Brown Bag Seminar

Die Brown-Bag Seminare finden, wenn nicht anders vermerkt, während des Semesters am Mittwoch zwischen 12.00 und 13.00 Uhr im A222 Uni-S statt.

Kontakt

Termine

Datum Referent/in
Titel
18.12.2019
Konstantin Büchel / Daniel Steffen
University of Bern
Expanding School Time and the Value of Computer-Assisted Learning: Lessons from a Randomized Experiment in El Salvador
04.12.2019
Eva Zuberbühler
University of Bern
Procurement with a self-proclaimed expert
27.11.2019
Justine Falciola
University of Geneva

Robust statistics meets causal inference

20.11.2019
Christian Wipf
University of Bern
Banks and mortgages
13.11.2019
Armando Näf
University of Bern
The Effects of Firing Costs on Employment and Hours per Employee
06.11.2019
Jonas Meier
University of Bern
Physician Induced Demand and Financial Incentives - Evidence from a Natural Experiment
23.10.2019
Manuel Aepli
Eidg. Hochschulinstitut für
Berufsbildung
Open Labor Markets and Firms' Substitution between Training Apprentices and Hiring Workers
09.10.2019
Egemen Eren
Bank for International Settlements
Dominant Currency Debt
02.10.2019
Dawei Fang
University of Gothenburg
Does the cream rise to the top? Luck, talent, success, and merit
25.09.2019
Costanza Naguib
University of St Gallen
Black and White Earnings and Consumption Differentials in Life-Cycle Inequality
19.09.2019
Paul Mathieu
IMF Geneva
IMF Assessment of the Swiss Financial Sector
28.06.2019
Oleg Muratov
Pennsylvania State University
Entrepreneur-Investor Information Design
29.05.2019 Fabio Canetg
University of Bern
Monetary Policy in a New Era
15.05.2019 Severin Lenhard
University of Bern
Wasted Products -  The Effect of Disposal on Inventory under Uncertain Demand
08.05.2019
Anja Grujovic
Cemfi
Tasks, Cities and Urban Wage Premia
01.05.2019 Vasiliki Skreta
University of College London
Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment
29.04.2019
Monday
17.00 h
Corinne Dubois
Umiversity of Fribourg
Deposit Insurance and Financial Integration in the Eurozone: a DSGE Model
17.04.2019 Bettina Höchli
University of Bern
Spillover effects from a bike-to-work campaign
10.04.2019
Frank Pisch
Universität St. Gallen
Managing Global Firms: Theory and Evidence from Just-in-Time Supply Chains
27.03.2019 Fabio Canetg
University of Bern
Monetary Effects of Central Bank Debt
20.03.2019 Gala Sipos
University of Bern
A consumer theory of rational food waste
06.03.2019
Claudio Piga
Keele University
Linking Algorithms to Static and Dynamic pricing: theory and evidence
20.02.2019
13.30 Uhr
Florian Engl
University of Cologne
Coordinated Unethical Behavior and the Value of Disagreement

Important remark for PhD students:

The former PhD Workshop has been integrated into the Brown Bag seminar.
It is still possible to present fresh research ideas, unfinished working papers and conference preparations.
We encourage you to present your work at an early stage!

For information purposes, please indicate below the stage of your work, using the following enumeration:

  1. Research ideas (2 presentations per date possible, each 20 Minutes+Discussion)
  2. Unfinished working paper (some preliminary results, paper not written yet)
  3. Finished work - conference paper