Professur für Entwicklungsökonomik

Development Economics Seminar 2018/19

WiSe 2018/19 - Development Economics Seminar (Mondays, 16:00)


Date                 Room
Presenter
Title

October 8, 2018           Oec. 0.167
Prof. Dr. Juan Camilo
Chaparro
(EAFIT Colombia)
Measurement and analysis of skills in the Colombian labour market

October 15, 2018         Oec. 0.167



October 22, 2018         Oec. 0.167     
Matthias Beulmann
 (Uni Goettingen)

Robots and Mental Health of Workers
October 29, 2018         Oec. 0.167




November 5, 2018        Oec. 0.167

GLAD Seminar -
Prof. Dr. Andrew Seltzer
 (Royal Holloway
University of London)


Dr. Helge Liebert
 (University of St. Gallen)


The impact of female employment on male salaries and careers: evidence from the English banking industry, 1890–1941




November 12, 2018      Oec. 0.167

Dr. Felix Meier zu Selhausen (University of Sussex)


The Economics of Missionary Expansion: Evidence from Africa and Implications for Development

November 19, 2018   Oec.0.167


Juan Torres Munguía
(Uni Goettingen)




November 26, 2018      Oec. 0.167
GLAD Seminar -
Prof. Dr. Erik Plug
 (University of Amsterdam)




December 3, 2018       Oec. 0.167Marcello Perez (Uni Goettingen)


December 10, 2018     Oec. 0.167


GLAD Seminar - Prof. Dr. Manoel Bittencourt
(University of the Witwatersrand)     





December 17, 2018     Oec. 0.167
Yuanwei Xu (Uni Hannover)


Financial Stress Indexes Have Predictive Power

January 7, 2019          Oec 0.167

Dr. Theodore Alysandratos
(Lancaster  University)


Rice Farming and the Emergence of Cooperative Behavior

January 14, 2019        Oec. 0.167




January 21, 2019         Oec. 0.167


January 28, 2019         Oec. 0.167



February 18, 2019        Oec. 0.167





Daniel Cellis (Uni Goettingen)




Pooja Balasubramanian
 (Uni Goettingen)

GLAD Seminar - Prof. Dr. Mariapia Mendola (University of Milano Bicocca)

GLAD Seminar - Prof. Dr. Juan Pablo Rud (Royal Holloway, University of London)

The geographical origins of human preferences: Evidence from animal behavior