cege - Centrum für Europa-, Governance- und Entwicklungsforschung

cege-Forschungskolloquium


Alle Vorträge sind öffentlich!

Mittwoch, 14.30 - 16.00 Uhr
Oeconomicum Raum 0.211, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3


  • Wintersemester 2018/19



    17. Oktober 2018
    Dr. Zheng Wang (De Montfort University Leicester)
    Blame the Foreigners? Trading Partner Demand Shocks and Sulphur Dioxide Emissions in China

    24. Oktober 2018
    Prof. Dr. Matthias Sutter (Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern)
    Field experimental evidence how to tackle asymmetric information on credence goods markets

    14. November 2018
    Prof. Dr. Urs Fischbacher (Universität Konstanz)
    Incentives for conformity and disconformity

    21. November 2018, room 6.101, Weender Landstr. 3
    Prof. Dr. Dr. Ulrich Berger (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien)
    Reputation and the evolution of trust

    28. November 2018
    Danilo Leiva-León, Ph.D. (Banco de España)
    Fluctuations in Global Macro Volatility

    5. Dezember 2018
    Dr. Kristina Czura (LMU München)
    Flexible Microcredit: Effects on Loan Repayment and Social Pressure

    12. Dezember 2018, room 6.101, Weender Landstr. 3
    Prof. Marie Claire Villeval, Ph.D. (National Center for Scientific Research)
    Do Fraud Deterrence Institutions Increase Intrinsic Honesty?

    19. Dezember 2018
    Prof. Peter Neary, Ph.D. (University of Oxford)
    The Science of International Trade and Competition

    9. Januar 2019
    Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter (Universität Zürich)
    TBA

    16. Januar 2019
    Prof. Dr. Alexander Kriwoluzky (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg)
    TBA

    23. Januar 2019
    Dr. Maik Schneider (University of Bath)
    TBA

    30. Januar 2019
    Prof. Pierre-Guillaume Méon, Ph.D. (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    TBA


  • Sommersemester 2018



    11. April 2018
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Trautmann (Universität Heidelberg)
    Implementing Fair Procedures?

    18. April 2018
    Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos Muñoz (EAFIT University)
    Fighting while 'talking': Assessing the impact of civil war on agriculture

    25. April 2018
    Prof. Dr. Conny Wunsch (Universität Basel)
    Does Voluntary Risk Taking Affect Solidarity? Experimental Evidence from Kenya

    2. Mai 2018
    Dr. Estrella Gómez Herrera (Joint Research Centre, European Commission)
    Reverse Auctions in Online Labour Markets: A Case Study

    9. Mai 2018
    Prof. Robert Sugden, Ph.D. (University of East Anglia)
    The Community of Advantage: A Behavioural Economist's Defence of the Market

    16. Mai 2018
    Prof. Panu Poutvaara, Ph.D. (ifo Institut)
    Redistributive Politics with Target-specific Beliefs

    23. Mai 2018
    Dr. Nadine Chlaß (Universität Jena)
    Giving in Dictator Games – Experimenter demand effect or preference over the rules of the game?

    30. Mai 2018
    Prof. Hale Utar, Ph.D. (Universität Bielefeld)
    “Firms and Labor in Times of Violence: Evidence from the Mexican Drug War

    6. Juni 2018(Vortragsraum, Paulinerkirche)
    Prof. Barry Bloom Ph.D. (Harvard University)
    Mobilizing international resources for health

    13. Juni 2018, VG 3.106
    Andreas Schaefer (University of Bath)
    The impact of green preferences on the relevance of history versus expectations

    20. Juni 2018
    Dr. Charity Gomo (Treasury South Africa)
    The Economic and Health Impact of a Tax on Sugar Sweetened Beverages in South Africa

    27. Juni 2018
    Prof. Dr. Nils Petter Lagerlöf (York University)
    Land Productivity and Statehood: The Surplus Theory Revisited

    4. Juli 2018
    Prof. Dr. Harald Tauchmann (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
    Health Shocks and Relationship Breakdown – Empirical Evidence from Germany

    11. Juli 2018
    Prof. Dr. Heiner Schumacher (KU Leuven)
    Measuring Indirect Effects of Unfair Employer Behavior on Worker Productivity – A Field Experiment


  • Wintersemester 2017/18



    18. Oktober 2017
    Prof. Dr. Marco M. Sorge (University of Salerno)
    Serving the (Un)Deserving? The Allocation of Credit in Markets with Asymmetrically Informed Lenders

    25. Oktober 2017
    Prof. Dr. Peter Sandholt Jensen. Ph.D. (University of Southern Denmark)
    Preaching Democracy

    1. November 2017
    Prof. Dr. Lore Vandewalle (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva)
    Access to formal banking and household finances: experimental evidence from India

    8. November 2017
    Prof. Dr. Hippolyte d’Albis (Paris School of Economics)
    Development, fertility and childbearing age: A unified growth theory

    15. November 2017, 12.30h, VG 3.107
    Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Wolf (Humboldt Universität Berlin)
    When and How did Globalisation begin? Evidence from the Opening of the Suez Canal

    22. November 2017
    Prof. Dr. Gregory Ponthiere (University of Paris-East)
    The domestic welfare loss of Syrian Civil War: An equivalent income approach

    29. November 2017
    Prof. Dr. Paolo Pertile (University of Verona)
    Strategic Interaction in Pharmaceutical Price Regulation and Innovation

    6. Dezember 2017
    Dr. Tommaso Ciarli (University of Sussex)
    The Local Labour Market Effects of R&D Growth

    13. Dezember 2017, 18h, ZHG 010
    Prof. Dr. Lars P. Feld (Universität Freiburg, Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung)
    Für eine zukunftsorientierte Wirtschaftspolitik

    20. Dezember 2017
    Dr. Volker Lindenthal (Universität Freiburg)
    Manager Quality and Firm Performance - Evidence from 'Aryanizations' in Nazi Germany

    10. Januar 2018
    Dr. Paolo Crosetto (INRA)
    Experimental advances in nutritional label research

    17. Januar 2018
    Dr. Hinnerk Gnutzmann (Uni Hannover)
    Can Regulation Improve Service Quality? Evidence from EU Passenger Rights

    24. Januar 2018
    Prof. Dr. Matthias Schündeln (Universität Frankfurt)
    The Evolution of Networks during the Development Process: Evidence from Rural Gambia

    31. Januar 2018
    Jun.-Prof. Dr. Luna Bellani (Universität Konstanz)
    Upward Income Mobility and Legislator Support for Education Policies


  • Sommersemester 2017



    12. April 2017
    Dr. Heike Hennig-Schmidt (Universität Bonn)
    Detecting dishonest behavior in medical decision-making: Evidence from a lab experiment on DRG upcoding in neonatology

    19. April 2017
    Dr. Laura Birg (Universität Göttingen)
    Reference Pricing and Parallel Imports

    26. April 2017
    Prof. Dr. Maurizio Iacopetta (SKEMA Business School)
    The Emergence of Money: A Dynamic Analysis

    3. Mai 2017
    Prof. Dr. David de la Croix (Université catholique de Louvain)
    Childbearing Postponement, its Option Value, and the Biological Clock

    10. Mai 2017
    Jun.-Prof. Dr. Björn Vollan (Philipps-Universität Marburg)
    Local Leaders and Pro-social Beliefs: The Effect of Becoming Elected

    17. Mai 2017
    Leander Heldring (University of Oxford)
    Violence and the State: Evidence from Rwanda's 'Decade of Atrocities

    24. Mai 2017
    Prof. Dr. Boris Hirsch (Universität Lüneburg)
    The urban wage premium in imperfect labour markets

    31. Mai 2017
    Prof. Dr. Thorvaldur Gylfason (University of Iceland)
    Diversification, Efficiency, and Economic Growth

    7. Juni 2017
    Prof. Dr. Aderonke Osikominu (Universität Hohenheim)
    Heterogeneous Effects of Secondary School Tracking Reform: A Disaggregated Synthetic Control Approach

    14. Juni 2017, abweichend in Oec 0.211
    Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm (Universität Passau)
    Demand for off-grid solar electricity ? Experimental evidence from Rwanda

    21. Juni 2017, abweichend in VG 3.108
    Prof. Dr. Maximilian Kasy (University Harvard)
    Identification of and correction for publication bias

    28. Juni 2017
    Dr. Marc Gronwald (University of Aberdeen)
    Explaining the EUA-CER Spread

    5. Juli 2017
    Prof. Dr. Florian Baumann (Universität Bonn)
    Injunctions against false advertising

    12. Juli 2017
    Prof. Dr. Josep-Maria Arauzo-Carod (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
    Location determinants of high-tech firms: a city approach


  • Wintersemester 2016/17



    19. Oktober 2016
    Prof. Dr. Fredrik Carlsson (University of Gothenburg)
    Long-run effects of family policies? An experimental study of the Chinese one-child policy on children's preferences when adult

    26. Oktober 2016
    Prof. Dr. Thomas Steger (Universität Leipzig)
    Das House-Kapital: A Long-Term Housing & Macro Model

    2. November 2016
    Prof. Dr. Christian Conrad (Universität Heidelberg)
    The uncertainty-adjusted consensus forecast

    9. November 2016
    Cheng Wang (Fudan University)
    China's Financial System in Equilibrium

    16. November 2016, abweichend um 17 Uhr
    Dr. Max Groneck (Stockholm School of Economics)
    You Better Get Married! Marital Status and Intra-Generational Redistribution of Social Security

    23. November 2016
    Dr. Wolfgang Lemke (EZB)
    Below the zero lower bound ? a shadow-rate term structure model for the euro area

    30. November 2016
    Prof. Dr. Martin Kocher (Universität München)
    I Lie? We Lie! Why? Experimental Evidence on a Dishonesty Shift in Groups

    7. Dezember 2016
    Dr. Subhasish Chowdhury (University of East Anglia)
    Focality and Asymmetry in Multi-Battle Contests

    14. Dezember 2016, abweichend in Raum VG 2.104
    Prof. Dr. Johannes Pfeifer (Universität Mannheim)
    Uncertainty-driven business cycles: assessing the markup channel

    20. Dezember 2016, abweichend um 14h in Raum ZHG 002
    Prof Dr. Isabel Schnabel (Universität Bonn)
    Europäisches Bankensystem weiterhin instabil, Reformen müssen

    21. Dezember 2016
    Dr. Johannes Paha (Universität Gießen)
    Partial cross ownership and collusion

    11. Januar 2017
    Prof. Dr. Tino Berger (Universität Göttingen)
    What has caused global business cycle decoupling: Smaller shocks or reduced sensitivity?

    18. Januar 2017
    Prof. Dr. Erik Hornung (Universität Bayreuth)
    Bismarck's Health Insurance and the Mortality Decline

    25. Januar 2017
    Dr. Bettina Siflinger (Universität Mannheim)
    The Effects of Public Day Care on Health during Childhood - Evidence by Age

    1. Februar 2017
    Lars Lønstrup , Ph.D.(University of Southern Denmark)
    Bequests, Books and Births: Towards a Unifying Theory of Fertility


  • Sommersemester 2016



    13. April 2016 (abweichend in Raum 0.211)
    Prof. Dr. Ralf Dewenter (Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg)
    "Informationsasymmetrien im Tankstellenmarkt"

    20. April 2016
    Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Normann (Universität Düsseldorf)
    "Collusion and Bargaining in Asymmetric Cournot Duopoly - An Experiment"

    18. Mai 2016
    Prof. Dr. Gerhadt Glomm (Indiana University Bloomington)
    "Fiscal Policy and the Growth-Inequality in a Small Open Economy"

    25. Mai 2016
    Prof. Dr. Jens Wrona (Universität Düsseldorf)
    "Industrialisation and the Big Push in a Global Economy"

    1. Juni 2016
    Prof. Dr. Kerstin Bernoth (DIW Berlin)
    "Monetary Policy and Asset Pricing"

    15. Juni 2016
    Namrita Singh, Ph.D. (John Hopkins University)
    "Recovery after Conflict: Lessons Learnt in Developing a Mental Health Intervention with War-Affected Persons in Ukraine"

    29. Juni 2016
    Prof. Dr. Carsten Burhop (Universität Wien)
    "The Berlin Stock Exchange and the Geography of German Stock Markets in 1913"

    6. Juli 2016
    Prof. Dr. Marcel Smolka (Aarhus University)
    "Firm Exports, Foreign Ownership, and the Global Financial Crisis"


  • Wintersemester 2015/16



    28. Oktober 2015
    Prof. Dr. Yaniv Reingewertz (University of Haifa)
    "Corporate Tax Shocks as Drivers of Vertical Tax Externalities: Evidence from Narrative Federal Tax Shocks"

    25. November 2015
    Philippe Van Kerm, Ph.D. (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research)
    "Assortative Mating, Joint Labour Supply and Spouses Earnings Correlation: Which do Matter for Long-Term Trends in US Household Earnings Inequality?"

    16. Dezember 2015
    Dr. Eckhard Wurzel (OECD)
    "European Banking Union: Curbing the Systemic Fiscal Tail Risk"

    6. Januar 2016
    Prof. Dr. Reyn van Ewijk (Universität Mainz)
    "The Long Aftermath of World War II across Europe: Early Life Effects on Health at Old Age"

    13. Januar 2016
    Prof. Dr. Davide Dragone (University of Bologna)
    "Non-Separable Time Preferences, Novelty Consumption, and Body Weight: Evidence from the East German Transition to Capitalism"

    20. Januar 2016
    Prof. Casper Worm Hansen, Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen)
    "Shaking up the Equilibrium: Natural Disasters, Economic Activity, and Immigration"

    27. Januar 2016, abweichend in ZHG 008
    Prof. Volker Wieland, Ph.D. (Universität Frankfurt)
    Vorstellung des Jahresgutachten des Sachverständigenrats zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung

    3. Februar 2016
    Prof. Dr. Ingrid Ott (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)
    "Public Policies, Growth, and Agglomeration"


  • Sommersemester 2015



    15. April 2015
    Prof. Dr. Jan Schnellenbach (Technische Universität Cottbus)
    "A Constitutional Economics Perspective on Soft Paternalism"

    29. April 2015
    Prof. Dr. David Masclet (Université de Rennes 1)
    "Embezzlement: Does Transparency of Information Matter? An Experiment in
    Tanzania"


    20. Mai 2015
    Prof. Dr. Marcel Smolka (Aarhus University)
    "Firm Exports, Foreign Ownership, and the Global Financial Crisis"

    3. Juni 2015
    Prof. Dr. Israel Waichman (Universität Heidelberg)
    "Governing the Social Dilemma: Cooperation under a Delay in Punishment"

    10. Juni 2015
    Prof. Dr. Klaus Prettner (Technische Universität Wien)
    "Status Concerns and R&D-Based Economic Growth"

    17. Juni 2015
    Prof. Gabriel Abend, Ph.D. (New York University)
    "What Moral Psychology and Neuroscience Don?t Say about Morality"

    24. Juni 2015
    Prof. Gary Bolton, Ph.D. (University of Texas at Dallas)
    "Inflated Reputations: Leniency and Moral Wiggle Room in Trader Feedback Systems"

    30. Juni 2015, 16.00-17.30h, Raum Oec. 0.211
    Prof. Dr. Laurent Simula (Universität Uppsala)
    "Marginal deadweight loss with nonlinear budget sets"

    8. Juli 2015
    Prof. Rohini Somanathan, Ph.D. (Delhi School of Economics)
    "Community Contracts: An Experimental Investigation of Rule Formation in Indian
    Villages"


  • Wintersemester 2014/15



    22. Oktober 2014
    Prof. Shamika Ravi, Ph.D. (Indian School of Business)
    "Why so Few Women in Politics? Evidence from India"

    12. November 2014
    Prof. Dr. Sanne Hiller (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
    "Exporting and the Transmission of Risk"

    17. Dezember 2014
    Prof. Jennifer Jennings, Ph.D. (New York University)
    "School Choice, Information, and Inequality"

    7. Januar 2015
    Dr. Christian Waibel (ETH Zürich)
    "Second Opinions in Markets for Expert Services: Experimental Evidence"

    14. Januar 2015
    Prof. Thorvaldur Gylfason, Ph.D. (University of Iceland)
    "Iceland: How Could This Happen?"

    21. Januar 2015
    Ronny Freier, Ph.D. (DIW Berlin)
    "Overlapping political budget cycles: Evidence from Germany"

    28. Januar 2015, ZHG006, 18:00 Uhr
    Prof. Dr. Lars P. Feld (Walter Eucken Institut)
    Mehr Vertrauen in Marktprozesse. Das Jahresgutachten 2014/15 des Sachverständigenrates zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung

    4. Februar 2015
    Dr. Daniel F. Heuermann (Universität Regensburg)
    "Evaluating Active Labor Market Policies using a Spatial Regression Discontinuity Design"


  • Sommersemester 2014



    30. April 2014
    Dr. Paolo Crosetto (INRA-GAEL)
    "Rethinking risk elicitation - the role of the task, gender, probabilities and certain outcomes"

    14. Mai 2014
    Prof. Dr. Lars-Erik Borge (NTNU Trondheim)
    "Fiscal adjustment and balanced-budget-rules: Evidence from a Norwegian reform"

    21. Mai 2014
    Prof. Dr. Thierry Warin (HEC Montreal )
    "The Endogenous Optimum Currency Area Theory in light of the European Sovereign Debt Crisis "

    28. Mai 2014
    Dr. Matthias Raddant (Universität Kiel)
    "Structure and stability in the Italian interbank loan market"

    4. Juni 2014
    Prof. Dr. Andreas Schmid (Universität Bayreuth)
    "You can't always get what you want - East and West Germans' attitudes and preferences regarding the welfare state"

    18. Juni 2014
    Prof. Dr. Niklas Potrafke (ifo Institut)
    "Does the field of study influence students' political attitudes?"“

    2. Juli 2014
    Prof. Santosh Kumar, Ph.D. (Sam Houston State University)
    "Barker's Revisited: The Case of Rainfall Shocks in India"

    9. Juli 2014
    Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Bertola (EDHEC Business School)
    "Labor Market Policy and European Crises"

    16. Juli 2014
    Prof. Emily Shafer, Ph.D. (Portland State University)
    "Child gender and breastfeeding in the United States"


  • Wintersemester 2013/14



    27. November 2013
    Prof. Dr. Jan-Otmar Hesse (Universität Bielefeld)
    „Entrepreneurial Spirit oder Prekariat? Selbständigkeit im 20. Jahrhundert“

    4. Dezember 2013
    Prof. Dr. Maik Wolters (Universität Kiel)
    „The Macroeconomic Effects of Fiscal Consolidation“

    18. Dezember 2013
    Dr. Kenneth Harttgen (ETH Zürich)
    „Desired Fertility and Children Born Across Time and Space“

    8. Januar 2014
    Prof. Horst Raff, Ph.D. (Universität Kiel)
    „Inventories and Volatility in International Trade: The Role of Export and Import Wholesalers“

    15. Januar 2014
    Prof. Dr. Dick Durevall (University of Gothenburg)
    „Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa“

    22. Januar 2014
    Prof. Dr. Antonios Georgopoulos (University of Patras)
    „Der Investitions- und Entwicklungspfad der griechischen Volkswirtschaft im Verlauf des europäischen Integrationsprozesses“

    29. Januar 2014
    Prof. Dr. Ivo Bischoff (Universität Kassel)
    „Citizens' Preferences for Intermunicipal Cooperation - an Empirical Analysis for 3 Hessian Counties“

    5. Februar 2014
    Dr. Henning Weber (Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel)
    „Will versus Skill: The ECB's Reference Value for Money Growth“


  • Sommersemester 2013



    17. April 2013
    Prof. Dr. Zohal Hessami (Universität Konstanz)
    „Academic Performance and Single-Sex Schooling: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Switzerland“

    Sondertermin: Dienstag, 23. April 2013, 18:00 - 19:30 Uhr, Raum Oec 1.163
    Prof. Ejan Mackaay, LL.D. (Université de Montreal)
    „If L&E is about impacts, what‘s its place in civil law reasoning?“

    24. April 2013
    Prof. Dr. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger (Universität Graz)
    „Experimental Studies on Managerial Reporting“

    8. Mai 2013
    Prof. Dr. Dorothea Kübler (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin)
    „Privacy Concerns and Unraveling in a Lemons Market: An Experiment“

    15. Mai 2013
    Prof. Dr. Christian Zehnder (Université Lausanne)
    „Delegating Responsibility to the Market: How Competition Alters Fairness Perceptions“

    22. Mai 2013
    Prof. Dr. Annika Herr (Universität Düsseldorf)
    „Pharmaceutical Prices under Regulation: Tiered Copayments and Reference Pricing in Germany“

    12. Juni 2013
    Prof. Dr. Volker Grossmann (Université Fribourg)
    „Migration, Capital Formation, and House Prices“

    3. Juli 2013
    Prof. Dr. Uwe Sunde (Universität München)
    „Geography, Epidemic Diseases, and Civil Conflict“

    10. Juli 2013
    Prof. Jennifer Jennings, Ph.D. (New York University)
    „The Summer Drug Holiday: Medical Adaptation to Academic Pressure and Psychiatric Financial Incentives“


  • Wintersemester 2012/13



    24. Oktober 2012
    Dr. Christoph Moser (ETH Zürich)
    „The Value of the Revolving Door: Political Appointees and the Stock Market“

    31. Oktober 2012
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt (Universität Hamburg)
    „Die Rolle der Verfassung bei der Verhinderung von Militärcoups“

    14. November 2012
    Prof. Ron Davies, Ph.D. (University College Dublin)
    „Greenfield FDI and Skill Upgrading“

    21. November 2012
    Dr. Moritz Kraemer (Standard & Poors)
    „Theorie und Praxis von Sovereign Ratings am Beispiel der Eurozone“

    5. Dezember 2012
    Dr. Irina Suleymanova (Universität Düsseldorf)
    „Targeted Pricing and Customer Data Sharing Among Rivals“

    16. Januar 2013
    Prof. Dr. André Schmidt (Universität Witten-Herdecke)
    „Dienstleistungslücke als Wettbewerbsvorteil? Eine Analyse des strukturellen Wandels der deutschen Volkswirtschaft“

    23. Januar 2013
    Prof. Dr. Ansgar Belke (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
    „Exchange Rate Bands of Inaction and Play-Hysteresis in German Exports“

    6. Februar 2013
    Prof. Dr. Dieter Balkenborg (University of Exeter)
    „An Undominated Mechanism for a Class of Informed Principal Problems with Common Values“


  • Sommersemester 2012



    18. April 2012
    PD Dr. Björn Kuchinke (Universität Göttingen)
    „Hospital Competition: New Evidence from Germany. ”

    25. April 2012
    Prof. Dr. Gernot Sieg (Technische Universität Braunschweig)
    „Wohlfahrtseffekte von öffentlichen Vollprogramm-Sendern in werbefinanzierten Fernsehmärkten.”

    09. Mai 2012
    Prof. em. Dr. Peter Zweifel (Universität Zürich)
    „Is the Welfare State Sustainable? Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment.”

    23. Mai 2012
    Prof. Dr. Tessa Bold (Universität Frankfurt am Main)
    „Scaling-up Proven Education Interventions: Evidence from an RCT in Kenya.”

    13. Juni 2012
    Prof. Dr. Isabel Günther (Technische Hochschule Zürich)
    „Risk Aversion in Private and Public Goods. What can we learn from field experiments in developing countries?”

    20. Juni 2012
    Prof. Pierangelo Isernia, Ph.D. (University of Siena)
    „Revealing Preferences: Does Deliberation Increase Ideological Awareness Among the Less Sophisticated Public?”

    04. Juli 2012
    Prof. Barry Sopher, Ph.D. (University of New Jersey )
    „Social and Economic Dimensions of Climate Change: Endogenous Risk and Distributive Justice in Threshold Public Goods and Common Pool Resource Games.”


  • Wintersemester 2011/12



    26. Oktober 2011
    Prof. Mark J. McCabe, Ph.D. (University of Michigan, USA)
    "Did Online Access to Journals Change the Economics Literature?"

    23. November 2011
    Prof. Dr. Bart Los (University of Groningen, Niederlande)
    “Slicing Up Global Value Chains: An Introduction to the WIOD Database.”

    07. Dezember 2011
    Prof. Michael C. Burda, Ph.D. (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)
    “Payroll Taxes, Social Insurance and Business Cycles.”

    14. Dezember 2011
    Prof. Dr. Mark Spoerer (Universität Regensburg)
    “Die Gemeinsame Agrarpolitik der EWG 1962-1992: Wohlfahrtspolitik oder Rent-Seeking?”

    11. Januar 2012
    Prof. Dr. Lars P. Feld (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
    “Die deutsche Wirtschaft im Angesicht der EU-Schuldenkrise"

    25. Januar 2012
    Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap (DICE, Universität Düsseldorf)
    “Wettbewerb und Innovation”

    01. Februar 2012
    Prof. Dr. Jesús Crespo-Cuaresma (Vienna University of Economics and Business, Österreich)
    “The Drivers of Deforestation: Evidence From a New Dataset.”

    08. Februar 2012
    Prof. Charles Noussair, Ph.D. (Tilburg University, Niederlande)
    "A laboratory experiment on bubbles and crashes."


  • Sommersemester 2011



    13. April 2011
    Prof. Subhasish Modak Chowdhury, Ph.D. (University of East Anglia)
    "Overbidding and Overspreading in Contests"
    Dieser Vortrag beginnt um 17.30 Uhr !

    20. April 2011
    Prof. Jan van Hove, Ph.D. (K.U. Leuven)
    “Variety and Quality in Exports by Multi-product Firms”

    27. April 2011
    Prof. Dr. Carl Christian von Weizsäcker (MPI Research of Collective Goods)
    “Welfare Economics with adaptive Preferences – a Progress Report”

    11. Mai 2011
    Prof. Andrew Clark, Ph.D. (Paris School of Economics)
    “Winning Big but Feeling No Better? The Effect of Lottery Prizes on Physical and Mental Health Preferences over Pay Profiles: Evidence from a High-Quit Industry”

    25. Mai 2011
    Prof. Paolo Guerrieri, Ph.D. (Università di Roma)
    “Service Integration and potential Economic Growth in Europe "

    01. Juni 2011
    Dr. Felix Roth (Centre for European Policy Studies, Brüssel)
    “Does Intangible Capital affect Economic Growth?”

    08. Juni 2011
    Prof. Susumu Shikano, Ph.D. (Universität Konstanz)
    “Policy or Office? An Empirical Estimate of Partys' Utility Function based on Coalition”

    Sondertermin:
    23. Juni 2011, 14.00 – 15.30 Uhr, ZHG 003
    Prof. Eric Neumayer, Ph.D. (London School of Economics)
    “Conditional Spatial Policy Dependence: A Theoretical and Methodological Guide“

    06. Juli 2011
    Prof. Dr. Matthias Wrede (Universität Erlangen)
    Geänderter Titel: "Unemployment, Commuting, and Search Intensity"


  • Wintersemester 2010/11



    27. Oktober 2010
    Prof. em. Dr. Fritz Breuss (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien)
    „Structural Funds, EU Enlargement, and the Redistribution of FDI in Europe“

    03. November 2010
    Prof. Dr. Joachim Wagner (Universität Lüneburg)
    „From estimation results to stylized facts: Twelve recommendations for empirical research in international activities of heterogeneous firms“

    17. November 2010
    Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl (Universität Leipzig)
    „Real Convergence, Capital Flows, and Competitiveness in Central and Eastern Europe“

    01. Dezember 2010
    Prof. Dr. Peter Egger (ETH Zürich)
    „The Trade Effects of Endogenous Preferential Trade Agreements“

    08. Dezember 2010
    Dr. Florian Ploeckl (University of Oxford)
    „Borders, Market Access and Urban Growth; the case of Saxon Towns and the Zollverein“

    15. Dezember 2010
    Prof. Eric Dickson, Ph.D. (New York University)
    „Identities and the Legitimacy of Political Leadership: An Experiment“

    12. Januar 2011
    Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, PhD (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
    „Preferences for Democracy and State Intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa“

    26. Januar 2011
    Prof. Dr. Werner Güth (Max Planck Institut für Ökonomik)
    Prof. Dr. Hartmut Kliemt (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management)
    „Homo Oeconomicus in Philosophy and Economics: Puppet on behavioral strings or free actor?“

    02. Februar 2011
    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Eggert (Universität Freiburg)
    „A Dynamic Model of Conflict and Cooperation“

    09. Februar 2011
    Dr. Stefan Palan (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz)
    „To See is to Believe - Common Expectations of Rationality in Experimental Asset Markets“


  • Sommersemester 2010



    15. April 2010
    Prof. Ronald B. Davies, Ph.D. (University College Dublin, Irland)
    „Tariffs vs. VAT in the Presence of Informal Firms”

    29. April 2010
    Prof. Arye L. Hillman, Ph.D. (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
    „Expressive behavior in economics and politics”

    20. Mai 2010
    Prof. Dr. Siegfried Berninghaus (Universität Karlsruhe)
    „Cooperation and Forward-Looking Behavior in Hawk-Dove Games in Endogenous Networks: Experimental Evidence”

    27. Mai 2010
    Prof. Panu Poutvaara, Ph.D. (University of Helsinki, Finnland)
    „Self-Selection, Earnings and Motivations of Emigrants from a Welfare State”

    17. Juni 2010
    Prof. Holger Görg, Ph.D. (Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel)
    „Greasing the Wheels of International Commerce: How Services Facilitate Firms’ International Sourcing”

    01. Juli 2010
    Prof. James Vreeland, Ph.D. (Georgetown University Washington D.C., USA)
    „Participatory Decision Making: A Field Experiment on Manipulating the Votes“

    08. Juli 2010
    Prof. Dennis Quinn, Ph.D. (Georgetown University Washington D.C., USA)
    „The Influences of Capital Account Liberalization on Democratization: The Economic Growth Channel”


  • Wintersemester 2009/10



    29. Oktober 2009
    Prof. Dr. Laszlo Goerke (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen)
    „An Economic Analysis of Dismissal Legislation: Determinants of Severance Pay in West Germany”

    05. November 2009
    Dr. Alexandros Mourmouras (International Monetary Fund, USA)
    „IFI signaling”

    03. Dezember 2009 » 15:00 – 16:30 Uhr
    PD Dr. Carsten Burhop (MPI zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern, Bonn)
    „The historical market for technology licenses in Imperial Germany”

    17. Dezember 2009
    Prof. Dr. Jakob de Haan (University of Groningen, Niederlande)
    „Does the Public understand the ECB? A Survey for the Netherlands”

    07. Januar 2010
    Prof. Sascha O. Becker, Ph.D. (University of Stirling, Großbritannien)
    „Going NUTS: The Effect of EU Structural Funds on Regional Performance”

    21. Januar 2010
    Prof. Dr. Thomas Bernauer (ETH Zürich, Schweiz)
    „A Comparison of International and Domestic Sources of Global Governance Dynamics”

    04. Februar 2010
    Prof. Dr. Christoph M. Schmidt (RWI, Essen)
    „Deutschland nach der Krise? Herausforderungen und Aussichten”
    Achtung: Diese Veranstaltung findet im ZHG 102 statt!


  • Sommersemester 2009



    16. April 2009
    Kirsten Lommatzsch (Deutsche Bundesbank)
    „Determinanten des Inflationsprozesses in den neuen Mitgliedsländern der EU”

    23. April 2009
    Dr. Nikolaus Wolf (University of Warwick)
    „Endogenous Borders? Exploring a Natural Experiment on Border Effects”

    07. Mai 2009
    Prof. Dr. Evelyn Korn (Philipps-Universität Marburg)
    „The Economics of Discrimination Revisited”

    14. Mai 2009
    Prof. Jeffrey Williamson, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin (Madison))
    „Trade and Poverty: When the Third World Fell Behind.”
    (Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit dem Ibero-Amerika Institut für Wirtschafts-forschung)

    28. Mai 2009

    Prof. Dr. Marc Willinger (Université de Montpellier I)

    „Income redistribution and public good provision: an experiment



    25. Juni 2009
    Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Bruno S. Frey (Universität Zürich)
    „Menschliches Verhalten in extremen Situationen: der Untergang der Titanic“
    (Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit der Forschergruppe ‚Cultural Property Rights’)

    09. Juli 2009
    Prof. Dr. Frans van Winden (University of Amsterdam)
    „On the Nature, Modeling and Neural Bases of Social Ties”
    (Vortrag im Rahmen der feierlichen Eröffnung des „Göttingen Laboratory of Behavioral Economics” an der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät)


  • Wintersemester 2008/09



    16. Oktober 2008
    Matthias Stürmer (ETH Zürich)
    „Incentives and costs in implementing Private – Collective Innovation: A case study”

    23. Oktober 2008
    Prof. Dr. Matthias Blonski (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)
    „Excess Returns of Companies with a Distinguished Player”

    30. Oktober 2008
    Prof. Dr. Hans Fehr (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
    „Private Retirement Savings in Germany: The Structure of Tax Incentives and Annuitization”

    6. November 2008
    MComm (Economics) Dieter Von Fintel (University of Stellenbosch, Südafrika)
    „Inequality in a pre-industrial society: evidence from early Cape Colony tax records”

    13. November 2008
    Dr. Melanie Arntz (Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung Mannheim)
    „Reforming Consumer Directed Care in Germany: A Woodwork Effect?”

    4. Dezember 2008
    Dr. Heike Hennig-Schmidt (BonnEconLab, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn)
    „Physicans' Provision Behavior under Different Payment Systems – An Experimental Investigation“

    8. Januar 2009
    Prof. Lars-Erik Borge (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
    „Local adjustment to temporary matching grant programs: A dynamic analysis”


  • Sommersemester 2008



    17. April 2008
    Associate-Professor Conchita D’Ambrosio (Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italien)
    „Poverty and Time”

    24. April 2008
    Prof. Dr. Eskil Wadensjö (Stockholm University, Schweden)
    „The impact of immigration on election outcomes in Danish municipalities”

    8. Mai 2008
    Prof. Robert Bennett (University of Cambridge, Großbritannien)
    „Chambers of commerce in a voluntary system: historical forces and modern challenges”

    15. Mai 2008
    Prof. Dr. Oded Stark (Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Österreich)
    „Casting migration of human capital from a developing country as a policy tool for enhancing human capital formation and raising welfare within the developing country”

    29. Mai 2008
    Prof. Panu Poutvaara (University of Helsinki, Finnland)
    „Returning Home to go to School? Emigration and Return Migration of Families with Children”

    5. Juni 2008
    Dr. Paula Lorgelly (University of Glasgow, Großbritannien)
    „Operationalising Sen's Capability Approach: An application in public health”

    3. Juli 2008
    Associate-Professor Jakob Roland Munch (University of Copenhagen, Dänemark)
    „Do Immigrants Affect Firm-Specific Wages”

    17. Juli 2008
    Dr. Thomas Siedler (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Berlin)
    „Right-Wing Extremist Attitudes: Intergenerational Transmission and Socioeconomic Channels”


  • Wintersemester 2007/08



    25. Oktober 2007
    Dr. Makram El-Shagi (Universität Mannheim)
    „Korruption, Institutionen und Einkommensniveau“

    08. November 2007
    Prof. Dr. Rolf Langhammer (Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel)
    „Lateinamerikas Stellung in globalen Märkten: Defizite, Chancen und
    Anforderungen an die Wirtschaftspolitik“

    (Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit dem Ibero - Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung)

    Zum Vortrag von Prof. Rolf Langhammer, Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel, am 8. November 2007 im Rahmen des cege-Forschungskolloquiums finden Sie hier eine Kurzfassung sowie Fotos.



    15. November 2007
    Prof. Dr. Rainer Klump (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main)
    „Unwrapping the European growth puzzle: Factor substitution, productivity and unemployment”

    22. November 2007
    Prof. Servaas Van der Berg, Ph.D. (Stellenbosch University, Südafrika)
    „Equity and efficiency in education: An application to post-apartheid South Africa”

    20. Dezember 2007
    Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm (Institute of Social Studies, Den Haag, Niederlande)
    „Geography vs. Institutions at the Village Level”

    10. Januar 2008
    Prof. Dr. Simon Gächter (University of Nottingham, Großbritannien)
    „Performance Incentives and the Dynamics of Voluntary Cooperation”

    24. Januar 2008
    Prof. Dr. Mathias Erlei (Technische Universität Clausthal-Zellerfeld)
    „Endogene Verfügungsrechte in einem Hold-up-Experiment“


  • Sommersemester 2007



    03. Mai 2007
    Prof. Andy McKay, Ph.D. (University of Sussex, Großbritannien)
    “Poverty in Nigeria: returns to education and public sector employment”

    10. Mai 2007
    Dr. Michael Fertig (Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung)
    “Labor Market Performance of Immigrants in Germany Revisited: The Importance of Omitted Variable and Attrition Bias”

    31. Mai 2007
    Nicholas J. Horsewood (University of Birmingham, Großbritannien)
    “Trade and corruption: The entry of Bulgaria and Romania into the EU”

    14. Juni 2007
    Prof. Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso, Ph.D. (Universitat Jaume I, Spanien / Universität Göttingen)
    “Institutional Quality, Trade and Productivity: Issues and Evidence”

    28. Juni 2007
    Prof. Holger Goerg, Ph.D. (University of Nottingham, Großbritannien)
    “International services outsourcing and innovation: An empirical investigation”

    05. Juli 2007
    M.Sc. Agrarwiss. Sebastian Heß (Universität Göttingen)
    “Simulierte Wohlfahrtseffekte der WTO 'Doha' Runde im Lichte einer Meta-Analyse“

    20. Juli 2007
    Prof. Dr. Joachim Winter (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
    “Medicare Part D: The demand for a new public health insurance program”


  • Wintersemester 2006/07



    26. Oktober 2006
    Prof. Dr. Eskil Wadensjö (Stockholm University, Schweden)
    “Freedom of Movement for Workers from Central and Eastern Europe. The Swedish Experiences”

    09. November 2006
    Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Bruno S. Frey (Universität Zürich)
    “Glücksforschung: Eine Revolution in der Ökonomie”

    16. November 2006
    Prof. Dr. Johann Graf Lambsdorff (Universität Passau)
    “Bekämpfung der Korruption durch asymmetrische Sanktionen”

    23. November 2006
    Prof. Dr. Berthold Wigger (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
    “Wohltätigkeit und der strategische Konflikt zwischen Gebern und Nehmern”

    07. Dezember 2006
    Dr. Tilman Brück (Abteilung Weltwirtschaft, DIW Berlin)
    “On the Welfare Effects of Working in Agriculture in Mozambique”

    14. Dezember 2006
    Prof. Dr. Peter Anker (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
    “The Problem of Future Interest Rates in Central Bank Forecasts“

    11. Januar 2007
    Prof. Dr. Lars P. Feld (Philipps-Universität Marburg)
    “Power over Prosecutors Corrupts Politicians: Cross Country Evidence Using a New Indicator”

    01. Februar 2007
    Prof. Dr. Eckhard Janeba (Universität Mannheim)
    “Exports, Unemployment and the Welfare State”


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