Research Seminar (NRSE)


Nuremberg Research Seminar in Economics
Summer Term 2019
Weekly on Wednesdays, 1.15 to 2.45 p.m.


Date Room Speaker
24 April 2019 0.423 Libor Dusek (Charles University, Prague)

“Learning from Law Enforcement”

1 May 2019 No seminar – Public Holiday
08 May 2019 0.423 Arpad Abraham (European University Institute)

“Climbing the Wage Ladders: Determining the Sources of Idiosyncratic Wage Dynamics and Implications for Policy”

15 May 2019 4.154 Roland Hodler (University of St. Gallen)

“Religion and Terrorism: Evidence from Ramadan Fasting”

22 May 2019 0.423 Todd Sorensen (University of Nevada)

Monopsony Power and Guest Worker Programs

29 May 2019 0.423 Guido Ascari (University of Oxford)

Sticky prices and the transmission mechanism of monetary policy: A minimal test of New Keynesian models

05 June 2019 0.423 Kerstin Schneider (University of Wuppertal)

“Early detection of students at risk – Predicting student dropouts using administrative data and machine learning methods”

12 June 2019 No seminar – Student Seminar Week
19 June 2019 0.423 Hans-Theo Normann (University of Düsseldorf)

“The Effects of Private Damage Claims on Cartel Stability”

26 June 2019 0.423 Florian Huber (University of Salzburg)
03 July 2019 0.423 Reyn van Ewijk (University of Mainz)

“Are grandchildren good for you? The health effects of becoming a grandparent”

10 July 2019 0.423 Sebastian Findeisen (University of Mannheim)

Optimal Need-Based Financial Aid

17 July 2019 4.154 Nadja Dwenger (University of Hohenheim)

Shaming for Tax Enforcement: Evidence from a New Policy

24 July 2019 0.423 Fabian Winkler (Federal Reserve System)