Research Seminar (NRSE)


Nuremberg Research Seminar in Economics
Winter Term 2021/2022
Weekly on Wednesdays, 1.15 to 2.45 p.m. (planned hybrid)


This is the schedule for the Winter Term 2021/2022:


Date Zoom-Link/Room Speaker
27 October 2021 LG 4.154 Florian Szücs (WU Vienna)

„Environmental Policies and Directed Technological Change“  (joint with Klaus Gugler and Thomas Wiedenhofer)

3 November 2021
Zoom Joan Monràs (Barcelona School of Economics)

“Immigration and Spatial Equilibrium: the Role of Expenditures in the Country of Origin” (joint with Christoph Albert)

10 November 2021 Zoom Thiemo Fetzer (University of Warwick)

“How Big is the Media Multiplier? Evidence from Dyadic News Data” (joint with Timothy Besley and Hannes Mueller)

17 November 2021 LG 4.154 Petra Steinorth (University of Hamburg)

“How does multiplicative background risk affect risk taking? Theoretical predictions and experimental evidence” (joint with Sebastian Hinck and Richard Peter)

24 November 2021 Zoom Philip Jung (TU Dortmund)

“Optimal Regional Labor Market Policies” (joint with Philipp Korfmann and Edgar Preugschat)

1 December 2021 Zoom Ines Helm (LMU München)

“Displacement Effects in Manufacturing“ (joint with Alice Kuegler and Uta Schönberg)

8 December 2021
Zoom Peter Haan (DIW Berlin)

“Biased Wage Expectations and Female Labor Supply”

22 December 2021 Zoom Kamila Cygan-Rehm (LIfBi Bamberg)

“Lifetime consequences of lost instructional time in the  classroom: Evidence from shortened school years”


12 January 2022

Zoom Jan Nimczik (ESMT Berlin)

“Long-Run Economic Effects of Immigration in Post-WWII Germany” (joint with Antonio Ciccone)

19 January 2022 Zoom Felix König (Carnegie Mellon University)

“Willingness to Pay for Workplace Safety” (joint with Massimo Anelli)

26 January 2022 Zoom Tommaso Monacelli (SDA Bocconi)

“Bewley Banks” (joint with R. Jamilov)

2 February 2022 Zoom Alex Bryson (University College London)
9 February 2022 Zoom Paola Conconi (Université Libre de Bruxelles)