Research Seminar (NRSE)


Nuremberg Research Seminar in Economics
Winter Term 2019/2020
Weekly on Wednesdays, 1.15 to 2.45 p.m.


Date Room Speaker
16 October 2019 No Seminar – Student Seminar Week
23 October 2019 0.423
Christos Kotsogiannis (University of Exeter)

Optimal VAT Threshold(s)

30 October 2019 0.423 Pietro Biroli (University of Zurich)

Genes, Pubs, and Drinks: Gene-environment interaction and alcohol licensing policy in the United Kingdom

6 November 2019 0.423 Dominika Langenmayr (University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)

“Trading Offshore: Evidence on Banks’ Tax Avoidance”

13 November 2019 0.423 Nadja Dwenger (University of Hohenheim)

“Shaming for Tax Enforcement: Evidence from a New Policy”

20 November 2019 4.154 Thomas Zwick (University of Würzburg)

“Employers appreciate influence on terminating employment of older workers”

27 November 2019 0.423 Markus Nagler (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)

“Disclosure and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from the Patent Depository Library Program”

4 December 2019 0.423
Christine Binzel (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)

“‘Vernacularization, the Protestant Reformation, and Development”

11 December 2019 4.154 Iris Kesternich (University of Leuven)

“Work Meaning and Labor Supply”

18 December 2019 0.423 Michael Krause (University of Köln)

“Cyclicality of Involuntary Part-Time Employment in Germany”

25 December 2019 No Seminar – Public Holiday
1 January 2020 No Seminar – Public Holiday
8 January 2020 0.423 Florian Huber (University of Salzburg)

Fast and Flexible Bayesian Inference in Time-varying Parameter Regression Models

15 January 2020 0.423 Sebastian Siegloch (University of Mannheim)

“Efficiency and Equity Effects of Place-Based Policies: Evidence from Capital Subsidies in East Germany”

22 January 2020 0.423 Lorenz Küng (University of Lugano)

“The Riskiness of Owning Versus Renting Housing”

29 January 2020 0.423 Peter Egger (ETH Zurich)

“The Economic Geography of Innovation”

5 February 2020 0.423 Carlos Carrillo-Tudela (University of Essex)

“Equilibrium Job Turnover and the Business Cycle”