Ph.D. Programme Quantitative Economics

Summer term 2005

Date Location Speaker Topic
04.04.2005 WSP1
Thomas Brenner
Max-Planck-Institut Jena
Local Industrial Clusters - Theoretical Framework and Empirical Results
11.04.2005 WSP1
Andranik S. Tangian
An Econometric Decision Model for Equalizing Regional Unemployment in West and East Germany
25.04.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Mohammed Abdellaoui
Choice-Based Elicitation and Decomposition of Decision-Weights for Gains and Loses Under Uncertainty
02.05.2005 WSP1
Pao-Li Chang
Protection for Sale Under Monopolistic Competition:
An Empirical Investigation
03.05.2005 WSP1
Eckhard Platen
University of Technology Sydney
A Benchmark Approach to Finance
09.05.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Conchita D'Ambrosio
Università di Milano-Bicocca
Subjective Well-Being and Realtive Deprivation:
An Empirical Link
23.05.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Udo Kreickemeier
University of Nottingham
Fair Wages, Unemployment and Technological Change in a Global Economy
06.06.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Maik Heinemann
University of Lüneburg
Endogenous Redistributive Cycles - An Overlapping Generations Approach to Social Conflict and Cyclical Growth
13.06.2005 WSP1
Michael H. Birnbaum
California State University, Fullerton
New Paradoxes: Neither Version of Prospect Theory is an Accurate Descriptive Model of Risky Decision Making
14.06.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Edwin Lai
City University Hong Kong
International Protection of Intellectual Property:
An Empirical Investigation
20.06.2005 WSP1
Jacques Silber
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Multidimensional Approaches to Poverty Measurement:
An Empirical Analysis of Poverty in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, based on the European Panel
04.07.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Kai Carstensen
IfW Kiel
A model for real-time data assessment and forecasting
11.07.2005 WSP1
Harald Stahl
Deutsche Bundesbank
Inflation Persistence in German Manufacturing
11.08.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Holger Wolf
Georgetown University, Washington
Currency Boards - Costs and Benefits
15.08.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Steven Ongena
CentER Tilburg University
Financial Integration and Entrepreneural Activity:
Evidence from Foreign Bank Entry in Emerging Markets

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