Ph.D. Programme Quantitative Economics

Summer term 2008

Date Location Speaker Topic
07.04.2008 WSP1
R.401
Niels Vestergaard
University of Southern Denmark
Ecological Benchmarking to Explore Alternative Fishing Schemes:
The Danish Demersal Fishery in the North Sea
28.04.2008 WSP1
R.401
Keith Kuester
European Central Bank
The Role of Labor Markets for Euro Area Monetary Policy
05.05.2008 WSP1
R.401
Christoph Moser
Universität Mainz
International Competitiveness, Job Creation and Job Destruction
An Establishment Level Study of German Job Flows
09.05.2008
14:00 - 15:30
IfW
Lecture Hall
Ester Faia Optimal Monetary Policy with Labor Market Frictions:
Closed versus Open Economy Perspective
Paper I
Paper II
13.05.2008
14:00 - 15:30
IfW
Lecture Hall
Giulia Iori
City University London
Interbank Market and Systemic Risk
19.05.2008 WSP1
R.401
Anke Gerber
Universität Hamburg
Modelling Alpha-Opportunities Within the CAPM
26.05.2008 IfW
Lecture Hall
Andreas Waldkirch North-South Integration and the Location of Foreign Direct Investment
02.06.2008 WSP1
R.401
Peter P. Wakker
Erasmus University Rotterdam
An Efficient Way to Grade Students, to Measure Subjective Degress of Beliefs, and to Obtain Neuro-Imaging Data for Free, Based on Modern Theories of Risky Behavior
03.06.2008
14:00 - 15:30
IfW
Lecture Hall
Taisei Kaizoji
International Christian University, Japan
Bubble Set to Burst
16.06.2008 WSP1
R.401
Nuni Limao
Universtiy of Maryland
Policy Choice: Theory and Evidence from Commitment via International Trade Agreements
23.06.2008 WSP1
R.401
Michael Roos
Universität Dortmund
An Experimental Test on Forward-Looking Responses to Demand and Supply Shocks
26.06.2008 WSP7
R.414
Taras Bodnar
Europa-Universität Viadrina
Econometrical Analysis of the Sample Efficient Frontier
27.06.2008
15:00 - 16:30
WSP1
R.401
Matthias Keese
Ruhr Graduate School in Economics
Can governments boost voluntary retirement savings via tax incentives and subsidies?
A German case study for low-income households
30.06.2008 WSP1
R.401
Peter Debaere
University of Virginia
It Matters Where You Go:
Outward Foreign Direct Investment and Multinational Employment Growth at Home
08.07.2008 IfW
Lecture Hall
Volker Böhm
Universität Bielefeld
Sovereign Risk and Symmetry Breaking through Bond Market Integration
05.08.2008
14:30 - 16:00
IfW
Lecture Hall
Andrei Yakovlev
Higher School of Economics, Moscow
State-Business Relations and Improvement of Corporate Governance in Russia
28.08.2008
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30.08.2008
    Econophysics Colloquium 2008
01.09.2008
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03.09.2008
    International Conference
"Income Distribution and the Family"
25.09.2008 IfW Christina Pufu
University of Hamburg

Kyungsik Kim
Pukyong National University, South Corea
Mini-Colloquium on Applications of Statistical Physics in Financial Economics
Pufu: "Modelling Financial Prices by Means of a Multifractional Random Walk"
Kim: "Dynamical Mechanism of Two-Phase Phenomena in Financial Exchange Markets"

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