Ph.D. Programme Quantitative Economics

Winter term 2009/2010

Date Location Speaker Topic
26.10.2009 ZBW
Small Lecture Hall
Andreas Galka
Department of Neurology, CAU
Time Series Decomposition by State Space Modelling
02.11.2009 WSP1
R.401
Uri Ben Zion
Ben Gurion University, Isreal
Recalled Emotions and Risk Judgements:
Field Study of the 2006 Isreal-Lebanon War
16.11.2009 WSP1
R.401
Felix Hammermann
Deutsche Bundesbank
More or less aggressive?
Robust monetary policy in a New Keynesian model with financial distress
25.11.2009
17:00 - 18:30
Audimax G Wolfgang Franz Jahresgutachten 2009/2010 des Sachverständigenrates
30.11.2009 WSP1
R.401
Reiner Manstetten
Universität Heidelberg
Maßlose Bedürfnisse, knappe Ressourcen und das Problem der Gerechtigkeit. Zur Aktualität einiger Überlegungen in Platons "Statt"
14.12.2009 WSP1
R.401
Dan Van Soest
Tilburg University
t.b.a.
16.12.2009
18:00 - 19:30
Audimax H Martin Hellwig Erich-Schneider-Gedächtnisvorlesung
Konzeptionelle Defizite der Bankenregulierung als Bestimmungsfaktor in der Finanzkrise
12.01.2010
15.00 - 16.30
IfW
Lecture Hall
Balasz Torma
MTA SZTAKI
Computer and Automation Research Institute
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Economic Interpretation of GARCH Models:
An Agent-Based Simulation Study
12.01.2010 IfW
Lecture Hall
Friedrich Wagner
Kiel University
An Agent-Based Model of Multifractal Financial Volatility
18.01.2010 WSP1
R.401
Alexander Vogel
Forschungsdatenzentrum der Statistischen Landesämter, Kiel
Providing Access to Microdata of Official Statistics:
The Research Data Centers of the Federal Statistical Office and the Statistical Office of the Länder
25.01.2010 IfW
Lecture Hall
Ulrich Fritsche
Universität Hamburg
Adjustment in EMU: Is Convergence Assured?
01.02.2010 WSP1
R.401
Joachim Wagner
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Offshoring and Firm Performance:
Self-Selection, Effects on Performance, or Both?
08.02.2010 IfW
Lecture Hall
Jean Mercenier
Université de Paris II
A Simple Model of Offshore Outsourcing, Technology Upgrading and Welfare

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