Ph.D. Programme Quantitative Economics

Summer term 2006

Date Location Speaker Topic
13:30 - 15:00
Lecture Hall
Ruud de Mooij
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Reinventing the Welfare State
03.04.2006 WSP1
Andy Tremayne
University of Sydney
Integer Autoregression:
Higher Order Models, Overdispersion and Applications
10.04.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Veronika Grimm
Universität Köln
Capacity Choice under Uncertainty:
The Impact of Market Structure
24.04.2006 WSP1
Steven Brakman
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Looking for Multiple Equilibria when Geography Matters:
German City Growth and the WWII Shock

Putting New Econmic Geograph
02.05.2006 WSP1
Karl Mosler
Universität Köln
Attenuation of Relative Poverty by Taxes and Subsidies
08.05.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Erik T. Verhoef
Free University Amsterdam
Second-best Road Pricing through Highway Franchising
15.05.2006 Audimax E Damien Challet
Nomura Center for Quantitative Finance
Mathematical Instiute
Mathematical Methods for Complex Heterogeneity:
Minority Game and Beyond
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Hall
Schlomo Staszewksi
Tessa Lennemann
Universität Frankfurt am Main
The WHO Strategy Against HIV/AIDS in Africa: A Critique
17:00 - 18:30
Jose Roberto Iglesias Inequalities and Wealth Distribution in Simple Models of Artificial Societies
20.05.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Emily Blanchard
University of Virginia
Reevaluating the Role of Trade Agreements:
Does Investment Globalization Make the WTO Obsolete?
29.05.2006 WSP1
Maria Abreu
University of Cambridge
Spatial Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment
12.06.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Pavlo Blavatsky
Universität Zürich
19.06.2006 WSP1
Mark Bowden
University of Queensland
The Effect of Social Interaction and Herd Behaviour on Agent Expectations
20.06.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Andrea Pescatori Incomplete Markets, Idiosynchratic Shocks and Optimal Monetary Policy
26.06.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Jacques Silber
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
The Order of Acquisition of Durable Goods and the Measurement of Multidimensional Poverty
03.07.2006 WSP1
Frank Stähler
University of Otago
Partial Ownership and Cross-Border Mergers
10.07.2006 IfW
Lecture Hall
Falko Jüßen
Universität Dortmund
Neighborhood Bias, Commuter Flows, and Incomplete Capital Market Risk Sharing among US Federal States
17.07.2006 WSP1
Söhnke Bartram Resolving the Exposure Puzzle:
The Many Facets of Foreign Exchange Rate Exposure

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