Ph.D. Programme Quantitative Economics

Winter term 2004/2005

Date Location Speaker Topic
25.10.2004 WSP
R.401
Peter Egger
Universität Innsbruck
t.b.a.
10.11.2004 IfW
Lecture Hall
David Goldbaum
Rutgers University Newark
On the Possibility of Informationally Efficient Markets
15.11.2004 WSP1
R.401
Dennis J. Snower
IfW Kiel
A reappraisal of the inflation-unemployment tradeoff
18.11.2004 Audimax
CAP2
Axel Börsch-Supan
Universität Mannheim
Erich-Schneider-Gedächtnisvorlesung
"Life Cycle Risks"
29.11.2004 IfW
Lecture Hall
Salvatore Barbaro
Universität Mainz
Shilling, Squeezing, Sniping:
Explaining late bidding in online second-price auctions
06.12.2004 WSP1
R.401
Marzia Romanelli
Pisa
Reforming the Italian Pension System in the 21st century:
A Micro-Simulation Approach
13.12.2004 IfW
Lecture Hall
Daniel Phaneuf
University of NC Raleigh
Differing values of time for non-market valuation:
A theoretical and empirical comparison
10.01.2005 WSP1
R.401
Richard Cornes
Nottingham
Aggregative Public Good Games
17.01.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Keith E. Maskus The Costs of Complying with Foreign Product Standards for Firms in Developing Countries: An Econometric Study
18.01.2005 CAP2
R.H
Wolfgang Wiegard
Universität Regensburg
Gutachten des Sachverständigenrates
24.01.2005 WSP1
R.401
Sonja Peterson
IfW Kiel
Assessing the Role of CDM and JI for the European Climate Strategy and the European Emissions Trading Scheme
31.01.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Paul Bergin
UC Davis
Endogenous Tradability and Macroeconomic Implications
07.02.2005 WSP1
R.401
Kjetil Storesletten
Oslo
Insurance and Opportunities:
The Welfare Implications of Rising Wage Dispersion
14.02.2005 IfW
Lecture Hall
Franz Seitz
University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden
WSB Poznan, Polen
How the Bundesbank Really Conducted Monetary Policy:
An Analysis Based on Real-time Data

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