The Economics Research Seminar hosts national and international researchers from universities and research institutes who present their current work. The seminar is organised by the Economics chairs of the University of Passau.
During lecture period, the seminar takes place on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. (if not indicated otherwise). Presentations are held in English and should not exceed 1 hour; after the presentation, there is half an hour time for discussion.
If you have any questions about the seminar, please contact Bianca Bittner.
|11.05.2022||Dr. Ingo Isphording (IZA Bonn)||Schools and Corona – Evidence from staggered summer breaks in Germany|
|18.05.2022||Prof. Dr. Arndt Reichert (University of Hanover)|
Quality signaling and demand for renewable energy technology - Evidence from a randomized field experiment
|01.06.2022||Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer (University of Göttingen)|
The Economic Effects of the English Parliamentary Enclosures
|08.06.2022||Manuela Fritz (University of Passau)|
Uncover your risk! Using Facebook to increase personal risk awareness and screening of diabetes type 2 in Indonesia
|15.06.2022||Dr. Florian Schneider (University of Zurich)||On the relative deservingness of capital and labor|
|22.06.2022||Prof. Anna Bindler, PhD (University of Cologne)||Discontinuities in the Age-Victimization Profile and the Determinants of Victimization|
|29.06.2022||Prof. Zohal Hessami (Ruhr-University Bochum)||Can Young Politicians Influence Policy in a Gerontocracy? (Zoom, 1 p.m.)|
|06.07.2022||Susanne Keller (University of Passau)||Trade Negotiations under Fire: Identity Politics and the Rising Opposition to Free Trade|
|13.07.2022||Prof. Marta Serra-Garcia (University of California San Diego)||Flagging Suspicious Behavior Using Algorithms Can Improve Human Predictions (Zoom)|
|20.07.2022||Prof. Dr. Stefan Bauernschuster (University of Passau)||The Political Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Germany|
|27.07.2022||Prof. Christina Gathmann, PhD (LISER)||Marginal Returns to Citizenship|