Economics Research Seminar
The Research Seminar in Economics presents a platform for invited speakers across all fields of economics. The seminar is open to faculty and students. Depending on speaker and audience, presentations and discussions will be in English or German.
The seminar coordinators are Christoph Kuzmics and Robert Hill.
Seminars are on Tuesdays from 17:15 to 18:45 in SR 15.4B (RESOWI-Center, between tracts E&F, 4th floor), unless otherwise stated.
|27 April |
|John-Landon Lane, Rutgers University||The Role of Sentiment in the Economy of the 1920s||Robert Hill|
|Ralph Winkler, Bern University|| |
Long-term Climate Treaties with a Refunding Club
|1 June |
|Christopher R. Bollinger, University of Kentucky||When and How Do School Rezoning and New Schools Affect Property Values? The Impact of Redistricting in Fayette County, KY.||Robert Hill|
|8 June |
|Alistair Ulph, University of Manchester||International Environmental Agreements with Kantian Moral Behavior||Michael Finus|
|15 June |
|Andreas Schäfer, University of Bath||Announcing a Green New Deal: The Role of Policy Signals for Stimulating Entrepreneurship||Michael Finus|
|21 June |
|Nikolaos Vlassis, University of Aberdeen||Can Trade Liberalisation Mitigate Carbon Leakage? The Role of Border Carbon Adjustments||Michael Finus|