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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 coordinator is Robert Hill.

Seminars are on Tuesdays from 5:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. During the winter semester, talks are held in lecture room LS 15.03 (RESOWI-Centre Tract C, groundfloor), during the summer semester in lecture room HS 111.21 (Beethovenstr. 8, 2nd floor), unless otherwise stated.


Summer 2022

Date Speaker Title Host
08 March
Jörn Kleinert, University of Graz The instability of the market for government bonds in the EMU  
15 March
Ferdinand Rauch, Oxford University Urban Distancing: from Ancient Ports to Modern Cities  
22 March Lena Müller, University of Nürnberg Local Information and firm expectations about aggregates Manner
29 March
Sarah Auster, University of Bonn Protracted Learning and Preemptive Stopping: the Wald Problem with Ambiguity Kuzmics
5 April Mariya Teteryatnikova, Vienna University of Economics and Business On Perfect Pairwise Stable Networks Greinecker
26 April,
4 p.m.,
SR 03.K1
Bernhard Ganglmair, University of Mannheim Mergers and the Direction of Innovation Wendner
3 May René Böheim, University of Linz Unearned Income and Labor Supply: Evidence from Survivor Pensions in Austria Kleinert
24 May Martin Wagner, University of Klagenfurt HAC Robust Estimation and Inference for Long-Run Equilibrium Relationships Manner
31 May Kausik Chaudhuri, University of Leeds

The impact of Covid-19 vaccination for mental health

14 June Laura Doval, Columbia University

Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment

21 June Peter Vida, CY Paris Cergy University Designing and Delegating Interrogations Kuzmics

22 June,
6:45 p.m.,
Lecture room 02.23

Alexander Linsbichler, University of Vienna Rationalities and their Limits: Reconstructing Neurath‘s and Mises‘s Prerequisites in the early Socialist Calculation Debates Eckert
28 June Christoph Moser, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg Cross-Border Commuting, Gender Differences, and the Outside Option Kleinert


Seminar coordinator

Univ.-Prof. PhD

Robert Hill

Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre

Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre

Phone:+43 316 380 - 3442

Freitag 10 bis 12 Uhr

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