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Research Seminar

 CMR Research Seminar - Winter 2016/2017

 Wednesdays 4.00 - 5:30 pm, Room 710, WiSo-Hochhaus

DateSpeakerTitle
October 19, 2016Georg Nöldeke (University of Basel)The implementation duality
October 26, 2016Thomas Schelkle

A General Test for an Efficient Factor Allocation and Bounds on Potential Output Gains

November 2, 2016Felix BierbrauerPolitically feasible reforms of non-linear tax systems
November 9, 2016no seminar-
November 16, 2016Fabian Kindermann (Uni Bonn)  Bargaining over Babies: Theory, Evidence and Policy Implications
November 23, 2016Helmut Rainer (LMU Munich and Ifo)Family-Specific Investments and Divorce: A Theory of Dynamically Inconsistent Household Behavior
November 30, 2016Emanuel Hansen (CMR)Optimal income taxation with labor supply responses at two margins: When is an Earned Income Tax Credit optimal?
December 7, 2016Sevi Rodriguez (University of Edinburgh)The Rise of Meritocracy and the Inheritance of Advantages
December 14, 2016Antoine Camous (University of Mannheim)Monetary Policy and Debt Fragility
December 21, 2016no seminar-
January 4, 2017no seminar-
January 11, 2017Sebastian Koehne (IIES Stockholm) On the taxation of durable goods
January 18, 2017Olaf Posch (Universität Hamburg )Solving the New-Keynesian Model in Continuous Time
January 25, 2017Nicolas Werquin (Toulouse School of Economics) Nonlinear tax incidence and optimal taxation in general equilibrium
February 2, 2017Claus Thustrup Kreiner (University of Copenhagen)Do lower minimum wages for young workers raise their employment? - Evidence from a Danish discontinuity
February 8, 1017Dean Corbae (University of Wisconsin Madison) Capital Requirements in a Quantitative Model of Banking Industry Dynamics