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CMR Research Seminar - Winter 2018/2019

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

Date Speaker Title
October 10, 2018 Davide Debortoli (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)  Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents: Insights from TANK Models
October 17, 2018 Christian Traxler (Hertie School of Governance Berlin) Punishment and Specific Deterrence: Evidence from Speeding Tickets
October 24, 2018 Axelle Ferriere  (Paris School of Economics) Escaping the Losses from Trade: The Impact of Heterogeneity on Skill Acquisition
October 31, 2018 Olivier Loisel  (ENSAE Paris Tech) Pegging the Interest Rate on Bank Reserves: A Resolution of New Keynesian Puzzles and Paradoxes
November 7, 2018 Matteo Iacoviello (FED Board) Measuring geopolitical risk
November 14, 2018 David Yanagizawa-Drott (University of Zurich) Misperceived Social Norms: Female Labor Force Participation in Saudi Arabia
November 21, 2018 Philipp König (Deutsche Bundesbank) Safe but Fragile: Information Acquisition, Sponsor Support and Shadow Bank Runs
November 28, 2018 Valeriya Dinger (University of Osnabrück) Financial Globalization and Bank Lending: The Limits of Domestic Monetary Policy?
December 5, 2018 Kurt Mitman (Stockholm University)

Forward Guidance


December 11, 2018

Shin-Ichi Nishiyama (Kobe University)

Extra Seminar; 16:00 in R 710

The Time-Varying Volatility of Financial Shocks in Macroeconomic Fluctuations
December 12, 2018 Sebastian Findeisen (University of Mannheim) Optimal Need-Based Financial Aid
December 19, 2018 Pavel Brendler (University of Bonn) Earnings Inequality And Income Redistribution Through Social Security
January 9, 2019 Philipp Dörrenberg (ZEW) Tax effects on the trading behavior of private investors: evidence from individual portfolio data
January 16, 2019 Almut Balleer (RWTH Aachen) Financial frictions and wages
January 23, 2019 Hale Utar (University of Bielefeld) International Trade and Job Polarization: Evidence at the Worker Level
January 30, 2019 Dirk Niepelt (University of Bern) On the Equivalence of Private and Public Money