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Seminar series

Lunchtime Seminar TU Dresden

The midday seminar is organised by Prof. Marcel Thum, Director of the Dresden Branch of the Ifo Institute and Professor for Public Finance at the Technical University of Dresden and Prof. Dr. Alexander Kemnitz, Chair of Economic Policy and Economic Research, Department of Business and Economics, TU Dresden. Staff members of the TU Dresden, the Ifo Institute as well as external academics present and discuss their current research results at these seminars.

Time: Every Monday during term at 11:10 a.m.
Place: TU Dresden, Department of Economics, Schumann-Bau B 037, Münchner Platz 1/3, Dresden

SS 2015

Date Lecturer Topic
13.04.2015 Christine Kalenborn Regional Income Inequality Reduces Life Satisfaction: A Macroeconomic Empirical Analysis
20.04.2015 Michael Weber Decomposing changes in the German East-West wage gap
27.04.2015 Oliver Fiala Experiencing natural disasters: how this influences risk aversion and trust
11.05.2015 Katarzyna Bilicka and André Seidel Profit Shifting and Tax Avoidances in the presence of Corruption
18.05.2015 Christian Ochsner The real cost of war deconstruction: Evidence from a natural experiment in post-WW2 Styria
08.06.2015 Robert Marx Efficiency of financial markets and the speed of light
15.06.2015 Zhan Qu Inventory Control and Intermediation in Global Supply Chains
29.06.2015 Frank Thiel Suspicious Job Postings: The Optimal Search Strategy
06.07.2015 Georg Hirte Regulation versus Taxation: Efficiency of Zoning and Tax Instruments as Anti-Congestion Policies / Why not to Choose the most Convenient Labor Supply Model?
13.07.2015 Robert Lehmann and Wolfgang Nagl Where to work in Germany? Foreign employment at the district level
20.07.2015 Xenia Frei and Felix Rösel The President and the Deficit - Do Direct Elections of Governments and Supervisors Reduce Fiscal Distress?

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