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Seminar series

Public Economics Seminar

The public economics seminar is organized jointly by Prof Fuest, Prof Haufler and Prof Holzner. In this seminar, PhD students and other researchers from the faculty as well as invited guests present their research in the field of public economics.

Time: Thursday, 12.00 - 13.00
Place: Center for Economic Studies (CES), Seminar Room (207), Schackstr. 4, Munich

Winter term 2016 / 2017

Date Lecturer Topic
20.10.2016 Eytan Sheshinski, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Taxation of Natural Resources-Extensions of Hotelling
27.10.2016 Nigar Hashimzade, Durham University Why enter tax sparing agreements?
03.11.2016 Björn Kauder, ifo institute Term Limits for Mayors and Intergovernmental Grants: Evidence from Italian Cities
10.11.2016 Andreas Haufler, LMU Munich, Seminar for Economic Policy The Political Economy of the European Banking Union
17.11.2016 Florian Buck, German Federal Ministry of Finance Monetary Policy and Fiscal Soundness
24.11.2016 Aart Gerritsen, MPI for Tax Law and Public Finance Optimal taxation of capital income when capital returns are heterogeneous
08.12.2016 Florian Sniekers, University of Amsterdam Efficient Insurance in a Market Theory of Payroll and Self-Employment
15.12.2016 Felix Ehrenfried, LMU Munich, Chair in Public Finance How do companies choose their recruitment channels
22.12.2016 Julia Brosowksi, LMU Munich, Chair in Public Finance Business or Employee: A theory
22.12.2016 Marcus Drometer, LMU Munich Electoral cycles, partisan effects and U.S. immigration policies
12.01.2017 Kai Brueckerhoff, MPI National vs. Supranational Deposit Insurance: Regulatory Home Bias and Bank Lending Distortions
12.01.2017 Franz Reiter, LMU Munich Avoiding Taxes: Banks’ Use of Internal Debt
19.01.2017 Martin Besfamille, Universidad Católica de Chile Optimal fiscal decentralization with asymmetric regions
02.02.2017 Ullrich Glogowsky, LMU Munich, Seminar for Economic Policy Behavioral Responses to Wealth Transfer Taxation: Bunching Evidence from Germany
02.02.2017 Davide Suverato, LMU Munich, Seminar for Economic Policy Finance, Organization, and the Product Mix of Exporters
09.02.2017 Florian Loipersberger, LMU Munich, MGSE The Effect of Supranational Banking Supervision on the Financial Sector: Event Study Evidence from Europe
16.02.2017 David Seim, Stockholm University Firm Behavior and Payroll Taxes: Evidence from a Young Workers Tax Cut in Sweden

Organiser

Prof. Dr. Andreas Haufler, Prof. Dr. Christian Holzner, Prof. Dr. Clemens Fuest

Contact

Felix Ehrenfried

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Lehrstuhl für Finanzwissenschaft
Ludwigstr. 28
80539 München

Phone: +49(0)89 /2180-1392
Fax: +49(0)89/2180-3128
Email: felix.ehrenfried @ econ.lmu.de
Website: http://www.fiwi.econ.uni-muenchen.de/personen/doktoranden/ehrenfried-felix/index.html

Contact

Felix Ehrenfried

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Lehrstuhl für Finanzwissenschaft
Phone: +49(0)89 /2180-1392
Fax: +49(0)89/2180-3128
Email: felix.ehrenfried @ econ.lmu.de
Website


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