Volkswirtschaftliches  Doktorandenseminar  

Das Volkswirtschaftliche Doktorandenseminar der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät dient der wissenschaftlichen Diskussion unter den DoktorandInnen sowie zwischen DoktorandInnen und ProfessorInnen. Es können sowohl fertige Papiere als auch laufende Projekte präsentiert werden. Auch externe DoktorandInnen können auf Einladung ihre Forschungsergebnisse vorstellen.
 
Die Seminare finden soweit nicht anders angekündigt mittwochs von 13 - 14 Uhr im Seminarraum 17 des Institutsgebäudes der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät (Grimmaische Straße 12) statt. Bei Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Prof. Dr. Bernd Süssmuth (suessmuth@wifa.uni-leipzig.de).

Veranstaltungen 2018

31.01.2018
João Carlos Claudio (Halle Institute for Economic Research: IWH)
Labor Productivity and The Slope of the Term Structure of Interest Rates: Examining the Role of News Shocks

24.01.2018:
Jingjing Lyu (Leipzig University)
Global Linkages across Sectors and Frequency Bands: A Band Spectral Panel Regression Approach

17.01.2018:
Konstantin Gantert (Leipzig University)
Inventories and Inflation in a Search Business Cycle Model

Veranstaltungen 2017

13.12.2017
Sebastian Müller (Leipzig University)
Asymmetric Monetary Policy and its Effect on Business Dynamism

21.06.2017
Alexander Schneider (Leipzig University)
Hotelling's model with non-constant total demand

14.06.2017:
Mathias Klein (German Institute for Economic Research -- DIW)
Monetary Policy and Household (De-)Leveraging

24.05.2017:
David Herok (Leipzig University)
The Reallocation Effect of Capital Controls and Firm Concentration

17.05.2017:
Hans Torben Löfflad (Leipzig University)
The Macroeconomics of Housing and the Dynamics of Wealth Inequality

10.05.2017:
Luis Franjo García (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne -- EPFL)
Growth, Housing and Global Imbalances

03.05.2017:
Christoph Schult (Halle Institute for Economic Research -- IWH)
Sectoral Transformation in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model with Multiple Regions and Multiple Sectors

01.02.2017:
Hans Torben Löfflad (Leipzig University)
House Price Dynamics and Wealth Inequality: Ricardo Revisited

25.01.2017:
Dr. Benjamin Auer (Leipzig University)
Are anomaly-separating methodologies up to their designated task?

Veranstaltungen 2016

07.12.2016:
Maria Näther (Leipzig University)
Core Periphery Formation in Interbank Markets

29.06.2016:
Jan Weidner (TU Darmstadt)
Hierarchies in Public Institutions: Evidence from Central Banks

22.06.2016:
Frank Simmen (Leipzig University)
Specific Oil Price Shocks and the Australian Macroeconomy

15.06.2016:
Matthias Huber (Friedrich Schiller University Jena)
Ethnic Heterogeneity and Student Achievement: Evidence from Project STAR

27.01.2016:
Mathias Klein (TU Dortmund University)
Austerity and Private Debt

20.01.2016:
Juliane Gerstenberger (Leipzig University)
Corporate Finance and Monetary Policy - Evidence from German Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Veranstaltungen 2015

27.10.2015:
Stefan Angrick (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo)
Balance-of-Payments Disequilibria and Monetary Policy Autonomy: An Examination of Open-Economy Policy Constraints

22.07.2015:
Hans Torben Löfflad (Leipzig University)
Is there a Negative Natural Real Interest Rate? Evidence from Auerbach-Kotlikoff

15.07.2015:
Matthias Wieschemeyer (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
International Migration and the European Crisis

08.07.2015:
Björn Urbansky (Leipzig University)
Global Liquidity Glut, Capital Controls and the Pretence of Knowledge in China and the U.S.

17.06.2015:
Karl Trela (Leipzig University)
Decision Support Methods for Climate Adaptation Policy

10.06.2015:
Jingjing Lyu (Leipzig University)
Did Chinese Outward Activity Attenuate or Aggravate the Great Recession in Developing Countries?

03.06.2015:
Raphael Fischer (Leipzig University)
Regional Heterogeneity, Aging Society and the Rise of Public Debt in Japan in the Post-Bubble Crisis: Lessons from the EMU

15.04.2015:
David Klenert (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)
Infrastructure and Inequality: Insights from Incorporating Key Economic Facts about Household Heterogeneity

28.01.2015:
Robert Unger (Deutsche Bundesbank)
Traditional or Shadow Banks - Who Originated the US Credit Boom?

14.01.2015:
Sophia Latsos (Leipzig University)
Do Federal Reserve Bank Presidents have a Regional Bias?

Veranstaltungen 2014

17.12.2014:
Benjamin Larin (Leipzig University)
Expansionary Asset Price Bubbles in an Auerbach-Kotlikoff Model

03.12.2014:
Sebastian Böhm (Leipzig University)
Inequality Dynamics when Capital Returns Exceed the Rate of Economic Growth

12.11.2014:
Nomtha Vellem (Leipzig University)
The Impact of Oil Price Changes on Selected Economic Indicators: A Case Study of South Africa

05.11.2014:
Maria Näther (Leipzig University)
The Effect of the Central Bank's Standing Facility on Interbank Lending and Bank Liquidity

16.07.2014:
Jian Li (Goethe University Frankfurt)
The Importance of Early Life War Experience for Health and Wealth Outcomes in China

09.07.2014:
Björn Urbansky (Leipzig University)
Spontaneous Order and Economic Developments in China and Japan from a Historical Perspective

02.07.2014:
Marika Behnert, Sören Graupner (Leipzig University)
Crop Rotation and Complex Dynamics in Interacting Cobweb Markets

25.06.2014:
Marian Panganiban (Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena)
Group Dynamics in Social Dilemmas: An Agent-Based Model

04.06.2014:
Katharina Knoll (FU Berlin)
No Price like Home: Global House Prices, 1870-2012

23.04.2014:
Frank Hüttner (HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management)
Liability Situations with Joint Tortfeasors

05.02.2014:
Pablo Duarte (Leipzig University)
Informal Finance and Capital Inflows in Latin America

29.01.2014:
Carolin Holzmann (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
Are Anti-Tax-Avoidance Measures Effective? Effects of Earnings-Stripping Rules on Profit Shifting to Tax Havens

22.01.2014:
Nadia Yerly (University of Fribourg)
Haushaltsdisziplin: Institutionelle Messmethode

Veranstaltungen 2013

27.11.2013:
Sebastian Böhm (Leipzig University)
Endogenous Human Capital Formation and Directed Technological Change

06.11.2013:
Daniel Willam (Leipzig University)
Zombie Bank Lending and Policy Countermeasures: A Welfare Analysis

17.07.2013:
Björn Urbansky
(Leipzig University)
Spontaneous Order and Economic Developments in China and Japan from a Historical Perspective

19.06.2013:
Bastian Gawellek
(Leipzig University)
Efficiency of German Universities and the Excellence Initiative

29.05.2013:
David Leuwer
(Leipzig University)
Scrapping Subsidies in Times of Global Crisis: How Long is the Shadow of Fiscal Stimulus?

24.04.2013:
Dr. Andreas Schäfer
 (Leipzig University)
Inequality, Life Expectancy and Pollution

03.04.2013:
Andrés Zambrano Ph.D. (University of los Andes)
Endogeneous Employment and Incomplete Markets

16.01.2013:
Dr. Sabine Klinger
(IAB Nuremberg)
Decomposing Beveridge Curve Dynamics by Correlated Unobserved Components

Veranstaltungen 2012

12.12.2012:
Dr. Berno Büchel
(University of Hamburg)
Do Consumers' Preferences Really Matter? Spatial Competition with Restricted Strategies

05.12.2012:
Dominik Karos
(University of Saarbrücken)
Power Indices: Monotonicity vs. the Paradox of Smaller Coalitions

28.11.2012:
Sascha Bützer
(LMU Munich)
Macroeconomic Imbalances in the Euro Area: A Matter of Culture?

07.11.2012:
Michael Kloß
(Ifo Dresden)
Long-Term Unempolyment Benefits and the Hazard Rate - Evidence from the German Hartz IV Reform

24.10.2012:
Hendrik Hagedorn
(DIW Berlin)
A Model of Austrian Economics

10.10.2012:
Robert Lehmann
(Ifo Dresden)
Forecasting GDP at the Regional Level with Many Predictors

18.07.2012:
Wolfgang Nagl
(Ifo Dresden)
Better Safe than Sorry? The Effects of Income Risks on Wages

04.07.2012:
Alexander von Kotzebue
(Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Charitable Giving, Tax Exemptions, and Fundraising

27.06.2012:
Lei Ji (EUI Florence)
Rethinking Directed Technical Change

20.06.2012
:
Prof. Dr. Stefan Wagner
(ESMT Berlin)
Patent Thickets, Public Goods, and Conflict Resolution

06.06.2012:
David Leuwer
(Leipzig University)
The Exchange Rate Susceptibility of Some European Core Industries and the Currency Union

09.05.2012:
Michael Diemer
(Leipzig University)
Who should rescue subsidiaries of multinational banks?

02.05.2012:
Dr. Christian Feilcke (TU Munich)
Endogene Informationen und Versicherungszwang

11.04.2012:
Daniel William
(Leipzig University)
Forbearance Lending and Banks' funding

07.03.2012:
Tomas Slacik (ECB)
Early Warning Indicators for Currency Crises

25.01.2012:
Franziska J. Weiss
(University of Zurich)
Engel's Law and Directed Technical Change

18.01.2012:
Robert Unger (Deutsche Bundesbank)
Does the Natural Rate of Interest Ensure Monetary Stability, Financial Stability or Both?

Veranstaltungen 2011

14.12.2011:
Martin Kohl (Leipzig University)
Size of Government

07.12.2011:
Björn Urbansky (Leipzig University)
Displacements and Economic Order - How Markets Adjust to Financial Liberalization

30.11.2011:
Robert Stelter (University of Rostock and UCL (IRES))
Endogenous Age Structures in OLG-Models

23.11.2011, 14:00 Uhr:
PD Dr. Ulf Christian Ewert (University of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg)
An Agent-Based Simulation of Early Hanseatic Trade

02.11.2011:
Dr. Steffen Müller (University of Erlangen-Nurmberg)
Teacher Experience and the Class Size Effect - Experimental Evidence

20.07.2011:
Alexander Fink (George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia)
When Do Rulers Delegate Powers to Jurisdictions? The Independence of Medieval European Cities

13.07.2011:
Dr. Marco Sunder
(Leipzig University)
Efficiency in German Manufacturing, 1998-2009

06.07.2011:      
Björn Urbansky
(Leipzig University)
Krise und Ordnung - eine Hayekianische Analyse der Finanzmarktkrise

29.06.2011:
Ekkehard Köhler (Walter Eucken Insitute, Freiburg)
An Impact Analysis of Major Events of the Financial Crisis on the Swiss Interest Rate Anomaly

22.06.2011:
Sebastian Böhm (Leipzig University)
Economic Perspectives in East Germany - A Theoretical Approach

15.06.2011:
Maike Irrek (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
Economic Perspectives in East Germany - Empirical Results

08.06.2011:
Dominic Quint (FU Berlin)
How Large Is the Stress from the Common Monetary Policy in the Euro Area?

01.06.2011:
Finn Marten Körner (University of Oldenburg)
Global Imbalances: How the Real World Defeats Equilibrium Models

18.05.2011:
Joscha Beckmann
(University of Duisburg-Essen)
Nonlinear Adjustment of Nominal Exchange Rates and Macroeconomic Fundamentals

02.02.2011:
Katja Neugebauer (IAW, Tübingen)
All You Need Is Trade: On the Interdependence of Trade and Asset Holdings

26.01.2011:
Bastian Gawellek (Leipzig University)
The Greek Disease and Excessive Deficits in the EU: Commit to Prevent - not to Correct

19.01.2011:
Michael Diemer (Leipzig University)
Bank Bailout and Competition

12.01.2011:
Daniel Singh (LMU Munich)
Timing of Tracking: The Question, the Problem and the Possible Answer

05.01.2011:
Stefan Egle (Leipzig University)
The Green Paradox in a Ramsey Model with a Non-renewable Resource

Veranstaltungen 2010

15.12.2010:
Dr. Andreas Schäfer (Leipzig University)
Trading Population against Pollution?

08.12.2010:
Martina Kuntze (Leipzig University)
Bundesstaatliche (De-)Zentralisierungstendenzen im Lichte jüngerer Föderalismusreformen

01.12.2010:
Frank Hüttner (Leipzig University)
Bedeutung gruppierter Regressionsvariablen und Kooperative Spieltheorie

24.11.2010:
Holger Zemanek (Leipzig University)
Asymmetric International Risk Sharing and Labour Market Flexibility in the Euro Area

03.11.2010:
Co-Pierre Georg (University of Jena)
Systemische Risiken in Interbankenmärkten

07.07.2010:
Johannes Diederich
(University of Heidelberg)
What Drives Individual Willingness-to-pay for Greenhouse Gas Reductions?

30.06.2010:
Axel Löffler (Leipzig University)
Creditor vs. Debtor Central Banks: Inflation Targeting in Emerging Markets?

16.06.2010:
Bing Zhu (European Business School)
U.S. Regional Housing Bubbles and Sources of Spillovers

09.06.2010:
Izabela Ratajczak-Juszko (Oxford Climate Policy, Stockholm Environment Institute)
Negotiating Climate Change. From Copenhagen to Cancun

02.06.2010:
Wolfgang Bretschneider (Leipzig University)
Bezahlbarkeitsmessung - ein mikroökonomisches Argument für den Resteinkommensansatz

19.05.2010:
Philipp Mandel (Leipzig University)
Size Matters. The Relevance and Welfare Surplus of Agreeable College Class Size

26.01.2010:
Anke Hertwig (Leipzig University)
Oil Price Fluctuations and Economic Stability in Oil Exporting Countries

19.01.2010:
Christina Ziegler (Leipzig University, Ifo Munich)
Wage Determination and Current Account Imbalances in Central and Eastern Europe

05.01.2010:
Maik Pradel (Leipzig University)
Prozyklizität von Basel II - eine vertragstheoretische Analyse

Veranstaltungen 2009

08.12.2009:
Dr. Andreas Schäfer (Leipzig University)
Economic Development in Eastern Germany: History, Expectations and Public Policy

24.11.2009:
Sebastian Böhm (Leipzig University)
Stabilität und Eindeutigkeit von Gleichgewichten in Modellen der räumlichen Faktormobilität in diskreter Zeit

14.07.2009:
Andreas Hoffmann (Leipzig University)
Foreign Credit and Overinvestment in Central and Eastern Europe

07.07.2009:
Franziska Kohl (Leipzig University)
Non-monotonic Relationship between Competition and Growth

30.06.2009:
Sebastian Petrick (Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
The Impact of Temperature on Global Residential Energy Demand

23.06.2009:
Zuzana Potuzakova (University of Economics, Prague)
Mitteleuropa und wirtschaftliche Immigration

16.06.2009:
Steffen Elstner (Ifo Munich)
Transmission of Monetary Policy and Investigation based on ifo Microdata

09.06.2009:
Adrian Höhl (Leipzig University)
Central Banking and Financial Markets Stability

02.06.2009:
Stephan Freitag (Leipzig University)
The Endogeneity of Trade and Exchange Rate Stability in East Asia

26.05.2009:
Christina Ziegler (Leipzig University, Ifo Munich)
Wage Determination and Capital Markets in Central and Eastern Europe

19.05.2009:
Axel Löffler (Leipzig University)
Global Asymmetries in Monetary Policy Operations: Creditor versus Debtor Central Banks

05.05.2009:
Tobias Hiller, Stefan Wappler (Leipzig University)
Das Chi-Lösungskonzept und die Lohnentwicklung in Deutschland – Ein Vergleich alternativer Arbeitsmarktvariablen

28.04.2009:
Dr. Andreas Schäfer (Leipzig University)
Endogenous Intellectual Property Rights And Economic Growth


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