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MACIE Seminar

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The MACIE seminar series takes place - unless otherwise stated - on Thursdays, 4:30-6:00 pm in the Dean's Office (Dekanatssitzungszimmer), Universitätsstr. 25.

Seminar schedule for the winter term 2018/19

Date Speaker Topic
18.10.2018 Carsten de Dreu
Leiden University /University of Amsterdam
Revisiting the Form and Function of Conflict - Neurobiological, Psychological and Cultural Mechanisms for Attack and Defense Within and Between Groups

25.10.2018

Pierre-Guillaume Mèon
Université Libre de Bruxelles
A Positive Effect of Political Dynasties: the case of France’s 1940 enabling act
1.11.2018


Volker Hahn
Universität Konstanz
Committee Decision-Making under the Threat of Leaks
22.11.2018


Andreas Lange
Hamburg
The risks that farmers take: An experiment on externalities with individual thresholds
06.12.2018
Room AA110
Leonie Gerhards
Universität Hamburg
Deliberative Structures and their Impact on Voting Behavior under Social Conflict
17.01.2019
Room AP1
Andreas Grunewald
Universität Frankfurt/Universität Bonn
Obfuscation in Auto Loan Intermediation
24.01.2019

Jan Marcus
Universität Hamburg
The Effects of Tuition Fees on Study Duration and Completion
31.01.2019 Nora Szech
Universität Karlsruhe
tba.
07.02.2019 Fabian Pätzel
Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg
tba.
14.02.2019 Matthias Uhl
Bundesbank
tba.

Seminar schedule for the summer term 2018:

Date Speaker Topic
19.04.2018 Simon Dato
University of Bonn
Talent Hoarding
26.04.2018 Sandra Jednak
University of Belgrade
Economic performance and measurement of the development
03.05.2018 Heiko Karle
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Competition and Information Quality in the Market for News
17.05.2018 Alfred V. Guender
University of Canterbury
Credit Prices vs. Credit Quantities as Predictors of Economic Activity in Europe: Which Tell a Better StorY?
24.05.2018 Helmut Herwartz
Universität Göttingen
Structural volatility modelling with applications to spillover analysis and value-at-risk
07.06.2018 Vojtech Bartos
LMU München
Evidence for Direct Effect of Poverty on Time Preference: An Experiment with Ultra-poor Farmers in Uganda
14.06.2018 Florian Neumeier
ifo Institut München
Inequality and Extremist Voting: Evidence from Germany
21.06.2018 Hartmut Kliemt
JLU Giessen            
On the Nature and Significance of -- (Ideal) Rational Choice Theory
28.06.2018 Matthijs van Veelen
University of Amsterdam   
In and out of equilibrium: a unified theory of evolution in repeated games with population structure      
05.07.2018 Sebastian Ebert
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Decision Making When Things Are Only a Matter of Time
Tuesday
10.07.2018
5.00 pm (!)
Massimo D'Antoni
Università di Siena
Asymmetric Learning and Deterrence when the  Probability of Sanctions is unknown