IZA Research Seminar

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Nächstes IZA Seminar:
11.05.2017  David Neumark (University of California, Irvine und IZA)
The Long-Run Effects of Minimum Wages and Other Anti-Poverty Policies on Disadvantaged Neighborhoods
(joint work with Brian Asquith and Brittany Bass)
(takes place in building 5)
 

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Das wöchentlich stattfindende IZA Research Seminar stellt ein Diskussionsforum der neuesten arbeitsmarktökonomischen Forschung dar. Es wird gleichermaßen von IZA-Mitarbeitern, Gästen, Studenten und Fakultätsmitgliedern der Universität Bonn, Politikern und Vertretern anderer Interessengruppen besucht. Einige Veranstaltungen (durch * gekennzeichnet) werden gemeinsam mit der OECD organisiert. Alle Präsentationen werden in englischer Sprache gehalten und sind für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. Das IZA Research Seminar beginnt um 12.00 Uhr mit einem gemeinsamen Imbiss, der vom IZA bereitgestellt wird. Der Vortrag mit anschließender Diskussion beginnt um 12.15 Uhr und endet um 13.30 Uhr. 

   

Für Fragen zur Seminar-Reihe und zu dieser Internetseite wenden Sie sich bitte an den Organisator Benjamin Elsner oder senden Sie eine E-Mail an seminar@iza.org.  

   

Ort:

Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

Zeit:

Dienstag, 12.00 - 13.30 Uhr

 

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Programm:

 
03.07.2017  Susan N. Houseman (Upjohn Institute for Employment Research und IZA)
- to be announced -
 
22.06.2017  Hanming Fang (University of Pennsylvania)
- to be announced -
 
20.06.2017  Kirabo Jackson (Northwestern University)
- to be announced -
 
07.06.2017  Hoyt Bleakley (University of Michigan)
A Nudge to School: Triangulating the Gains
 
06.06.2017  Arne Uhlendorff (CREST und IZA)
- to be announced -
 
30.05.2017  Kevin T. Schnepel (University of Sydney und IZA)
Avoiding Convictions: Regression Discontinuity Evidence on Court Deferrals for First-Time Drug Offenders
(joint work with Michael Mueller-Smith)
 
23.05.2017  Joan Costa-i-Font (London School of Economics)
The Effect of Sleep on Productivity : Evidence form British and German Data
(joint work with Sarah Flèche)
 
16.05.2017  Will S. Dobbie (Princeton University und IZA)
Targeting Debt Relief: Experimental Evidence from Distressed Credit Card Borrowers
(joint work Jae Song)
 
11.05.2017  David Neumark (University of California, Irvine und IZA)
The Long-Run Effects of Minimum Wages and Other Anti-Poverty Policies on Disadvantaged Neighborhoods
(joint work with Brian Asquith and Brittany Bass)
(takes place in building 5)
 
19.04.2017  Jonathan Guryan (University of Chicago)
Not Too Late: Improving Academic Outcomes for Disadvantaged Youth
(joint work with Philip J. Cook, Kenneth Dodge, George Farkas, Roland G. Fryer, Jr., Jens Ludwig, Susan Mayer, Harold Pollack and Laurence Steinberg)
 
11.04.2017  Olivier Marie (Maastricht University und IZA)
Does Making Sick Leave Costly Reduce Absenteeism? (joint with Judit Vall Castello)
 
04.04.2017  Deborah A. Cobb-Clark (University of Sydney und IZA)
Mental Health and Productivity at Work: Does What You Do Matter?
(joint work with Melisa Bubonya and Mark Wooden)
 
28.03.2017  Shelly Lundberg (University of California, Santa Barbara und IZA)
Gender Gaps in the Effects of Childhood Family Environment: Do They Persist into Adulthood?
(joint work with Anne Ardila Brenoe)
 
14.03.2017  Thorsten Schank (University of Mainz und IZA)
More female manager hires through more female managers? Evidence from German
(joint work with Mario Bossler and Alexander Mosthaf)
(takes place in building 5)
 
09.03.2017  Basit Zafar (Federal Reserve Bank of New York und IZA)
Preference for the Workplace, Investment in Human Capital, and Gender
(joint work with Matthew Wiswall)
 
07.03.2017  Katharine G. Abraham (University of Maryland und IZA)
Earnings Expectations, Behavioral Biases, and the Design of Student Loan Repayment Schemes
(joint work with Emel Filiz-Ozbay, Erkut Ozbay and Lesley J. Turner)
 
02.03.2017  Pierre Cahuc (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris und IZA)
Short-time Work and Employment in the Great Recession in France
(joint work with Francis Kramarz and Sandra Nevoux)
(takes place in building 5)
 
21.02.2017  Cristian Pop-Eleches (Columbia University)
Interactions between Family and School Environments: Evidence of Dynamic Complementarities?
(joint work with Ofer Malamud and Miguel Urquiola)
 
14.02.2017  David McKenzie (World Bank und IZA)
Growing Markets through Business Training for Female Entrepreneurs: A Market-Level Randomized Experiment in Kenya
 
19.01.2017  Mark Gradstein (Ben Gurion University und IZA)
Can Black Gold Shine? The Effect of Oil Prices on Nighttime Light in Brazil
(joint work with Marc Klemp)