IZA Research Seminar

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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.

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Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

Zeit:

Dienstag, 12.00 - 13.30 Uhr

 

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Programm:

 
17.12.2002  Christopher J. Ruhm (University of Virginia und IZA)
Healthy Living in Hard Times
 
10.12.2002  Rob Alessie (University of Groningen)
Consumer Credit: Evidence from Italian Micro Data (joint work with Stefan Hochguertel and Guglielmo Weber)
 
03.12.2002  Mark C. Berger (CBER, University of Kentucky und IZA)
The Effects of Minimum Wages on Training: Evidence Using Newly Hired Workers (joint work with Jack Barron and Dan A. Black)
 
26.11.2002  Hendrik Jürges (University of Mannheim)
The effect of central exit examinations on student achievement: Quasi-experimental evidence from TIMSS Germany (joint work with Kerstin Schneider and Felix Büchel)
 
19.11.2002  Maria Guadalupe (INSEAD und IZA)
The hidden cost of fixed term contracts: The impact on work accidents
 
12.11.2002  Doris Weichselbaumer (University of Linz und IZA)
The effects of markets, politics, and society on the gender wage differential: A meta-analysis (joint work with Rudolf Winter-Ebmer)
 
05.11.2002  Amelie F. Constant (Temple University)
Self-Selection, Earnings, and Out-Migration: A Longitudinal Study of Immigrants to Germany (joint work with Douglas S. Massey)
 
29.10.2002  David N. Margolis (Paris School of Economics und IZA)
A Multiple-State Non-Stationary Model of Welfare Exit (joint work with Marc Gurgand)
 
23.10.2002  David Autor (MIT und IZA)
Women, War and Wages: The Effect of Female Labor Supply on the Wage Structure at Mid-Century
(joint work with Daron Acemoglu and David Lyle)
 
15.10.2002  Barbara Petrongolo (Queen Mary, University of London und IZA)
Scale Effects in Markets with Search (joint work with Christopher Pissarides)
 
08.10.2002  Coen Teulings (University of Cambridge und IZA)
How Large are Search Frictions? (joint work with Pieter A. Gautier)
 
02.10.2002  John C. Haltiwanger (University of Maryland und IZA)
The Relationship Between Human Capital, Productivity and Market Value: Building Up from Micro Evidence
 
24.09.2002  - no seminar -
 
 
17.09.2002  Arnaud Chevalier (Royal Holloway, University of London und IZA)
The Supply of Childcare in Britain: Do Mothers Queue for Childcare? (joint work with Tarja K. Viitanen)
 
10.09.2002  Mihails Hazans (University of Latvia und IZA)
Social Returns to Commuting in the Baltic States
 
27.08.2002  Andrea Vindigni (IMT Lucca und IZA)
Uncertainty and the Politics of Employment Protection
 
30.07.2002  Shoshana Neuman (Bar-Ilan University und IZA)
Simultaneous Estimation of Religiosity and Schooling: The Case of Spanish Catholics (joint with Pablo Brañas Garza, University of Jaén)
 
23.07.2002  Leif Danziger (Ben Gurion University und IZA)
Delay in the Renewal of Labor Contracts In Banking Corporations (joint with Shoshana Neuman)
 
16.07.2002  Debajyoti Chakrabarty (University of Sydney)
Poverty Traps and Growth in a Model of Endogenous Time Preference
 
09.07.2002  Ronald L. Oaxaca (University of Arizona und IZA)
Intrafirm Mobility and Sex Differences in Pay (joint with Michael R. Ransom)
 
02.07.2002  Peter J. Kuhn (University of California, Santa Barbara und IZA)
Leadership Skills and Wages (joint with Catherine Weinberger)
 
25.06.2002  Jozef Konings (KU Leuven)
Do Multinational Enterprises Substitute Parent Jobs for Foreign Ones? Evidence from European Firm-Level Panel Data
 
18.06.2002  Eric Maurin (Paris School of Economics und IZA)
Incentive Effects of Welfare Transfers in Two-Parent Families: An Evaluation Using Experimental Data
 
11.06.2002  Sourushe Zandvakili (University of Cincinnati)
Household Size and Distributional Implications of Taxes and Transfers
 
04.06.2002  Bruce A. Weinberg (Ohio State University und IZA)
Experience and Technological Adoption
 
29.05.2002  Lutz Hendricks (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
The Intergenerational Persistence of Lifetime Earnings (special Wednesday seminar: 5.00 - 6.00 p.m.)
 
28.05.2002  Eric Toulemonde (University of Namur und IZA)
Firms Agglomeration and Unions
 
21.05.2002  Bruce E. Kaufman (Georgia State University)
On the Neoclassical Tradition in Labor Economics
 
15.05.2002  Yu-Fu Chen (University of Dundee)
Exchange-Rate Volatility as Employment Protection (special Wednesday seminar: 12.15 - 1.15 p.m.)
 
14.05.2002  Edward Lazear (Stanford University und IZA)
The Peter Principle: A Theory of Decline
 
07.05.2002  Pietro Garibaldi (University of Turin und IZA)
Labor Market Flows and Equilibrium Search Unemployment
 
30.04.2002  Giulio Fella (Queen Mary, University of London)
Optimal incomplete contracts in a matching model
 
23.04.2002  Armin Falk (briq, University of Bonn und IZA)
Contractual Incompleteness and the Nature of Market Interactions
 
16.04.2002  Margaret Stevens (University of Oxford)
New Microfoundations for the Aggregate Matching Function, with Empirical and Theoretical Implications
 
09.04.2002  Dilip Bhattacharyya (University of Leicester)
Estimating, Updating and Uses of the Hidden Economy
 
26.03.2002  Sarah Senesky (University of California, Irvine)
The Effect of California’s Daily Overtime Law on Hours of Work: A Re-examination
 
19.03.2002  Lex Borghans (Maastricht University und IZA)
Bas ter Weel (SEO Amsterdam und IZA)
The Diffusion of Computers and the Distribution of Wages
 
12.03.2002  Syed Ahsan (Concordia University)
Institutional Capital and Poverty: A Transition Perspective
 
05.03.2002  Thomas F. Crossley (University of Essex)
Self-Financed Training After Job Loss
 
26.02.2002  Uschi Backes-Gellner (University of Zurich und IZA)
Employer-Signaling and Successful Recruitment (joint with Corinna Schmidtke)
 
19.02.2002  Jan C. van Ours (Erasmus University Rotterdam und IZA)
A pint a day raises your pay - but smoking blows that gain away
 
12.02.2002  Kjell Vaage (University of Bergen)
Measuring the Effect of a School Reform on Educational Attainment and Earnings
 
29.01.2002  Paul Chen (Australian National University)
Efficiency Wages and Industry Wage Differentials: A Comparison Across Methods of Pay
 
22.01.2002  Pieter A. Gautier (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam und IZA)
Matching with Multiple Applications
 
15.01.2002  Kenneth Troske (University of Kentucky und IZA)
Wage and Productivity Dispersion in U.S. Manufacturing: The Role of Computer Investment
 
08.01.2002  - no seminar -