IZA Research Seminar

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Nächstes IZA Seminar:
27.10.2020  Philipp Kircher (Cornell University und IZA)
Directing Search with Cheap Talk: Theory and Evidence
(joint work with John Horten and Ramesh Johari)
(Webinar, takes place 3 p.m.)
 

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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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Ort:

Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

Zeit:

Dienstag, 12.00 - 13.30 Uhr

 

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Programm:

 
15.12.2015  Edwin Leuven (University of Oslo und IZA)
Head Start and the distribution of long term education and labor market outcomes Cancelled!
 
08.12.2015  Helena Skyt Nielsen (Aarhus University und IZA)
The Effect of Teacher’s Aides in the Classroom: Evidence from a Randomized Trial
(joint work with SC Andersen, LV Beuchert and MK Thomsen)
 
01.12.2015  Frédéric Docquier (LISER und IZA)
The welfare impact of global migration in the OECD countries
(joint work with Amandine Aubry and Michal Burzynski)
(takes place in building 5)
 
24.11.2015  Pia Pinger (University of Cologne und IZA)
Why Do Women Expect Less? – On the Gender Gap in Wage Expectations before Labor Market Entry
(joint work with Jan Bergerhoff and Philipp Seegers)
 
19.11.2015  Johannes F. Schmieder (Boston University und IZA)
The Rise of Domestic Outsourcing and the Evolution of the German Wage Structure
(joint work with Deborah Goldschmidt)
 
17.11.2015  Gianmarco Ottaviano (Bocconi University und IZA)
Immigration, Trade and Productivity in services: Evidence from U.K. firms
(joint work with Giovanni Peri and Greg C. Wright)
 
10.11.2015  Dean Yang (University of Michigan und IZA)
Savings, Subsidies, and Technology Adoption: Field Experimental Evidence from Mozambique
(joint work with Michael Carter and Rachid Laajaj)
 
03.11.2015  Michael A. Clemens (Center for Global Development und IZA)
The Economic Case for Restricting Migration
(joint work with Lant Pritchett)
 
29.10.2015  Carol Lee Graham (Brookings Institution und IZA)
The Pursuit of Happiness in the U.S.: Inequality in Agency, Optimism, and Life Chances
 
27.10.2015  Caglar Ozden (World Bank und IZA)
(cancelled)
 
20.10.2015  Laura M. Argys (University of Colorado Denver und IZA)
The Effect of Family Size on Education: New Evidence from China’s One Child Policy
(joint work with Susan L. Averett)
 
13.10.2015  Bart H.H. Golsteyn (Maastricht University und IZA)
Risk Attitudes Across the Life Course (joint with Thomas Dohmen, Armin Falk, David Huffman and Uwe Sunde)
 
06.10.2015  Petter Lundborg (Lund University und IZA)
Fertility Effects on Female Labor Supply: IVF Evidence from IVF Treatments joint with Erik Plug and Astrid Wurtz-Rasmussen
 
01.10.2015  Damon Clark (University of California, Irvine und IZA)
The Return to Schooling among High School Dropouts: Evidence from Britain's Compulsory Schooling Changes
 
29.09.2015  Tom Krebs (University of Mannheim und IZA)
Labor Market Institutions and the Cost of Recessions
(joint work with Martin Scheffel)
 
22.09.2015  Ulrike Malmendier (University of California, Berkeley und IZA)
Experience Effects in Consumption (joint with Leslie Sheng Shen)
 
15.09.2015  Stefano DellaVigna (University of California, Berkeley)
Reference-Dependent Job Search: Evidence from Hungary
(joint work with Attila Lindner, Balázs Reizer and Johannes F. Schmieder)
 
10.09.2015  Sebastian Findeisen (University of Mannheim und IZA)
What Are The Returns To Regional Mobility? Evidence From Mass Layoffs
 
28.07.2015  Shyamal Chowdhury (University of Sydney und IZA)
Labor Market Discrimination and White Name Adoption: A Field Experiment in the Australian Labor Market. (joint with Eevarn Ooi)
 
21.07.2015  William Kerr (Harvard Business School)
House Money and Entrepreneurship
(joint work with Sari Pekkala Kerr and Ramana Nanda)
 
14.07.2015  Katja Maria Kaufmann (University of Mannheim und IZA)
Marriage Market and Intergenerational Effects of Elite Higher Education: Evidence from Chile Takes place in SLS5
 
07.07.2015  Scott E. Carrell (University of California, Davis und IZA)
The Impact of Intergroup Contact on Racial Attitudes and Revealed Preferences
(joint work with Mark Hoekstra and James E. West)
 
30.06.2015  Francesc Ortega (Queens College, CUNY und IZA)
The Impact of Skilled Foreign Workers on Firms: an Investigation of Publicly Traded U.S. Firms
(joint work with Anirban Ghosh and Anna Maria Mayda)
 
23.06.2015  Ethan Gatewood Lewis (Dartmouth College)
People and Machines: A Look at The Evolving Relationship Between Capital and Skill In Manufacturing 1850-1940 Using Immigration Shocks
(joint work with Jeanne Lafortune and Jose Tessada)
 
18.06.2015  Christian Merkl (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg und IZA)
Business Cycle Asymmetries and the Labor Market
(joint work with Britta Kohlbrecher)
 
16.06.2015  Martha J. Bailey (University of California, Los Angeles und IZA)
Can Family Planning Increase Children’s Opportunities? Evidence from the War on Poverty and Title X
 
09.06.2015  Janet Currie (Princeton University und IZA)
Diagnosing Expertise: A Two Factor Model of Physician Decision Making
 
03.06.2015  Gary S. Fields (Cornell University und IZA)
Changing Income Inequality and Panel Income Changes (joint with Robert Duval Hernández and George H. Jakubson)
 
26.05.2015  Olivia S. Mitchell (University of Pennsylvania)
Will They Take the Money and Work? An Empirical Analysis of People’s Willingness to Delay Claiming Social Security Benefits for a Lump Sum
(joint work with Raimond Maurer, Ralph Rogalla and Tatjana Schimetschek)
 
21.05.2015  Peter J. Kuhn (University of California, Santa Barbara und IZA)
Self Control and Intertemporal Choice: Evidence from Glucose and Depletion Interventions
(joint work with Michael A. Kuhn and Marie Claire Villeval)
 
19.05.2015  Peter Arcidiacono (Duke University und IZA)
Equilibrium Grade Inflation with Implications for Female Interest in STEM Fields
(joint work with Tom Ahn, Amy Hopson and James Thomas)
 
12.05.2015  Michèle Belot (Cornell University und IZA)
Does Searching Broader Improve Job Prospects? - Evidence from variations of online search.
(joint work with Philipp Kircher, and Paul Muller)
 
05.05.2015  Aderonke Osikominu (University of Hohenheim und IZA)
Quality Leisure Time and Youth Development
(joint work with Benjamin Fuchs)
 
28.04.2015  Anna Piil Damm (Aarhus School of Business und IZA)
Prison as a Criminal School: Who Learns and From Whom? Peer Effects Behind Bars
(joint work with Cédric Gorinas)
 
21.04.2015  Jonathan Meer (Texas A&M University)
Effects of the Minimum Wage on Employment Dynamics (joint with Jeremy West)
 
14.04.2015  Matthew Neidell (Columbia University und IZA)
Temperature and Human Capital in the Short- and Long-Run
(joint work with Joshua Graff Zivin and Solomon M. Hsiang)
 
09.04.2015  Gerard A. Pfann (Maastricht University und IZA)
Dismissal Disputes and Endogenous Sorting
(joint work with Pietro Garibaldi)
 
31.03.2015  Lorenz Götte (University of Bonn und IZA)
Overcoming Salience Bias: How Real-Time Feedback Fosters Resource Conservation
(joint work with Verena Tiefenbeck, Kathrin Degen, Vojkan Tasic, Elgar Fleisch, Rafael Lalive and Thorsten Staake)
 
24.03.2015  Robert A. Moffitt (Johns Hopkins University und IZA)
Welfare Rules, Incentives, and Family Structure
(joint work with Brian J. Phelan and Anne E. Winkler)
 
19.03.2015  Thomas Lemieux (University of British Columbia, Vancouver und IZA)
The Minimum Wage, Turnover, and the Shape of the Wage Distribution
(joint work with Pierre Brochu, David A. Green and James Townsend)
 
18.03.2015  Daniel I. Rees (University of Colorado Denver und IZA)
Wet Laws, Drinking Establishments, and Crime
(joint work with D. Mark Anderson and Benjamin Crost)
 
17.03.2015  Andreas Steinhauer (University of Edinburgh)
Risk-sharing and family labor supply
(joint work with Josef Zweimüller)
(cancelled)
 
10.03.2015  M. Daniele Paserman (Boston University und IZA)
Gender Differences in Cooperative Environments? Evidence from the U.S. Congress (joint with Stefano Gagliarducci)
 
05.03.2015  Rajeev Dehejia (New York University und IZA)
From Local to Global: External Validity in a Fertility Natural Experiment
(joint work with Cristian Pop-Eleches and Cyrus Samii)
 
03.03.2015  Guy Michaels (London School of Economics und IZA)
Robots at Work
(joint work with Georg Graetz)
 
24.02.2015  David Dorn (University of Zurich und IZA)
Import Competition and the Great U.S. Employment Sag of the 2000s
(joint work with Daron Acemoglu, David Autor and Gordon H. Hanson)
 
10.02.2015  Uwe Sunde (University of Munich und IZA)
Are Competitors Forward Looking? Revisiting The Shadow of Future Competition In Elimination Tournaments
(joint work with Mario Lackner, Rudi Stracke and Rudolf Winter-Ebmer)
 
20.01.2015  Ludger Woessmann (University of Munich und IZA)
Virtually No Effect? Different Types of Computer Use and the Effect of Classroom Computers on Student Achievement
(joint work with O. Falck and C. Mang)
 
13.01.2015  Christopher Jepsen (University College Dublin und IZA)
The Benefits of Alternatives to Conventional College: Labor-market Returns to Proprietary Schooling
(joint work with Peter Mueser)
(takes place in building 5)