IZA Brown Bag Seminar

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Next Brown Bag Seminar:
26.09.2017  Maryam Naghsh Nejad (IZA)
The Human Capital Effects of Hosting Refugees: Evidence from Kagera ​(with Chiara Kofol)
 

The primary purpose behind our weekly internal seminars is to provide a stimulating research environment in which high quality research is promoted through the open exchange of ideas among staff members. Researchers are invited to attend and participate by presenting preliminary on-going work, providing feedback on other's projects, and discussing particular research problems. The seminar is also meant to serve as an informal means of encouraging discussion and interaction among in-house researchers. Finally, the internal seminar gives researchers an opportunity to sharpen their presentation skills and to get prepared for upcoming conferences, workshops, and meetings.

The Brown Bag seminar takes place on Thursdays. It starts at 12:15 p.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m. Since participation is restricted to IZA staff, guest researchers, and University of Bonn members, the linked documents below are password-protected.
This page is maintained by IZA Research Associate Milena Nikolova. Please contact nikolova@iza.org for further information.  

   

Place:

Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

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Thursday, 12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

 

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20.12.2001  Winfried Koeniger (University of St. Gallen and IZA)
Defensive Inventions
 
13.12.2001  René Fahr (University of Paderborn and IZA)
Uwe Sunde (University of Munich and IZA)
Endogenous Search Behavior on the Labor Market - A simple framework to investigate job competition and strategic hiring behavior
 
29.11.2001  Holger Bonin (IZA)
The Development of Female Labor Force Participation and Female Employment after German Unification
 
22.11.2001  Marcus Hagedorn (University of Oslo)
Dynamic Fiscal Policy as Insurance Against Macroeconomic Risk
 
15.11.2001  Lilo Locher (Federal Monopoly Commission, Bonn)
Migration in the Soviet Successor States
 
08.11.2001  Hilmar Schneider (IZA)
Policy Seminar: Should wage subsidies in the low-wage sector be paid to employers or to employees?
 
25.10.2001  Hilmar Schneider (IZA)
Self selection and Ashenfelter's dip - Pitfalls for the evaluation of active labor market policy
 
11.10.2001  Hielke Buddelmeyer (Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research and IZA)
Unemployment, parental leave, panel data
 
04.10.2001  Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics and IZA)
The Evolution of the Early Career Gender Wage Gap
 
27.09.2001  Hartmut Lehmann (University of Bologna and IZA)
Wage arrears and the distribution of earnings in Russia
 
20.09.2001  Rob Euwals (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis and IZA)
The Predictive Value of Subjective Labour Supply Data: A Dynamic Panel Data Model with Measurement Error
 
13.09.2001  Shoshana Neuman (Bar-Ilan University and IZA)
Gender and ethnic wage differentials: methodological considerations and evidence from Israel (joint work with Ron Oaxaca)
 
25.07.2001  Stefan Bender ()
The IAB Linked Employee-Employer Data (LIAB)
Martin Schellhorn (University of Kiel)
A comparison of alternative methods to model endogeneity in count models. An application to the demand for health care and health insurance choice.
 
10.07.2001  Anders Frederiksen (Aarhus University and IZA)
Overtime work, dual job holding and taxation
 
04.07.2001  Daniel S. Hamermesh (Barnard College and IZA)
"Hall of Fame" Voting: The Econometric Society
 
28.06.2001  Xiaodong Gong (NATSEM, University of Canberra and IZA)
Job satisfaction in China
 
21.06.2001  René Fahr (University of Paderborn and IZA)
The Promise of Workplace Training for Non-College Bound Youth: Evidence from German Apprenticeship (joint work with Damon Clark)
 
13.06.2001  Gustav Feichtinger (Vienna University of Technology and IZA)
Control of age-structured populations: A dynamic cost-benefit analysis
 
07.06.2001  Sherrie Kossoudji (University of Michigan and IZA)
Do people forced off of public assistance get jobs?
 
23.05.2001  John T. Addison (University of South Carolina and IZA)
Unemployment Insurance and Joblessness: A Discrete Duration Model with Multiple Destinations
 
18.05.2001  Branko Jovanovic (Capital Economics)
Wage differentials between the state and the private sector in Moscow
 
10.05.2001  Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics and IZA)
Melanie E. Ward-Warmedinger (European Central Bank)
Firms' Preparedness for the Global Labour Market: Evidence from a Survey of Large Firms Employing Highly Skilled Workers
 
03.05.2001  Bas Donkers (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Using selective sampling to reduce survey costs
 
05.04.2001  Uwe Sunde (University of Munich and IZA)
Labor utilization and labor market flexibility
 
15.03.2001  Stephan Kohns (Statistisches Bundesamt)
Testing for asymmetry in aggregate British, German and US unemployment
 
08.03.2001  Rob Euwals (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis and IZA)
The Development of Female Labour Supply and Employment after German Unification
 
22.02.2001  Wendelin Schnedler (University of Paderborn and IZA)
Melanie E. Ward-Warmedinger (European Central Bank)
Job Satisfaction and Gender
Part I: Ordered Probit Panel Selection Model
 
15.02.2001  Jonathan Wadsworth (Royal Holloway, University of London and IZA)
Two Sides to Every Story. Measuring Worklessness and Polarisation at Household Level