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.  

   

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Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

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

 

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31.12.2009  No Brownbag (Christmas)
 
 
24.12.2009  No Brownbag (Christmas)
 
 
17.12.2009  Andreas Peichl (Ifo Institute for Economic Research and IZA)
Who are the losers of the 2009/10 labour-market downturn? A scenario analysis for Germany.
 
10.12.2009  Ricarda Schmidl (University of Mannheim and IZA)
Social Networks and Job Search Behavior takes place in SLS 5
 
03.12.2009  Paul Marx (University of Southern Denmark and IZA)
The Politics of Labor Market Reform in Continental Welfare States: How to Explain Change in German Labor Law since WWI? takes place in SLS 5
 
27.11.2009  Sebastian Siegloch (University of Mannheim and IZA)
Incorporating labor demand effects into the microsimulation of tax and benefit reforms moved here from Nov 12
 
26.11.2009  Ulf Rinne (IZA)
Human Capital vs. Signaling: The German Reunification as a Natural Experiment
 
19.11.2009  Patrick Arni (University of Bristol and IZA)
How Effective are Unemployment Benefit Sanctions? Looking Beyond Unemployment Exit (joint with Rafael Lalive y Jan C. van Ours)
 
12.11.2009  Massimiliano Tani (University of New South Wales and IZA)
The economic contribution of international business visits: an interpretative model and some empirical evidence.
 
03.11.2009  Alexander Muravyev (Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg branch)
How important are labor market institutions for labor market performance in transition countries? joint with Hartmut Lehmann, takes place in SLS 5 on TUESDAY
 
30.10.2009  Olivier Bargain (University of Bordeaux and IZA)
Female Labour Supply, Well-being and Divorce: New Evidence from Ireland with Claire Keane; takes place on FRIDAY
 
22.10.2009  No Brownbag (IZA Prize)
 
 
14.10.2009  Judith Niehues (Cologne Institute for Economic Research)
The Redistributive Effects of Tax-Benefit Systems in the Enlarged EU (Takes place on WEDNESDAY! joint with C. Fuest and A. Peichl)
 
08.10.2009  No Brownbag (IZA topic week)
 
 
01.10.2009  Nico Pestel (IZA)
The Impact of Changes in Household Structure on Income Distribution in Germany (joint with A. Peichl and H. Schneider)
 
24.09.2009  Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)
With a Little Help From my Friends? The Effects of Friendship Ties on Unemployment Transitions jointly with Lorenzo Cappellari (Universita Cattolica, Milan)
 
17.09.2009  Steffen Künn (Maastricht University and IZA)
Long-Term Effects of Start-Up Subsidies for the Unemployed: A Sensitivity Analysis
 
10.09.2009  Renana Lindner Pomerantz (Bar-Ilan University)
Can the Media Influence Senior Appointments in the Market?
 
03.09.2009  Paul Marx (University of Southern Denmark and IZA)
Reforming German Labour Market Institutions: A Dual Path to Flexibility (joint with Werner Eichhorst)
 
27.08.2009  No Brownbag (EEA meetings)
 
 
20.08.2009  Bart H.H. Golsteyn (Maastricht University and IZA)
"IQ, Achievement and Personality", Joint work with Lex Borghans and James Heckman
 
18.08.2009  Juliane Parys (McKinsey&Co)
Household Bargaining and Parental Leave Allocation - Evidence from Germany
 
13.08.2009  Shoshana Neuman (Bar-Ilan University and IZA)
What are regression coefficients telling us?
 
06.08.2009  Sumon K. Bhaumik (University of Sheffield and IZA)
 
30.07.2009  Melanie Khamis (Wesleyan University and IZA)
Risk Attitudes, Time Preferences and the Incidence of Informality among Workers: Evidence from a Transition Country (joint work with Thomas Dohmen and Hartmut Lehmann)
 
23.07.2009  Alexander Muravyev (Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg branch)
 
16.07.2009  Alpaslan Akay (University of Gothenburg and IZA)
Dynamics of the Employment Assimilation of Immigrant Men in Sweden - Comparing Dynamic and Static Assimilation Models with Longitudinal Data
 
14.07.2009  Nishith Prakash (University of Connecticut and IZA)
Improving the Labor Market Outcomes of Minorities: The Role of Employment Quota (takes place on Tuesday)
 
09.07.2009  No Brownbag
 
 
02.07.2009  Steffen Altmann (University of Copenhagen and IZA)
 
25.06.2009  John M. Abowd (Cornell University and IZA)
 
23.06.2009  Zahra Siddique (University of Reading and IZA)
(takes place on Tuesday)
 
18.06.2009  Zahra Siddique (University of Reading and IZA)
 
11.06.2009  Fronleichnam holiday Break
 
 
28.05.2009  Break for IZA/SOLE Transatlantic Meeting of Labor Economists
 
 
21.05.2009  Chirsti-Himmelfahrt holiday Break
 
 
14.05.2009  Andreas Peichl (Ifo Institute for Economic Research and IZA)
 
07.05.2009  Olivier Bargain (University of Bordeaux and IZA)
The Disincentive Effect of the French Minimum Income
 
30.04.2009  Martin Kahanec (Central European University and IZA)
Mutlu Yuksel (Dalhousie University and IZA)
Intergenerational transfer of human capital and labor market outcomes under post-war distress: the displaced and the Roma in the former Yugoslavia
 
23.04.2009  Douglas J. Krupka (University of Michigan and IZA)
Douglas S. Noonan (Georgia Tech)
Neighborhood dynamics and the full effects of spatially-targeted economic development policy
 
16.04.2009  Robbert Maseland (Radboud University Nijmegen)
How united is Germany? Economic values in East and West since reunification
 
09.04.2009  Easter Break
 
 
02.04.2009  Olivier Bos (Paris School of Economics)
Charity Auctions for the Happy Few
 
12.03.2009  Erin L. Krupka (University of Michigan and IZA)
TBA
 
05.03.2009  Andreas Peichl (Ifo Institute for Economic Research and IZA)
The Impact of flat tax reforms on labour supply in Europe
 
29.01.2009  Christian Traxler (Hertie School of Governance)
Deterence through word of mouth
 
21.01.2009  Randall K. Q. Akee (University of California, Los Angeles and IZA)
Parents' Incomes and Children's Outcomes: A Quasi-Experiment