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

Time:

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

 

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Program:

 
18.12.2014  Research Seminar by Fabian Lange
 
 
11.12.2014  Olivier Marie (Maastricht University and IZA)
High Achievers? – Cannabis Access and Academic Performance
 
04.12.2014  Tobias Stöhr (Kiel Institute for the World Economy and IZA)
Siblings' Interaction in Migration Decisions: Who Provides for the Elderly Left Behind?
 
27.11.2014  Benedicte Rouland (University of Nantes)
Does Activating Sick-Listed Workers Work? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
 
20.11.2014  Massimiliano Tani (University of New South Wales and IZA)
Foreign education and local assessment as signals of immigrants’ productivity: evidence from Australia
 
06.11.2014  Andrew Clarke (University of Melbourne)
Immigrant Skill Selection and Utilization: A Comparative Analysis of Australia, Canada, and the United States
 
05.11.2014  Artjoms Ivlevs (University of the West of England, Bristol and IZA)
Happy moves? Assessing the impact of life satisfaction on emigration intentions
 
30.10.2014  Randall K. Filer (Hunter College/CUNY and IZA)
Research Seminar by Randy Filer Measuring the Shadow Economy Under Differing Tax Regimes: Endogenous Switching Regressions with Unobserved Separation
 
29.10.2014  Alexander Spermann (University of Freiburg)
Long-term unemployment in Germany: What could be done?
 
23.10.2014  Andreas Lichter (IZA)
The Cost of Totalitarianism
 
16.10.2014  Nico Pestel (IZA)
Performance Effects of Air Pollution: Evidence from Professional Soccer
 
09.10.2014 
The Effect of Violence on Birth Outcomes: Evidence from Homicides in Brazil
 
02.10.2014  Alessio J. G. Brown (affiliation not available)
"An Incentive Model and its Applications"
 
25.09.2014  Matteo Sandi (University of Sussex)
Migration in the time of crisis: evidence on its effectiveness from Indonesia
 
18.09.2014  Chuhong Wang (University of Southampton)
Do Legislation Changes Improve the Labour Market Fortunes of the Disabled ? The Case of the Equality Act in the UK
 
17.07.2014  summer break - no seminar -
 
 
10.07.2014  Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)
Family, Community and Long-Term Earnings Inequality
 
03.07.2014  Patrick Arni (University of Bristol and IZA)
Wait for the Last Minute? The Dynamic Reactions of Job Seekers on UI Benefit Cuts: A Natural Experiment
 
26.06.2014  Enrico Rettore (University of Trento and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
19.06.2014  Corpus Christi - no seminar -
 
 
12.06.2014  Núria Rodríguez-Planas (Queens College, CUNY and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
05.06.2014  Massimiliano Tani (University of New South Wales and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
29.05.2014  Ascension Day - no seminar -
 
 
15.05.2014  Caroline Wehner (BIBB and IZA)
Euroskepticism in the Crisis: More Mood than Economy
 
08.05.2014  research seminar - no seminar -
 
 
06.05.2014  Enrico Rettore (University of Trento and IZA)
Procedures vs. incentives: the case of the university recruitment system in Italy (Tuesday!)
 
01.05.2014  Labor Day - no seminar -
 
 
24.04.2014  research seminar - no seminar -
 
 
22.04.2014  Robert Mahlstedt (University of Copenhagen and IZA)
(Tuesday!)
- to be announced -
 
17.04.2014  Andreas Lichter (IZA)
- to be announced -
 
10.04.2014  Max F. Steinhardt (Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
03.04.2014  research seminar - no seminar -
 
 
01.04.2014  Hans-Ullrich Mühlenfeld (IT.NRW)
The Microcensus and the Official Firm Data for Germany:Two Examples from the Portfolio of the Research Data Centre of the Länder (Tuesday!)
 
27.03.2014  Benjamin Elsner (IZA)
(cancelled)
 
20.03.2014  research seminar - no seminar -
 
free slot
 
 
13.03.2014  Andrew T. Young (West Virginia University)
Does International Labor Mobility Lead to Lower Labor Shares
 
06.03.2014  Ulf Zölitz (briq and IZA)
Bad Apples and Blinding Lights - On the Nature of Peer Effects in Academic Achievement
 
27.02.2014  (Carnival) - no seminar -
 
 
19.02.2014  Bert van Landeghem (University of Sheffield and IZA)
Inequality, Castes and Happiness: Evidence from Rural India
 
13.02.2014  Corrado Giulietti (University of Southampton)
The Role of Strong Ties in Migration
 
06.02.2014  no seminar (job talks)
 
 
30.01.2014  no seminar (job talks)
 
 
23.01.2014  Arnaud Chevalier (Royal Holloway, University of London and IZA)
Make it Count: Evidence from a Field Study on Assessment Rules, Study Incentives and Student Performance
 
16.01.2014  Maryam Naghsh Nejad (IZA)
Female Brain Drains and Women’s Rights Gaps: An empirical Analysis of Bilateral Migration Flows
 
15.01.2014  Arnaud Chevalier (Royal Holloway, University of London and IZA)
 
09.01.2014  no seminar (research seminar)
 
 
02.01.2014  no seminar (Christmas break)