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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Program:

 
03.12.2015  Patrick Arni (University of Bristol and IZA)
TBA
 
26.11.2015  Andreas Lichter (IZA)
Benjamin Elsner (IZA)
Redcube talk
 
19.11.2015  blocked for research seminar - to be announced -
 
 
12.11.2015  Benjamin Elsner (IZA)
The Gain from the Drain: How Receiving Countries Benefit from Skill-Biased Migration (joint with Costanza Biavaschi, Michal Burzynski, and Joel Machado)
 
05.11.2015  Sara Tonini (University of Trento and IZA)
Trust through generations (joint with Corrado Giulietti and Enrico Rettore)
 
29.10.2015  blocked for research seminar - to be announced -
 
 
22.10.2015  Massimiliano Tani (University of New South Wales and IZA)
Stayers and leavers amongst native and foreign PhD graduates in Australia
 
15.10.2015  Ahmed Elsayed (IZA)
How Does Reducing Years of Compulsory Schooling Affect Education and Labor Market Outcomes in a Developing Country? (Joint with Olivier Marie)
 
08.10.2015  Michael Johannes Böhm (University of Bonn and IZA)
“Since you’re so rich, you must be really smart”: Talent and the Finance Wage Premium with Daniel Metzger and Per Strömberg (Stockholm School of Economics)
 
01.10.2015  blocked for research seminar - to be announced -
 
 
24.09.2015  Maryam Naghsh Nejad (IZA)
Non-Cognitive Skills in Transition: Evidence from Armenia and Georgia (joint with Anna Kochanova)
 
17.09.2015  Marc Piopiunik (Ifo Institute for Economic Research)
Weak Markets, Strong Teachers: Recession at Career Start and Teacher Effectiveness
 
10.09.2015  Research seminar
 
 
30.07.2015  Fernando A. Lozano (Pomona College and IZA)
Religious Workers and the Racial Earnings Gap
 
23.07.2015  Ying Shi (Duke University)
Selective STEM High Schools, Major Intentions, and Academic Achievement
 
16.07.2015  Oliver Himmler (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods)
Soft Commitments, Reminders, and Academic Performance
 
09.07.2015  Augustin de Coulon (King's College London and IZA)
Reducing under-performance in schools by targeting ethnic origin
 
02.07.2015  Denise Hare (Reed College)
What Accounts for the Decline in Labor Force Participation among Married Women in Urban China, 1991-2011?
 
25.06.2015  Michael Johannes Böhm (University of Bonn and IZA)
Since you’re so rich, you must be really smart”: Talent and the Finance Wage Premium This seminar will be rescheduled
 
11.06.2015  Christian Bredemeier (University of Cologne and IZA)
Wage Gaps, Earnings Gaps, and the Market Power of Employers
 
04.06.2015  Corpus Christi day
 
 
21.05.2015  Peter J. Kuhn (University of California, Santa Barbara and IZA)
This is a Full Research Seminar
 
14.05.2015  Ascension day
 
 
13.05.2015  Jan Feld (Victoria University of Wellington and IZA)
Skill and Overconfidence
 
04.05.2015  Mathias Sinning (Australian National University and IZA)
Detailed decomposition analysis for non-linear regression models
 
30.04.2015  Ingo E. Isphording (IZA)
Rank concerns and risky health behavior
 
24.04.2015  Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics and IZA)
Public child care and mother’s flexible work arrangements
 
16.04.2015  Miriam Gensowski (University of Copenhagen and IZA)
Skills, Occupational Choice and Educational Attainment
 
09.04.2015  Research seminar by Gerard Pfann
 
 
08.04.2015  Karina Doorley (Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin and IZA)
Labor Supply Effects of Wealth Shocks: Evidence for Germany
 
26.03.2015  Ulf Zölitz (briq and IZA)
Surrounded by Women: How Changes in the Gender Composition Affect Student Performance and Careers in Academia
 
19.03.2015  Research seminar by Thomas Lemieux
 
 
18.03.2015  Research seminar by Daniel I. Rees
 
 
12.03.2015  Sascha Drahs (DIW Berlin)
Job Search Expectations
 
05.03.2015  Rajeev Dehejia (New York University and IZA)
From Local to Global: External Validity in a Fertility Natural Experiment IZA Research Seminar
 
26.02.2015  Vahagn Jerbashian (University of Barcelona)
Specific and general types of human capital
 
19.02.2015  Benjamin Elsner (IZA)
Big Fishes in Small Ponds: Ability Rank and Human Capital Investment (joint with Ingo Isphording)
 
11.02.2015  Corrado Giulietti (University of Southampton)
Racial Discrimination in Local Public Services This is a Wednesday seminar
 
05.02.2015  Georgios Tassoukis (IZA)
Margard Ody (IZA and DIW Berlin)
 
22.01.2015  Amelie Schiprowski (IZA)
"The Effects of Binding and Non-Binding Job Search Requirements," joint with Patrick Arni (IZA)
 
15.01.2015  Stephen Bazen (Aix-Marseille University and IZA)
"Extending the Oaxaca approach to nonlinear models," joint with Xavier Joutard (Univ Lyon) and Brice Magdalou (Univ Montpellier)
 
08.01.2015  Arnaud Chevalier (Royal Holloway, University of London and IZA)
Vanessa Dräger (University of Cologne)
Are discriminatory firms less productive? Evidence from Fantasy Football (by Arnaud Chevalier) The Impact of Employment Protection on the Use of Temporary Employment (by Vanessa Draeger )