IZA Research Seminar

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Other seminars: IZA Brown Bag Seminar | Bonn Econ Department Seminars | IZA/HSE University International Labor Seminars

The weekly IZA Research Seminar provides a forum for discussion of the latest research in labor economics, bringing together IZA staff and visitors, students and faculty of Bonn University, policymakers and members of other interest groups. Some of the seminars (marked by a *) are jointly organized with the OECD. Speakers indude distinguished national and international academics. All presentations are given in English. The meetings are open to the public. 

   

In regular times, the IZA Seminar starts at 12:00 with sandwiches provided by IZA. The presentation of the paper starts at 12:15, and the discussion concludes at 13:30.

At the moment we meet on Zoom and times slightly differ between seminars, to incorporate different time zones. You find detailed information in the description of each seminar.

This page is maintained by Jonas Radbruch and Maria Balgova, organizers of the IZA Research Seminars.
Please contact seminar@iza.org for any questions. 

   

Place:

Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

Time:

Tuesday, 12:15 - 13:30

 

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29.06.2021  Nicholas Bloom (Stanford University and IZA)
Why working from home will stick
(joint work with Jose Maria Barrero and Steven J. Davis)
(Webinar, takes place 04:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
22.06.2021  Christopher R. Walters (University of California, Berkeley)
Systemic Discrimination Among Large U.S. Employers
(joint work with Patrick Kline and Evan Rose)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
15.06.2021  Fabian Lange (McGill University and IZA)
On the Role of Learning, Human Capital, and Performance Incentives for Wages
(joint work with Braz Camargo and Elena Pastorino)
(Webinar, takes place 02:45 p.m.)
iCal
 
08.06.2021  Basit Zafar (University of Michigan and IZA)
Gender Differences in Negotiations and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from an Information Provision Experiment with College Students
(joint work with Patricia Cortes, Jacob French and Jessica Pan)
(Webinar, takes place 02:30 p.m.)
iCal
 
01.06.2021  Heather Sarsons (University of Chicago Booth School of Business)
Flexible Wages, Bargaining, and the Gender Gap
(joint work with Barbara Biasi)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
18.05.2021  Danielle Li (MIT Sloan School of Management)
Hiring as Exploration
(joint work with Lindsey Raymond and Peter Bergman)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
11.05.2021  Guy Michaels (London School of Economics and IZA)
Cities and the Sea Level
(joint work with Yatang Lin and Thomas K.J. McDermott)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
04.05.2021  Lisa B. Kahn (University of Rochester and IZA)
Searching, Recalls, and Tightness: An Interim Report on the COVID Labor Market
(joint work with Eliza Forsythe, Fabian Lange and David G. Wiczer)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
27.04.2021  Anna Salomons (Utrecht University and IZA)
New Frontiers: The Origins and Content of New Work, 1940--2018
(joint work with David Autor and Bryan Seegmiller)
(Webinar, takes place 02:00 p.m.)
iCal
 
20.04.2021  Gabriella Conti (University College London and IZA)
Perceived Costs and Benefits of Compliance to the COVID-19 Social Distancing Measures: Evidence from Subjective Expectations
(joint work with Pamela Giustinelli )
(Webinar, takes place 2 p.m.)
iCal
 
13.04.2021  Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University and IZA)
There is more to Marriage than Love: The Effect of Legal Status and Cultural Distance on Intermarriages and Separations
(joint work with Giulia Tura and Paolo Pinotti)
(Webinar, takes place 11 a.m.)
iCal
 
23.03.2021  Sandra E. Black (Columbia University and IZA)
Where does wealth come from?
(joint work with Paul J. Devereux, Fanny Landaud and Kjell G. Salvanes)
(Webinar, takes place 2 p.m.)
iCal
 
16.03.2021  Florian Englmaier (University of Munich and IZA)
Tournament Incentives and Team Performance in Non-Routine Analytical Team Tasks
(joint work with Stefan Grimm, Dominik Grothe, David Schindler and Simeon Schudy)
(Webinar, takes place 2 p.m.)
iCal
 
09.03.2021  Caterina Calsamiglia (IPEG and IZA)
The design of university entrance exams and its implications for gender gaps
(joint work with Andreu Arenas)
(Webinar, takes place 2 p.m.)
iCal