IZA Research Seminar

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Next IZA Seminar:
28.09.2017  Elke J. Jahn (University of Bayreuth and IZA)
Do Neighbors Help Finding a Job? Social Networks and Labor Market Outcomes After Plant Closures
(joint work with Michael Neugart)
 

Other seminars: IZA Policy Seminar | IZA Brown Bag Seminar | Bonn Econ Department Seminars | IZA Research Data Seminar

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. 

   

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.

This page is maintained by Benjamin Elsner, organizer 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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14.12.1999  Arthur van Soest (Tilburg University and IZA)
Mobility in the Urban Labor Market: A Panel Data Analysis for Mexico
 
07.12.1999  Reinhold Schnabel (University of Duisburg-Essen and IZA)
Incentives and Voluntary Participation in the Public PensionSystem
 
30.11.1999  Wolfgang Schwerdt (European Central Bank)
Explaining the Supply of Initial Vocational Training by Firms in France and Germany
 
16.11.1999  Michael A. Shields (Monash University and IZA)
Racial Harassment, Job Satisfaction and Intentions to Quit: Evidence from the British Nursing Profession
 
09.11.1999  Frank Windmeijer (University of Bristol)
Wages and the Demand for Health: A Life-Cycle Analysis
 
02.11.1999  Heinz P. Galler (Martin-Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg)
Zur dynamischen Stabilität individueller Lohnverlaeufe: Heterogenität und Stationarität der Lohnraten westdeutscher Maenner
 
26.10.1999  Helmut Seitz (European University Viadrina, Frankfurt / Oder)
Arbeitslosigkeit, Zuwanderungen und Sozialhilfe: Eine Analyse der Determinanten und der Finanzierung der Sozialhilfeausgaben
 
19.10.1999  Birthe Larsen (Copenhagen Business School)
Unemployment Versus Productivity Related to Bargaining Power
 
12.10.1999  Hartmut Lehmann (University of Bologna and IZA)
Tenures that Shook the World: Worker Turnover in the Russion Federaton and Poland
 
05.10.1999  John P. Haisken-DeNew (Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research)
How to use the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP), Part II: Examples
Alison L. Booth (Australian National University and IZA)
Training, Rent-sharing and Unions
 
04.10.1999  John P. Haisken-DeNew (Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research)
How to use the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP), Part I: Basics
 
28.09.1999  Stefan Bender ()
How to Use the IAB-Data Sets
 
21.09.1999  Harmen Lehment (Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
Zur Bestimmung des beschäftigungsneutralen Lohnerhöhungsspielraums
 
14.09.1999  Melanie E. Ward-Warmedinger (European Central Bank)
Actual, Deserved and Reservation Salary in the Academic Profession
 
07.09.1999  Jörgen Hansen (Concordia University and IZA)
Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Spells in Sweden?
 
31.08.1999  Lars-Hendrik Röller (Federal Chancellery, Germany)
Union Power and Product Market Competition: Evidence from the Airline Industry
 
24.08.1999  Nina Smith (Aarhus University and IZA)
Employment and Earnings Assimilation of Male First Generation Immigrants in Denmark
 
17.08.1999  Magnus Lofstrom (Public Policy Institute of California and IZA)
Labor Market Assimilation and the Self-Employment Decision of Immigrant Entrepreneurs
 
10.08.1999  Rob Euwals (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis and IZA)
Female Labour Supply in the Netherlands: On the Flexibility of Working Hours and Job Flexibility
 
03.08.1999  Ira N. Gang (Rutgers University and IZA)
Switching Models with Self-Selection: Self-Employment in Hungary
 
27.07.1999  Gil S. Epstein (Bar-Ilan University and IZA)
Endogenous Marginalization of Immigrants
 
20.07.1999  Kevin M. Murphy (University of Chicago)
The Prince and the Pauper? CEO Pay in the US and UK
 
13.07.1999  Zvi Eckstein (Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya and IZA)
Why Youths Drop Out of High School: The Impact of Preferences, Opportunities and Abilities
 
06.07.1999  Joop Hartog (University of Amsterdam and IZA)
Risk in the Labor Market
 
01.07.1999  Shubhashis Gangopadhyay (India Development Foundation)
City Size and Urban Poverty
 
29.06.1999  Christoph M. Schmidt (RWI and IZA)
The Econometric Evaluation of Active Labor Market Policies: Alternative Matching Estimators
 
22.06.1999  Josef Zweimüller (University of Zurich and IZA)
Aktive Arbeitsmarktpolitik und die Dauer individueller Arbeitslosigkeit: Empirische Evidenz für die Schweiz
 
15.06.1999  Felix Ritchie (affiliation not available)
The Tenure Based Wage Setting
 
08.06.1999  Regina T. Riphahn (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and IZA)
Fertily Assimilation of Immigrants. A Varying Coefficient Count Data Model
 
01.06.1999  Jan C. van Ours (Erasmus University Rotterdam and IZA)
Effectiveness of Active Labor Market Programs in the Slovak Republic
 
25.05.1999  Bernd Fitzenberger (Humboldt University Berlin and IZA)
Zentrale Lohnverhandlungen und regionale Lohnrigiditäten
 
19.05.1999  Alan Barrett (ESRI, Dublin and IZA)
Is There a Wage Premium for Returning Irish Migrants?
 
18.05.1999  Michael Funke (University of Hamburg)
Financial Factors and Labor Demand
 
11.05.1999  Markus Pannenberg (Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and IZA)
Phillips Curve or Wage Curve: Ein Widerspruch? Eine empirische Analyse für Westdeutschland auf der Basis von Regionaldaten
 
04.05.1999  Johannes Schwalbach (Humboldt University Berlin)
Unternehmensreputation und Performance
 
27.04.1999  Rüdiger Soltwedel (Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
Der Euro und die Arbeitsmärkte in Europa: Zunehmende `Balkanisierung´ oder Harmonisierung
 
22.04.1999  Vera A. Adamchik (Lehigh University)
Unemployment Benefits and Other Determinants of Unemployment Duration in Poland
 
20.04.1999  Ulrike Grote (University of Bonn)
The Economics of Child Labor
 
13.04.1999  Boris F. Blumberg (Maastricht University)
Social Capital and the Self-Employment Decision
 
08.04.1999  David A. Jaeger (CUNY Graduate Center and IZA)
Admission Criteria and Immigrant Location Choice
 
06.04.1999 
Arbeitsangebotseffekte von Lohnsubventionen im Niedriglohnbereich
 
30.03.1999  Robert A. Hart (University of Stirling and IZA)
Overtime Working in an Unregulated Market
 
23.03.1999  Bernd Raffelhüschen (University of Freiburg)
Rentenreformvorschläge auf dem Prüfstand der Generationenbilanz
 
16.03.1999  Rudolf Winter-Ebmer (University of Linz and IZA)
Identifying the Effect of Unemployment on Crime
 
09.03.1999  Don J. DeVoretz (Simon Fraser University and IZA)
Canadian Human Capital Transfers: The USA and Beyond
 
04.03.1999  Christian Dustmann (University College London)
Wage Growth, Experience, and Seniority
 
02.03.1999  Gert G. Wagner (DIW Berlin and IZA)
Re-Regulation of Child Day Care in Germany - and Elsewhere?
 
23.02.1999  Laszlo Goerke (IAAEU, University of Trier and IZA)
Value-Added Tax Versus Social Security Contributions
 
09.02.1999  Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics and IZA)
Male-Female Differentials and Occupational Segregation
 
02.02.1999  Maarten Lindeboom (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and IZA)
Retirement, Financial Incentives and Health
 
26.01.1999  Lutz Bellmann (Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg and IZA)
Betriebliche Weiterbildung in Ost- und Westdeutschland
 
19.01.1999  Gerard A. Pfann (Maastricht University and IZA)
Workers Looking for Options to Quit
 
12.01.1999  Gerard J. van den Berg (University of Bristol and IZA)
Estimating Measures of Labor Market Imperfection for Five OECD Countries, Using Aggregate Data and an Equilibrium Search Framework