IZA Research Seminar

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Next IZA Seminar:
18.09.2018  Camille Hémet (Sciences Po, Paris)

(takes place in SLS 5) - to be announced -
 

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 Amelie Schiprowski and Andreas Lichter, 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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Program:

 
04.12.2018  Manuel F. Bagues (Aalto University and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
27.11.2018  Steffen Altmann (University of Copenhagen and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
20.11.2018  Olmo Silva (London School of Economics and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
15.11.2018  Arne Uhlendorff (CREST and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
13.11.2018  Arash Nekoei (IIES, Stockholm University)
- to be announced -
 
06.11.2018  Sascha O. Becker (University of Warwick and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
30.10.2018  Adam S. Booij (University of Amsterdam)
Giftedness education away from the cutoff.
(joint work with Ferry Haan and Erik Plug)
 
23.10.2018  Randi Hjalmarsson (University of Gothenburg)
- to be announced -
 
16.10.2018  Pedro Carneiro (University College London and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
09.10.2018  Gordon B. Dahl (University of California, San Diego and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
18.09.2018  Camille Hémet (Sciences Po, Paris)

(takes place in SLS 5) - to be announced -
 
10.07.2018  Moritz Kuhn (University of Bonn and IZA)
Which Ladder to Climb? Wages of workers by job, plant, and education∗
(joint work with Christian Bayer)
(takes place in SLS 5)
 
03.07.2018  Daniel S. Hamermesh (Barnard College and IZA)
Taking Time Use Seriously: Income, Wages and Price Discrimination
(joint work with Jeff E. Biddle )
 
26.06.2018  Erik Hornung (University of Cologne)
Religious Practice and Student Performance: Evidence from Ramadan Fasting
(joint work with Guido Schwerdt and Maurizio Strazzeri)
 
19.06.2018  Jan Stuhler (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and IZA)
The Dynamic Response of Municipal Fiscal Budgets to Revenue Shocks
(joint work with Ines Helm)
 
12.06.2018  Olivier Marie (Erasmus University Rotterdam and IZA)
Job Destruction and Crime
(joint work with Ilka van de Werve)
 
05.06.2018  Brice Corgnet (EMLYON Business School)
Stressing You Out for Your Own Bad! Stochastic Rewards and Work Addiction
 
29.05.2018  N. Meltem Daysal (University of Southern Denmark and IZA)
Spillover Effects of Early-Life Medical Interventions
(takes place in SLS 5)
 
22.05.2018  Erik Plug (University of Amsterdam and IZA)
On the family origins of human capital: Evidence from donor-conceived children
(joint work with Petter Lundborg and Astrid Wurtz Rasmussen)
 
08.05.2018  Manudeep Bhuller (University of Oslo and IZA)
How the Internet Changed the Market for Print Media
(joint work with Tarjei Havnes, Jeremy McCauley and Magne Mogstad)
 
26.04.2018  Johanna Mollerstrom (DIW Berlin)
Income Mobility, Luck vs Effort Beliefs, and the Demand for Redistribution - Reality, Perceptions, and Dynamics
(takes place in SLS 5)
 
24.04.2018  Matthew J. Notowidigdo (Northwestern University and IZA)
The Effects of Information and Application Assistance:Experimental Evidence from SNAP
(joint work with Amy Finkelstein)
 
17.04.2018  Ulrich Wagner (University of Mannheim)
The Co-benefits of Climate Policy: Evidence from the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
(joint work with Laure B. de Preux)
 
10.04.2018  Michela Carlana (Harvard Kennedy School and IZA)
Stereotypes and Self-Stereotypes: Evidence from Teachers’ Gender Bias
 
05.04.2018  Kjell G. Salvanes (Norwegian School of Economics and IZA)
Breaking the Links: Natural Resource Booms and Intergenerational Mobility
 
27.03.2018  Joana Naritomi (London School of Economics)
Unemployment Insurance Schemes and Consumption: Evidence from Brazil
(joint work with François Gerard, Columbia University)
 
20.03.2018  Bernd Fitzenberger (Humboldt University Berlin and IZA)
End-of-Year Spending and the Long-Run Employment Effects of Training Programs for the Unemployed
(joint work with Marina Furdas and Christoph Sajons)
 
13.03.2018  Adam S. Booij (University of Amsterdam)
Can gifted and talented education raise the academic achievement of all high-achieving students?
(CANCELLED)
 
06.03.2018  Stefan Bauernschuster (University of Passau and IZA)
Bismarck's Health Insurance and the Mortality Decline
(joint work with Anastasia Driva and Erik Hornung)
 
27.02.2018  Dirk Sliwka (University of Cologne and IZA)
Learning and Performance Pay – Evidence from three Field Experiments in a Retail Chain
(joint work with Kathrin Manthei and Timo Vogelsang)
(takes place in SLS 5)
 
20.02.2018  Guido Schwerdt (University of Konstanz and IZA)
Skills, Signals, and Employability: An Experimental Investigation
(joint work with Marc Piopiunik, Lisa Simon and Ludger Woessmann)
(takes place in SLS 9)
 
16.01.2018  Ioana E. Marinescu (University of Pennsylvania and IZA)
The Labor Market Impacts of Universal and Permanent Cash Transfers: Evidence from the Alaska Permanent Fund
(joint work with Damon Jones)