IZA Research Seminar

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Next IZA Seminar:
30.04.2019  Arthur van Soest (Tilburg University and IZA)
How does an allowance for a non-working younger partner affect the retirement behaviour of couples?
(joint work with Amparo Nagore García)
 

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 Jonas Radbruch, 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:

 
10.12.2019  Erzo F.P. Luttmer (Dartmouth College and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
19.11.2019  Charles Bellemare (Université Laval and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
29.10.2019  Paolo Pinotti (Bocconi University)
- to be announced -
 
01.10.2019  Giulia Giupponi (London School of Economics)
- to be announced -
 
24.09.2019  Matthias Doepke (Northwestern University and IZA)

(takes place in SLS 5) - to be announced -
 
10.09.2019  David Neumark (University of California, Irvine and IZA)
- to be announced -
 
18.06.2019  Pietro Biroli (University of Zurich and IZA)

(takes place in SLS 5) - to be announced -
 
04.06.2019  Victoria L. Prowse (Purdue University and IZA)
Using goals to motivate college students: Theory and evidence from field experiments
(joint work with Damon Clark, David Gill and Mark Rush)
 
28.05.2019  Marco Manacorda (Queen Mary, University of London and IZA)
The Politics and Economics of Government aid
(joint work with T. Colussi, G. Lecce and M. Onorato)
 
21.05.2019  Zsofia Barany (Sciences Po, Paris)
Engines of Sectoral Labor Productivity Growth
(joint work with Christian Siegel)
 
14.05.2019  Johannes Abeler (University of Oxford and IZA)
Determinants and malleability of truth-telling preferences
(joint work with Armin Falk and Fabian Kosse)
 
30.04.2019  Arthur van Soest (Tilburg University and IZA)
How does an allowance for a non-working younger partner affect the retirement behaviour of couples?
(joint work with Amparo Nagore García)
 
16.04.2019  Paul Muller (University of Gothenburg)
How Wage Announcements Affect Job Search: A Field Experiment
(joint work with Michèle Belot and Philipp Kircher)
 
02.04.2019  Michael Kosfeld (Goethe University Frankfurt and IZA)
Do Preferences and Biases predict Life Outcomes? Evidence from Education and Labor Market Entry Decisions
(joint work with Uschi Backes-Gellner, Holger Herz, and Yvonne Oswald)
 
26.03.2019  David B. Huffman (University of Pittsburgh and IZA)
Bounded Rationality as a Limit to Gaming of Workplace Incentive Systems
(joint work with Johannes Abeler, David Huffman, Collin Raymond)
 
12.03.2019  Ingvild Almås (IIES, Stockholm University)
Cutthroat capitalism versus cuddly socialism: Are Americans more meritocratic and efficiency-seeking than Scandinavians?"
joint work with A. Cappelen and B. Tungodden (takes place in SLS 5)
 
07.03.2019  Tomás Jagelka (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris)
Preferences, Ability, and Personality: Explaining Heterogeneity in Decisions Under Risk and Delay
 
26.02.2019  Hale Utar (University of Bielefeld)
Firms and Labor in Times of Violence: Evidence from the Mexican Drug War