IZA Brown Bag Seminar

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Next Brown Bag Seminar:
09.12.2021  Christian Zimpelmann (IZA)
Janos Gabler (IZA)
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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 Jonas Radbruch and Maria Balgova. Please contact radbruch@iza.org or balgova@iza.org for further information.  

   

Place:

Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 5, 53113 Bonn

Time:

Thursday, 12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

 

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Program:

 
16.12.2021  Jonas Radbruch (IZA)
Amelie Schiprowski (University of Bonn and IZA)
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09.12.2021  Christian Zimpelmann (IZA)
Janos Gabler (IZA)
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02.12.2021  Marc Witte (IZA)
Why Don't Small Firms Merge? Experimental Evidence on Information Barriers
 
25.11.2021  Ahmed Elsayed (IZA)
The Women Empowering Effect of Higher Education
 
18.11.2021  Simon Trenkle (IZA)
The Impact of Job Disruptions on Households during the Covid-19 Pandemic
 
04.11.2021  Jonas Radbruch (IZA)
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28.10.2021  Sebastian Till Braun (University of Bayreuth and IZA)
Germany's Reversal of Fortune: Early Industrialization and the Emergence of the North-South Divide
 
21.10.2021  Christian Zimpelmann (IZA)
Hans-Martin von Gaudecker (University of Bonn)
GETTSIM
 
14.10.2021  Maria Balgova (IZA)
Recruitment and regional mobility
 
01.07.2021  Nico Pestel (ROA, Maastricht University and IZA)
Air Pollution Affects Decision Making: Evidence from the Ballot Box
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
24.06.2021  Daniel S. Hamermesh (Barnard College and IZA)
Publishing Economics: How Slow? Why Slow? Is Slow Productive? Fixing Slow?
(Webinar, takes place 14.00p.m.)
 
27.05.2021  Sebastian Till Braun (University of Bayreuth and IZA)
Railways, Growth, and Industrialization in a Developing German Economy, 1829-1910
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
29.04.2021  Ingo E. Isphording (IZA)
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22.04.2021  Terry Gregory (IZA)
Worker Adjustments to Firm-Level Automation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
01.04.2021  Ulf Rinne (IZA)
Annabelle Krause-Pilatus (IZA)
Working from Home and the Situation at Work during the Covid-19 Pandemic
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
25.03.2021  Research Ideas Speed Dating
 
 
11.03.2021  Marc Witte (IZA)
The Impact of Firm Downsizing on Workers: Evidence from Ethiopia's Ready-Made Garment Industry
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
21.01.2021  Maria Balgova (IZA)
The geography of recruitment
(Webinar, takes place 12.30p.m.)
 
14.01.2021  Steffen Altmann (IZA and University of Copenhagen)
Digital Tools to Facilitate Job Search