Economics Seminar

Presentations Summer Term 2024

The presentations take place in-person or virtually on Wednesdays at 2.15 - 3.15pm. The login details are included in the invitation email.

University of Duisburg-Essen
Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Universitaetsstrasse 12
45141 Essen

Contact:   daniel.kuehnle (at) or sebastian.otten (at)

17.04.2024Hans Henrik Sievertsen (University of Bristol)  Playing the system: trait manipulation and access to schoolsT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
24.04.2024Miriam Wüst (University of Copenhagen)Universal Investments in Toddler Health. Learning from a Large Government TrialT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
08.05.2024Karsten Reichold (TU Wien)Bootstrap Inference in Panels of Cointegrating Regressions with Global Stochastic TrendsT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
15.05.2024Elke Jahn (University of Bayreuth)Do Commuting Subsidies Drive Workers to Better Firms?T03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
22.05.2024Almut Balleer (RWI)Biased expectations and labor market outcomes: Evidence from German survey data and implications for the East-West wage gapT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
29.05.2024Max Steinhardt (FU Berlin)The impact of childhood inter-ethnic contact on hiring decisionsT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
05.06.2024Nora Strecker (University College Dublin) Falling tariffs: implications of globalization-induced tariff reductions on firms, workers, and tax revenuesT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
12.06.2024Dmitri Vinogradov (University of Glasgow)Survey-based expectations and uncertainty attitudesT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
19.06.2024Ioannis Arampatzidis (University of Duisburg-Essen)On the impact of shale oil boom on the global oil market and the US economyT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
03.07.2024Michel Serafinelli (University of Essex)The World’s Rust Belts: The Heterogeneous Effects of Deindustrialization on 1,993 Cities in Six CountriesT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm
10.07.2024Nathan Kettlewell (University of Technology Sydney) The heritability of economic preferencesT03 R02 D822.15-3.15pm

Find here the archive of the Economics Seminar.