Seminar für empirische Wirtschaftsforschung (Prof. Winter)




Research Workshop "Empirical Economics"


Tuesday, 14.00–15.30, Seminar für Komparative Wirtschaftsforschung, Lehrstuhl-Bibliothek, Akademiestraße 1/III.


This workshop is intended for all graduate students writing their doctoral thesis at the Seminar für Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung or the Seminar für Komparative Wirtschaftsforschung as well as for all members of the Department of Economics who are interested in empirical research. External researchers are also welcome to present if we have slots.

Course description

This is an internal and informal research workshop. Participants are encouraged to present their research projects at an early stage. Completed papers are not required.

List of presentations

21.04.  - kein Seminar -
28.04. Lars Hornuf
"The Societas Europaea: Good news for European Firms"
05.05. Nicolas Sauter
"Tax Incentives, Bequest Motives and the Demand for Life Insurance: Evidence from Germany"
12.05. Julius Pahlke
"Precautionary Bidding in First Price Auctions – An empirical analysis employing data of an online football manager game"
19.05. André Ebner
Mortgage choice, LTV ratio and Home Equity Withdrawal. Evidence from the Netherlands"
26.05. Iris Kesternich
02.06. Ines Pelger
Home employment effects of outward FDI: Evidence from German MNEs
09.06. Ulrike Jäger
Special slot, Ludwigstr. 28 VG, Room 301:
Carola Frydman
"Does Military Experience Affect CEO Performance?" (with Effi Benmelech)
16.06. Martin Watzinger
23.06. Stefanie Schurer (University of Melbourne)
"Do riches reduce pain?" (with Andrew M. Jones and Michael A. Shields)
30.06. Stefan Vetter
"Fairness and Cheating"
07.07. Elke Lüdemann
"Identity and Entrepreneurship – Peer effects and occupational choice"
14.07. Beatrice Scheubel
21.07. Amelie Wuppermann