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18.06.2018
 
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Staff Seminars 2018

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June

  • Thu, 28th, 11.30 a.m.- 12.30 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Martina Flörke (Kassel University)
    Global-scale Simulation of Sectoral Water Use – Historical Trends and Future Projections
  • Tue 5th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Esther Ademmer, Tobias Stöhr (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    Much Ado About Nothing? The (Non-) Politicisation of the European Union in Social Media Debates on Migration
    Andreas Fuchs (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    The Effects of Foreign Aid on Refugee Flows

May

  • Thu, 17th, 4.00 p.m.- 5.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    David N. Weil (Brown University)
    Geography, Population Density, and per Capita Income Across Countries
  • Tue 8th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Franziska Schünemann (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    Policies for a Sustainable Biomass Energy Sector in Malawi: Enhancing Energy and Food Security Simultaneously
    Ianna Dantas (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    How can the Scarce Resource Water be Used in a Sustainable Way? (ViWA - Virtual Water Values)

April

  • Tue 3rd, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Lena Detlefsen (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems")
    Are Economic Preferences Shaped by the Family Context? The Impact of Birth Order and Siblings’ Sex Composition on Economic Preferences
    Gianluca Grimalda (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems")
    Sanctions and Imitation of Virtuous Behavior improve International Cooperation

March

  • Thu 8th, 4.00 p.m.- 5.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Samuel Kortum (Yale University)
    Firm-to-Firm Trade: Imports, Exports, and the Labor Market
  • Tue 6th, 1.30 p.m.- 2.30 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Aoife Hanley (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    Global Value Chains: Should Honesty (not Hypocrisy) Pay in a Post Block-Chain World?
    Robert Gold (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    It’s Not Only the Economy, Stupid: How Democratization and Trade Integration Interact

February

  • Tue 6th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Léa Marchal (Kiel Institute, RA "The Global Division of Labour")
    Foreign Workers and Exports: Exploring a Reverse Causality Bias
    Julian Hinz (Kiel Institute, RA "The Global Division of Labour")
    Now We’re Talking: Quantifying the Effect of Languages on Trade with 2 billion Tweets
The IfW Staff Seminar is intended for presentations of work in progress, finished projects or other kinds of research results. In addition, everyone is invited to share their experience in specific fields of economics. Presentations on theoretical advances, institutional settings, methodological aspects of economic modelling or econometric techniques are also welcome. The seminar language is German or English. Participation in the seminar is open to all interested staff and guests. Please send proposals or comments to
The IfW Staff Seminar is intended for presentations of work in progress, finished projects or other kinds of research results. In addition, everyone is invited to share their experience in specific fields of economics. Presentations on theoretical advances, institutional settings, methodological aspects of economic modelling or econometric techniques are also welcome. The seminar language is German or English. Participation in the seminar is open to all interested staff and guests. Please send proposals or comments to
The IfW Staff Seminar is intended for presentations of work in progress, finished projects or other kinds of research results. In addition, everyone is invited to share their experience in specific fields of economics. Presentations on theoretical advances, institutional settings, methodological aspects of economic modelling or econometric techniques are also welcome. The seminar language is German or English. Participation in the seminar is open to all interested staff and guests. Please send proposals or comments to