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Lunch-time Seminar in International Economics

The purpose of the seminar is to provide a platform for presenting and discussing ongoing research in the area of international economics. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please inform anyone you think may be interested in attending.

The seminar takes place on Fridays between 12:00 and 13:00h in the building of the Kiel Institute (Room 211, Medienraum).

If you would like to present your work in the seminar, please send an e-mail to Léa Marchal, Holger Görg or Horst Raff.

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March 24, 2017Robert Gold (IfW)

Instrumental Variables and Causal Mechanisms: Unpacking the Effect of Trade on Workers and Voters

February 17, 2017Göksu Aslan (Mesina University and ASP Kiel)

Negative Impact of Inequality on Economic Growth: Testing Transmission Channels

February 10, 2017Daniel te Kaat (Osnabrück University)

International Financial Integration and Funding Risks: Bank-Level Evidence from Latin America

January 20, 2017Max Steinhardt (Helmut-Schmidt-University)

The Impact of Xenophobic Violence on the Integration of Immigrants

Dec 9, 2017Yuan Zi (Graduate Institute Geneva)

Place: Lecture Hall
Trade Liberalization and the Great Labor Reallocation

Dec 7, 2016
4.30-6.00 p.m.
Bernhard Harms Price Lecture (Place: Großer Lesesaal ZBW) 
Marc Melitz (Harvard University) Competitive Effects of Trade: Theory and Measurement
Dec 2, 2016Magnus Lodefalk (Örebro University School of Business)Recruiting for Small Business Growth
Nov 25, 2016Naohiro Kitano (Director, JICA-RI, Japan)Estimating China’s Foreign Aid II: 2014 Update
Nov 18, 2016
  12:20 p.m.
Guzmán Ourens (Université Catholique de Louvain)Place: Universitas
Uneven Diversification and Divergence
Nov 11, 2016Holger Görg (IfW)Which Boats are lifted by a Foreign Tide? Estimating Direct and Indirect Wage Effects of Foreign Ownership in the Presence of Interactions
Nov 4, 2016Hale Utar (Universität Bielefeld)Marriage, Divorce, Fertility: Life in the Face of Import Competition
Oct 7, 2016Clément Nedoncelle (Lille University)How Multi-Destination Firms Shape the Effect of Exchange Rate Volatility on Trade: Micro Evidence and Aggregate Implications
Sep 2, 2016Julian Hinz (IfW)Collateral Damage: The Impact of the Russia Sanctions on Sanctioning Countries’ Exports
July 8, 2016Ahmed Fayez Abdelgouad (Leuphana University Lüneburg)Exporting and Workforce Skills-Intensity in the Egyptian Manufacturing Firms: Empirical Evidence Using World Bank Firm-Level Data for Egypt
June 24, 2016Antje Uhlig (GIZ, German International Cooperation Agency)Driving Sustainable Infrastructure Development and Finance: Building Blocks and Bottlenecks
June 17, 2016Jonathan Vogel (Columbia University)Place: Lecture Hall
Accounting for Changes in Between-Group Inequality
May 27, 2016Amit Khandelwal (Columbia Business School)Exporting and Firm Performance: Evidence from a Randomized Trial
April 21, 2016
4.00-5.00 p.m.
Staff Seminar Conference Room A-S25
Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano (London School of Economics) Geography, Technology, and Optimal Trade Policy with Heterogeneous Firms
March 4, 2016Richard Franke (IfW)The Cost of Remoteness Revisited
Feb 19, 2016Xiaobing Huang
 (School of Business, Gannan Normal University)
Environmental regulation, firm productivity and exporting behaviour
Feb 12, 2016Ru MA 
(Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Do surrounding territories really benefit from the innovation spillover of core city?
Feb 5, 2016Birgit MeyerProduct mix and foreign ownership: Evidence from India
Jan 22, 2016Michael Rose (University of Cape Town)Mirror, Mirror at the Wall, who is the most central of them all?







Previous Lunch-time Seminars 2015201420132012 | 2011 | 2010 | 20092008


Time: Fridays from 12:00 to 13:00h

Location: Kiel Institute, Room 211 (Medienraum)


Prof. Horst Raff

Prof. Holger Görg


Léa Marchal, Ph.D.
tel. (0431) 8814-632

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