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Staff Seminars 2016

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May

  • Tue 31st 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Ruth Delzeit (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    Addressing Future Trade-offs between Biodiversity and Cropland Expansion to Improve Food Security 
    Wilfried Rickels (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    Regulation of Radiation Management: Uncertainty and Incentives 
  • Fri 6th 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Media Room (A-211)
    Ansgar Scherp (CAU, ZBW)
    About Knowledge Discovery, Text and Data Mining, and Ontologies 
  • Tue 3rd 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    David Benček (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    Explaining Hate Crimes Against Refugees in Germany: Spill-overs or Local Determiants 
    Tobias Stöhr (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    Openness to Concerns of Host Country Population Improves Attitudes towards Immigrants 

April

  • Thu 21st 4.00 p.m.- 5.00 p.m., Conference Room (A-S25)
    Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano (London School of Economics)
    Geography, Technology, and Optimal Trade Policy with Heterogeneous Firms 
  • Wed 6th 2.00 p.m.- 2.45 p.m., Media Room (Room 211)
    Michal Burzynski (Université Catholique de Louvain)
    Time, Space and Skills in Designing Visa Policy 
  • Tue 5th 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Menusch Khadjavi (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems ")
    Truth Telling to the Regulator? Evidence from a Field Experiment with Commercial Fishermen 
    Ulrich Schmidt (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems")
    Risk Taking in Groups: One Woman is not Enough 

March

  • Thu 24th 1.30 p.m.- 2.15 p.m., Media Room (Room 211)
    Riika Savolainen (Alto University, Helsinki)
    How Policies Influence Voter Sentiments: Evidence from Asylum Center Placements 
  • Thu 24th 10.30 a.m.- 11.15 a.m., Media Room (Room 211)
    Metin Nebiler (European University Institute, Florence)
    Occupational Mobility and the Impact of German Citizenship on Occupational Assimilation 
  • Thu 24th 9.00 a.m.- 9.45 a.m., Media Room (Room 211)
    Michal Burzynski (Université Catholique de Louvain) **cancelled**
    Time, Space and Skills in Designing Visa Policy 
  • Tue 1st 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Aoife Hanley (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    Is Green Innovation a Win-Win for Firms? 
    Frank Bickenbach, Dirk Dohse, Robert Gold, Wan-Hsin Liu (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    Do We Need a German Harvard? The Future of the “Excellence Initiative” from an Economist’s Point of View 

February

  • Wed 10th 2.00 p.m.-3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Vasyl Golosnoy (Ruhr University Bochum)
    Revealing Fed's Principles: Empirical Similarity for Interest Rate Adjustments 
  • Tue 2nd 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Holger Görg (Kiel Institute, RA "The Global Division of Labour")
    Introducing a New Survey of Management Practices in Germany 
  • Tue 2nd 11.30 a.m.-12.15 p.m., Common Room
    Mattia Di Ubaldo (University of Sussex)
    Product Cost-Share: A Catalyst of the Trade Collapse 
  • Tue 2nd 10.00 a.m.-10.45 a.m., Common Room
    Elena Grinza (University of Turin)
    Replacing Workers: Is It a Boon or a Bane for Firm Productivity? 

January

  • Thu 28th 1.30 p.m.-2.15 p.m., Common Room
    Julian Hinz (University Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne)
    The View from Space: Theory-based Time-varying Distances in the Gravity Model 
  • Thu 28th 10.00 a.m.-10.45 a.m., Media Room
    Cecilia Hornok (Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
    Markup and Productivity of Exporters and Importers 
  • Wed 27th 1.30 p.m.-2.15 p.m., Common Room
    Léa Marchal (University of Lille)
    How Immigrant Workers Foster French Exports 
  • Wed 13th 4.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics)
    Using Minimum Wages to Identify the Labor Market Effects of Immigration