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Staff Seminars 2017

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November

  • Tue 14th 13.30 p.m.-14.30 p.m., Room 211 (Medienraum)
    Natalia Trofimenko
    Creativity 2.0: Accessing the Genius Within
  • Tue 7th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Michael Stolpe (Kiel Institute, PA "The Global Health Economy" and DFG-Cluster of Excellence Inflammation at Interfaces)
    A Historical Perspective on the Ethics and Economics of 
       German Health Policy in the 20th Century and Beyond

    Improving Research-based Policy Advice: Lessons Learned 
       from Evidence-based Medicine

October

  • Wed 18th 4.00 p.m.- 5.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Francis Kramarz (CREST (ENSAE))
    Insurance Between Firms: The Role of Internal Labor Markets
  • Tue 10th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Josefin Meyer (Kiel Institute, RA "Global Macroeconomics and Global Governance" and LMU Munich)
    200 Years of Sovereign Haircuts and Bond Returns
    Christoph Trebesch (Kiel Institute, RA "Global Macroeconomics and Global Governance" and CEPR)
    The Seniority Structure of Sovereign Debt

September

  • Wed 20th 10.00 a.m.-11.00 a.m., Lecture Hall
    Marion Jansen (International Trade Centre, Geneva)
    The Use of Economics in International Trade and Investment Disputes
  • Tue 12th 3.00 p.m.-4.00 p.m., Paul Nortz Saal (HWC)
    Kaivan Munshi (University of Cambridge)
    Wealth, Marriage, and Sex Selection
  • Tue 5th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Wolfgang Lechthaler (Kiel Institute, RA "Macroeconomic Policy under Market Imperfections")
    The Dynamic and Distributional Aspects of Import Tariffs
    Matthias Raddant (Kiel Institute, RA "Macroeconomic Policy under Market Imperfections")
    Herding and Homophily in Social Networks  

August

  • Tue 29th, 1.30 p.m.- 2.15 p.m., Room 211 (Medienraum)
    Denitsa Angelova
    A Model of Enterprise-Level Crop Yields under Climate Change

June

  • Tue 6th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Toman Barsbai (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    The Economics of Family-based Migration
    Kacana Sipangule (Kiel Institute, RA "Poverty Reduction, Equity, and Development")
    Market Exposure Increases Smallholders’ Competitive Behavior and Closes the Gender Gap

May

  • Tue 2nd, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Christine Bertram (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    Biodiversity and Optimal Multi-Species Ecosystem Management  
    Christine Merk (Kiel Institute, RA "The Environment and Natural Resources")
    Research on Climate Engineering at the Kiel Institute and Scientists’ and Lay Persons’ Views on Climate Engineering   

April

  • Tue 4th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Patrick Ring (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems")
    It’s All About Gains: Risk Preferences and Problem Gambling 
    Gianluca Grimalda (Kiel Institute, RA "Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems")
    Exposure to and Recall of Violence Reduce Cognitive Control  

March

  • Tue 7th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Dirk Dohse (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    Do Toll-free Highways Foster Firm Formation and Employment Growth? Results from a Quasi-natural Experiment 
    Eckhardt Bode (Kiel Institute, RA "Knowledge Creation and Growth")
    Worker Personality: Another Skill Bias Beyond Education in the Digital Age  

February

  • Tue 7th, 2.00 p.m.- 3.00 p.m., Lecture Hall
    Cecília Hornok (Kiel Institute, RA "The Global Division of Labour")
    Employment-Output Relationship and Labor Market Policies 
    Olivier N. Godart (Kiel Institute, RA "The Global Division of Labour")
    Does Offshoring Affect Job Transitions? Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data for Germany  
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