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Zum „RWI Research Seminar” lädt das RWI nationale und internationale Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler zur Präsentation ihrer aktuellen Forschungsergebnisse ein.


Die Seminare finden in der Regel montags statt und dauern inklusive der anschließenden Diskussion ungefähr eine Stunde. Aktuelle Termine finden sich unter Termine.

Übersicht der Referent/innen seit Januar 2020

Dr. Trine Engh Vattø (Statistics Norway) (22. Mai 2023)

Prof. Dr. Colin Green (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) (21. März 2023)

Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin von Gaudecker (Universität Bonn) (13. März 2023)

Prof. Dr. Mara Squicciarini (Bocconi University) (27. Februar 2023)

Dr. Yvonne Giesing (ifo Institut) (06. Februar 2023)

Prof. Dr. Michael Böhm (TU Dortmund) (30. Januar 2023)

Prof. Dr. Davud Rostam-Afschar “Followers or Ignorants? Central Bank Forecasts and Price Setting Behavior of Firms” (Universität Mannheim) (23. Januar 2023)

Dr. Joonas Tuhkuri "New Evidence oft he Effect of Technology on Employment and Skill Demand" (MIT, Berlin School of Economics) (08. Dezember 2022)

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Ottinger “Racial Discrimination in Innovation: Evidence from US Inventors” (CERGE-EI) (28. November 2022)

PD Dr. Christian Growitsch „Germany's economic vulnerability to a decrease in China trade“ (Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW) (25. November 2022)

Prof. Dr. Lena Dräger "Political Shocks and Inflation Expectations: Evidence from the 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine“ (Leibniz-Universität Hannover) (07. November 2022)

Prof. Dr. Attila Lindner "Quality Complementarity in Supplier-Client Networks" (University College London) (02. November 2022)

Prof. Dr. Mishel Ghassibe "Endogenous Production Networks and Non-Linear Monetary Transmission" (CREi) (27. Oktober 2022)

Prof. Dr. Martin Kesternich "More Money or Better Procedures? Evidence From an Energy Efficiency Assistance Program" (ZEW) (17. Oktober 2022)

Prof. Dr. Kenneth Gillingham "The Electric Vehicle Rebound Effect" (Yale University) (13. Oktober 2022)

Prof. Dr. Kristina Strohmaier (Universität Duisburg-Essen) (10. Oktober 2022)

Prof. Dr. Michel Serafinelli "The World’s Rust Belts" (University of Essex) (26. September 2022)

Prof. Dr. Julius Andersson "Decarbonisation and the Role of Nuclear Energy: Evidence from France" (Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics) (23. September 2022)

Prof. Dr. Simon Jäger (MIT) (19. September 2022)

Dr. Gerhard Riener "Hidden moral costs of control" (DICE) (12. September 2022)

Dr. Sofía Fernández Guerrico "Flexible Wages and the Costs of Job Displacement" (Université Libre de Bruxelles) (29. August 2022)

Prof. Dr. Astrid Kunze "Parental Leave from the Firm's Perspective" (Norwegian School of Economics) (22. August.2022)

Prof. Dr. Suanna Oh "Does Identity Affect Labor Supply?" (Paris School of Economics)  (08. August 2022)

Prof. Dr. Silvia Prina ""Covid-19 and The Labor Market Outcomes of Asian-Americans"" (Northeastern University) (01. August 2022)

Prof. Dr. Meghan Skira "The Response of Firms to Maternity Leave and Sickness Absence" (University of Georgia) (25. Juli 2022)

Prof. Dr. Fabian Lange "On the Role of Learning, Human Capital, and Performance Incentives for Wages" (McGill University) (21. Juli 2022)

Prof. Dr. Leander Heldring "Bureaucracy as a Tool for Politicians: evidence from Weimar and Nazi Germany" (Northwestern University) (11. Juli 2022)

Michael Navarrete "COBOLing Together UI Benefits: How Delays in Fiscal Stabilizers Impact Aggregate Consumption" (University of Maryland) (07. Juli 2022)

Prof. Dr. Eliza Forsythe "Computerization of White Collar Jobs" (University of Illinois) (07. Juni 2022)

Prof. Dr. Marco Tabellini "The Seeds of Ideology: Historical Immigration and Political Preferences in the United States" (Harvard Business School) (25. Mai 2022)

Prof. Dr. Gulio Zanella "Expanding university access: Lessons from the UK experience in 1960-2004" (University of Bologna) (23. Mai 2022)

Prof. Dr. Florence Gofette-Nagot "Neighbourhood effects in job search" (GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne) (20. Mai 2022)

Prof. Dr. Sanne Kruse-Becher (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) (16. Mai 2022)

Barbara Boelmann (Universität Köln) "Women’s missing mobility and higher education: Evidence from Germany’s university expansion" (13. Mai 2022)

Dr. Sandra Rozo "Life Out of the Shadows: Impacts of Amnesties in the Lives of Refugees" (World Bank) (04. Mai 2022)

Prof. Dr. Ludger Schuknecht (AIIB) (28. April 2022)

Prof. Dr. Laura Giuliano "The Longer-Term Impacts of Gifted Education" (UC Santa Cruz) (25. April 2022)

Nicole Wägner "Effectiveness, Spillovers, and Well-Being Effects of Driving Restriction Policies" (DIW) (11. April 2022)

Prof. Dr. Lisa Kahn "Where have all the workers gone? Recalls versus reallocation in the COVID recovery." (University of Rochester) (04. April 2022)

Prof. Dr. Katrina Jessoe "The Long-Run Industry Impacts of Pricing Externalities: Groundwater and Agricultural Land Use" (UC Davis) (28. März 2022)

Dr. Juni Singh (Caltech) "Endogenous Institution: A Network Experiment" (21. Februar 2022)

Dr. Matteo Gamalerio (University of Barcelona) (24. Januar 2022)

Prof. Lawrence Kahn (Cornell University) (22. Dezember 2021)

Prof. Dr. Brian Jacob (University of Michigan) (05. November 2021)

Dr. Abu Siddique (Technische Universität München) (25. Oktober 2021)

Prof. Dr. Scott Carrell (UC Davis) (18. Oktober 2021)

Prof. Dr. Ioana Marinescu (University of Pennsylvania) (24. September 2021)

Dr. Johannes König (DIW) (09. August 2021)

Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen (University of Tübingen): “The effects of the German minimum wage on the distribution of hourly wages and hours worked” (02. August 2021)

Prof. Dr. Costanza Naguib (University of Bern): "Estimating the Heterogeneous Effects of Opening the Borders with Causal Forests" (19. Juli 2021)

Prof. Dr. Verena Tiefenbeck (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg): “Using digital nudges to encourage healthier food product choices in online stores” (05. Juli 2021)

Prof. Dr. Ethan Lewis (Dartmouth College): „New Technologies, Productivity, and Jobs: The (Heterogeneous) Effects of Electrification on US Manufacturing” (28. Juni 2021, virtuell)

Prof. Dr. Nathan Fiala (University of Connecticut, RWI): "Taking soft skills training to scale: Evidence on business and labor market outcomes in Tanzania" (14. Juni 2021)

Prof. Dr. Paul J. Ferraro (Johns Hopkins University): "Questionable research practices and subsequent replicability crisis in environmental and resource economics." (07. Juni 2021)

Prof. Dr. Michael Pflüger (Universität Würzburg) (31. Mai 2021)

Anna Stansbury (Harvard University): "Employer Concentration and Outside Options" (17. Mai 2021)

Barbara Boelmann (CReAM, Universität Köln): "Wind of Change? Cultural Determinants of Maternal Labor Supply" (10. Mai 2021)

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Siegloch (ZEW, Universität Mannheim): „Welfare Effects of Property Taxes“ (03. Mai 2021)

Dr. Madeleine Gelblum (Facebook): "Preferences for Job Tasks and Gender Gaps in the Labor Market" (23. April 2021, virtuell)

Dr. Anja Bauer (IAB): "Lockdown length and strength: labour-market effects in Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic" (12. April 2021)

Prof. Dr. Francisco Cabrera-Hernández (University of Monterrey): "Women as caregivers: Full - Time Schools and Grand-Mothers’ Labour Supply" (09. April 2021)

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dauth (Universität Würzburg): „Matching in Cities" (29. März 2021)

Dr. Rosa Sanchis-Guarner (Queen Mary University London): „Home Broadband and Human Capital Formation“ (15. März 2021)

Louis-Pierre Lepage (University of Michigan): "Discrimination and Segregation in the Real Estate Market: Evidence from Terrorist Attacks and Mosques" (08. März 2021)

Prof. Dr.  María Padilla-Romo (University of Tennessee) (26. Februar 2021)

Prof. Dr. Zohal Hessami (RUB): "Women as Policymakers in Deliberative Bodies" (22. Februar 2021)

Prof. Dr. Markus Nagler (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg): "Can Peer Mentoring Improve Online Teaching Effectiveness? An RCT During the COVID-19 Pandemic" (15. Februar 2021)

Dr. Franz Westermaier (Universität Wuppertal): "Young labels die hard - Effects of school starting age on special needs diagnosis" (11. Dezember 2020, virtuell)

Dr. Gaspare Tortorici (Universität Heidelberg): "International Migration Responses to the 1908 Messina-Reggio Calabria Earthquake" (07. Dezember 2020, virtuell)

Dr. Sylvi Rzepka (Universität Potsdam): „Goal-setting in a Blended Learning Environment“ (30. November 2020, virtuell)

Prof. Dr. Dominik Sachs (LMU München):  „The Indirect Fiscal Benefits of Low-Skilled Immigration“ (16. November 2020)

Prof. Dr. Jesse Bruhn (Brown University): "The Geography of Gang Violence" (13. November 2020, virtuell)

Prof. Dr. Vincenzo Carrieri (Magna Graecia University): "Health’s kitchen: Effects of media exposure on health behaviors" (06. November 2020, virtuell)

Dr. Ludger Schuknecht (OECD): "The Political Economy of the G20 Agenda on Financial Regulation" (22. Oktober 2020, virtuell)

Dr. Apostolos Davillas (University of East Anglia): "The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on inequality of opportunity in psychological distress in the UK" (19. Oktober 2020, virtuell)

Prof. Dr. Marco Francesconi (University of Essex) (28. September 2020)

Dr. Anja Bauer (IAB): "History Dependence in Wages and Cyclical Selection: Evidence from Germany" (21. September 2020)

Dr. María Sánchez Vidal (KSNET): “Retail shocks and city structure” (17. Juli 2020)

Prof. Dr. Bernd Frick (Universität Paderborn): "Timing Matters: Worker Absenteeism in a Weekly Backward Rotating Shift System" (13. Juli 2020)

Dr. Wiljan van den Berge (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis) (20. April 2020)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bauernschuster (Universität Passau): “Speed Limit Enforcement and Road Safety: Evidence from German Blitzmarathons” (10. Februar 2020)

Prof. Dr. Melanie Luhrmann (Royal Holloway, University of London): „Effect of University Tuition Fees on Teenagers’ Education“ (31. Januar 2020)

Prof. Dr. Daniel Kühnle (Universität Duisburg-Essen): „A Journey To Social Inclusion? Evidence on the impact of an intensive housing-led support program for the chronically homeless" (27. Januar 2020)

Prof. Dr. Annaig Morin (Copenhagen Business School) (20. Januar 2020): „Workplace Heterogeneity and Wage Inequality in Denmark”

Dr. Imke Rhoden (Ruhr Universität Bochum): „Innovative Activity over Space and Time“ (16. Januar 2020)

Krystal Lau (13. Januar 2020)


Daniela Flörchinger
Referentin des Vorstands
Tel.: (0201) 8149-511