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Economics Research Seminar

The institute organizes a regular research seminar in which researchers from other universities and research institutions present their original research. Papers from all subject areas of economics are welcome. The seminar is publicly announced at the JKU, but it primarily addresses the employees of the Institute for Economics and students at our university who are interested in economic issues. If a paper is available, we will be happy to link it.

With the kind support of the "Linzer Hochschulfonds".

Time: Wednesday, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Room: K 127A (Kepler building), opens an external URL in a new window or online

Coordinator: René Böheim



Presentations Winter Term 2022/23

All events listed in tabular form can be found further below.

05.10.2022

Lorenzo Ductor

"Network Effects Or Rent Extraction? Evidence From Editorial Board Rotation“
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12.10.2022

Guido Friebel

"Workplace Harassment Risk, Non-Disclosure Regulation, And Information Exchange In Firms"
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19.10.2022

Justus Haucap

"Wettbewerbspolitik zwischen Digitalisierung und Klimaschutz"
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09.11.2022

Emanuel Hansen

"Child-related Earnings Gaps in Germany" (with Timm Bönke, Ulrich Glogowksy, Holger Lüthen und Dominik Sachs)
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16.11.2022

Ana Costa-Ramón

"The Side Effects Of The Oral Contraceptive Pill" (with N. M. Daysal And A. Rodríguez-González)
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23.11.2022

Anna-Theresa Renner

"Hospital closures and patient outcomes: Evidence from AMI emergency admissions in Italy"
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30.11.2022

Analisa Packham

"The Effect of Universal and Unconditional Cash Transfers on Child Abuse and Neglect"
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07.12.2022

Jérôme Adda

"Health Beliefs and the Long Run Effect of Medical Information"
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14.12.2022

Eric Plug

"The only child" (joint work with Petter Lundborg, Astrid Rasmussen, and Julius Ilciukas)
11.01.2023

Bernhard Kasberger

"tba"
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18.01.2023

Marco Ottaviani

"tba"
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before Summer Term 2022

Previous presentations

Winter Term 2022/23

Date Speaker Topic
05.10.2022 Lorenzo Ductor (University of Granada) "Network Effects Or Rent Extraction? Evidence From Editorial Board Rotation"
12.10.2022 Guido Friebel (Goethe University of Frankfurt)

"Workplace Harassment Risk, Non-Disclosure Regulation, And Information Exchange In Firms"

19.10.2022 Justus Haucap (University of Düsseldorf)

"Wettbewerbspolitik zwischen Digitalisierung und Klimaschutz"

09.11.2022 Emanuel Hansen (University Cologne)

"Child-related Earnings Gaps in Germany" (with Timm Bönke, Ulrich Glogowksy, Holger Lüthen und Dominik Sachs)

16.11.2022

Ana Costa-Ramón (University of Zurich) "The Side Effects Of The Oral Contraceptive Pill (with N. M. Daysal And A. Rodríguez-González)"
23.11.2022 Anna-Theresa Renner (TU Vienna)

"Hospital closures and patient outcomes: Evidence from AMI emergency admissions in Italy"

30.11.2022

Analisa Packham (University of Vanderbilt)

"The Effect of Universal and Unconditional Cash Transfers on Child Abuse and Neglect"

07.12.2022 Jérôme Adda (Bocconi University) "Health Beliefs and the Long Run Effect of Medical Information"

14.12.2022

Eric Plug (University of Amsterdam) "The only child" (joint work with Petter Lundborg, Astrid Rasmussen, and Julius Ilciukas)
11.01.2022 Bernhard Kasberger (DICE)  
18.01.2022
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Marco Ottavianti (Bocconi University)  
25.01.2022 tba  


SEMINAR RULES

Each seminar lasts up to 60 minutes. The lecturer's presentation lasts up to 50 minutes, followed by questions from the audience (approx. 10 minutes). Each seminar is moderated by the chairperson.

Whenever possible, participants should keep their cameras turned on (to give the speaker the feeling of an audience) and their microphones turned off (to minimize background noise) during the presentation.

We'll experiment with different methods for asking questions. Only brief clarifying questions should be asked during the seminar. Speakers are encouraged to pause every few slides to leave a gap for questions.

These rules can change as we gain experience in how the seminar can be organized most efficiently.