TUM Research Seminar in Economics

Short Description

The Research Seminar of the Chair of Economics at the TU Munich offers its employees and interested guests the opportunity to outline their research projects or to present and discuss research results together. A lecture should not exceed 40 minutes in length to allow for sufficient discussion time. The lecture language is German or English.

If you would also like to present a research project, please send an email to Julian Hackinger.



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The seminar takes place on Wednesdays from 17:00 to 18:00 in seminar room 2418.

The following dates are planned in detail:

Date Presentation
17.10.2018 Michael Kurschilgen (TUM, Managerial Economics)
"Communication is More than Information Sharing - The Role of Status Knowledge"
18:00 - 19:00
Dirk Engelmann (HU Berlin)
"Preferences over Taxation of High Income Individuals: Evidence from Survey and Laboratory Experiments"
14.11.2018 Magnus Strobel (TUM, Managerial Economics)
"Detection Probability and Sabotage: Evidence from the Introduction of Video Assistant Referees in Professional Football"
05.12.2018 Thomas Daske (TUM, Economics)
"Efficient Incentives in Social Networks"
12.12.2018 Christoph Gschnaidtner (TUM, Economics)
"Contagious Bank Runs"
19.12.2018 Florian Inderst (TUM, Economics)
"The impact of migration on emigration countries: The role of migrants’ pre-migration education"
23.01.2019 Annette Becker (TUM, Economics of Innovation)
"Labor division in R&D – Firm size and the specialization in corporate research"
30.01.2019 Carsten Feuerbaum (KU Eichstätt Ingolstadt)
"Labor Supply and Automation Innovation"
18:30 - 19:30
Leonard Przybilla (TUM, Information Systems)
"The Influence of Agile Practices on Performance in Software Engineering Teams: A Subgroup Perspective"