TUM Research Seminar in Economics

Kurzbeschreibung

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.

This semester the seminar takes place every Wednesday from 09:45 to 10:45 in seminar room 2418.

The following dates are planned in detail:

 

Date Presentation
09.11.2016

Aidas Masiliūnas (Aix-Marseille School of Economics)
"Overcoming Coordination Failure in a Critical Mass Game"

23.11.2016

Thomas Daske (TUM, VWL)
"Mechanism Design for Companions and Rivals"

30.11.2016

Joachim Henkel (TUM, Technology and Innovation Management)
"High risk or low cost – Dichotomous choices of R&D strategy by startups in markets for technology"

07.12.2016

Michael Kurschilgen (TUM, Managerial Economics)
"Conflict, Agreement, and the Shadow of the Future"

14.12.2016

Christoph Gschnaidtner (TUM, VWL)
"Competition in the credit rating market: Does a state-run credit rating agency increase market efficiency?"

21.12.2016

Rudi Stracke (LMU, Population Economics)
"Having the Lead vs. Lagging Behind: The Incentive Effect of Headstarts in Tournaments"

11.01.2017

Florian Inderst (TUM, VWL)
"Die Auswirkungen selektiver Migrationspolitik auf die Humankapitalentwicklung in Entwicklungsländern"

18.01.2017

Hanna Hottenrott (TUM, Economics of Innovation)
"Direct and Cross-scheme Effects in a Targeted R&D Subsidy Program"

25.01.2017

Roman Fudickar (TUM, Economics of Innovation)
"The Role of Public Research for Innovation Performance in New Technology Based Firms"

01.02.2017

Julian Hackinger (TUM, VWL)
"A Positive Model of Source-Dependent Preferences: Theory and Applications"

08.02.2017

Friederike Lenel (DIW, Uni Göttingen)
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