WUWAE­TRIX^6: 6th WU-Work­shop in Applied Econo­metrics | June 20, 2018 | WU Vienna (Room D5.1.002, in the D5 buil­ding) | Jesus Crespo Cuaresma (WU) and Gernot Doppel­hofer (NHH-Bergen and WU)

The sixth WU-Work­shop in Applied Econo­metrics (WUWAE­TRIX^6) will take place on June 20 at the Vienna Univer­sity of Econo­mics and Busi­ness (Room D5.1.002, in the D5 buil­ding). WUWAE­TRIX is an informal seminar on applied econo­metric methods jointly orga­nized by Jesus Crespo Cuaresma (WU) and Gernot Doppel­hofer (NHH-Bergen and WU). The aim of the work­shop is to provide a forum for discus­sion of ongoing rese­arch on applied econo­metrics, in parti­cular by young scho­lars. Below is the program of the work­shop. You are all invited to attend, no regis­tra­tion is needed.


9:00-9:30 Kilian Rieder (WU)Should Mone­tary Policy Lean Against The Wind? Quasi-­Ex­pe­ri­mental Evidence From FED Poli­cies In 1920
9:30-10:00Maxi­mi­lian Böck (WU)On The Empi­rics Of Poli­tical Stabi­lity And Economic Growth
10:00-10:30Stefan Schiman (WIFO)Labor Supply Shocks And The Recent Shift Of The Beve­ridge Curve In Austria
10:30-11:00Gregor Zens (WU)Robust Deter­mi­nants Of Class Membership: Baye­sian Variable Selec­tion In Mixture Of Experts Models
11:30-12:00Michael Pfaf­fer­mayr (Univer­sity of Inns­bruck)Trade Crea­tion And Trade Diver­sion Of Regional Trade Agree­ments Revi­sited: A Cons­trained Panel Pseu­do-­Ma­ximum Likelihood Approach
12:00-12:30 Michael Pfarr­hofer (WU)Targeted Random Projec­tions For Large-­S­cale VAR Models
12:30-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:00Phillip Poyntner (WU)The Effects Of The ECB's Corpo­rate Quan­ti­ta­tive Easing On Euro­pean Firms
14:00-14:30Simon Pröll (BOKU)Markup And Adver­ti­sing In The German Brewing Sector
14:30-15:00Niko Hauzen­berger (WU)Model Insta­bi­lity In Predic­tive Exch­ange Rate Regres­sions
15:00-15:30Paul Pelzl (OeNB)How Did The 2008-9 Finan­cial Crisis Affect Bank Credit Supply And The Real Economy? Bank-­Fir­m-­Level Evidence From Austria
15:30-16:00 Atanas Pekanov (WIFO)Fiscal Multi­pliers In The East And The West

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