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Internal Economic Research Seminar

Program Summer Semester 2022


Thursday, May 19th, 6pm

Gabriel Felbermayr
"Input on the Current Economic Policy in Europe and Austria"

Friday, May 20th, 9am - 3pm

Oscar Fernandez
"Explaining Long-Term Bond Yields Synchronization Dynamics in Europe"

Valentin Seidler
"Mapping household survey data quality in sub-Saharan Africa 2006-2019"

Sanela Omerovic
"Finite Mixture Models with Applications in Economics and Finance"

Peter Bednarik
"Competition and Indirect reciprocity"

Thomas Wiedenhofer
"Environmental Policies and Directed Technological Change?"

Anja Hahn
"Forward to the Past: Short-Term Effects of the Rent Freeze in Berlin"

Tingmingke Lu
"Households Behavioral Responses to Road Pricing Policies"

Dea Tusha
"How do domestic sector characteristics affect local sourcing by FDI? Evidence from Moldova"

Saturday, May 21st, 9am - 12.30pm

Gergely Hajdu
"Image Concerns and Voting Order in Group Decisions"

Philipp Poyntner
"The Effects of the ECB’s Corporate Quantitative Easing on Employment"

Severin Rapp
"Wealth distribution and household economies of scale: Does family structure matter for inequality?"

Sofie Waltl
"Hidden Bias in the Housing Market: Evidence from Real Estate Advertisements"

Pia Heckl
"Transmission of Gender Norms, Relative Labor Supply, and Economic Development"