Brown Bag Seminar

The aim of the Economics Brown Bag Seminar is to provide an informal forum for junior and senior faculty of the Economics Group to present their current research. The seminar takes place on Tuesdays between 1-1.45pm. Interested speakers are welcome to contact our office.

Economics Brown Bag Seminar

Speaker Topic Date
Emanuel Holler
WHU
Minimum resale price maintenance and upstream collusion: Empirical evidence from the German coffee cartel 21.05.19
12.00 h
Markus Kempers
WHU
Panel data analysis of mergers and acquisitions in family businesses – some open issues 18.02.19
13.00 h
Dmitry Smirnov
WHU
Application of Advanced Analytics for Proactive Retention Management in Noncontractual Settings 14.11.17
13.00 h
Benedikt Walter
WHU
Do Bilateral Investment Treaties Attract Foreign Direct Investment? The Role of Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provisions 26.09.17
13.00 h
Frederik Neugebauer
WHU
Measuring the Effect of ECB’s Asset Purchase Announcementst 12.09.17
13.00 h
Alexander Mayer
WHU
On the sense and nonsense of time series econometrics 08.12.15
13.00 h
Yiqiao Sun
WHU
Demography and sector-level price development 01.09.15
13.00 h
Patrick Huber
WHU
Real life challenges in regression analysis with empirical data 03.03.15
13.00 h
Alexander Mayer
WHU
Some aspects of estimating large heterogneous panel data moldes 20.02.15
13.00 h
Michael Massmann
WHU
Estimating a model of Eurozone inflation with adaptive learning 13.02.15
13.00 h