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Research @SEPS

Our research is current and demonstrates the expertise of our academic institution. Our researchers are regularly awarded for their excellent research work, which contributes to the high national and international reputation of the HSG, both among academics and practitioners.

Our research focuses on the interaction of practice and theory and sharing expert knowledge through discussion papers and research seminars. 

Research Seminars

Research Seminars

Our Research seminars serve as a platform for the presentation and discussion of current research done in Economics and Political Science. Attendees from across the globe participate and at present in our research seminars. The seminars are open to the public and can be attended by anyone who is interested. Please contact us to be placed on our weekly mailing list or if you are interested in becoming a presenter.

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Research and Discussion Papers

Our research is current and demonstrates the expertise of our academic institution. We run numerous research projects and successfully secure funding from national and international institutions such as the Swiss National Science Foundation, the National Center for Competence in Research, the Framework Program of the EU, and the German Research community. Our researchers are regularly awarded for their excellent research work, which contributes to the high national and international reputation of the HSG, both among academics and practitioners. 

Here you may find the links to the Template for Discussion Papers, the Guidelines for Publishing Discussion Papers and the HSG Research Platform Alexandria.

Our researchers (Economics Department) publish their initial research results in their own series of discussion papers. The papers are published on the database "Research Papers in Economics" (RePEc). RePEc is one of the most important databases for researchers in Economics.

The current discussion papers are published below. These may be downloaded from RePEc (Research Papers in Economics).

Please contact the authors directly if you have any questions or suggestions regarding the content. 

 

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Authors

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2023-01
Martin Brown, Matthias Fengler, Jonas Huwyler, Winfried Koeniger, Rafael Lalive, Robert Rohrkemper
Monitoring Consumption Switzerland: Data, Background, and Use Cases
DP-2301
2023-02
Stefan Buehler, Rachel Chen, Daniel Halbheer
Circular Business Models: Product Design and Consumer Participation
DP-2302
2023-03
Petyo Bonev
Behavioral Spillovers
DP-2303
2023-04
Hamed Markazi Moghadam, Patrick A. Puhani, and Joanna Tyrowicz
Pension Reforms and Couples' Labour Supply Decisions

DP-2304

2023-05
Brendon McConnell and Arnau Valladares-Esteban
Do Employers Positively Discriminate Married Workers?
DP-2305
2023-06
Peter Egger and Christian Keuschnigg
Resource Dependence, Recycling, and Trade
DP-2306
2023-07
Matthias Fengler and Tri Minh Phan
A Topic Model for 10-K Management Disclosures
DP-2307

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