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Economics Brown Bag Seminar

Wednesdays, 12:15-13:15
during the semester

The Econ Brown Bag Seminar is primarily intended as an opportunity for internal speakers to present and discuss their work. All members of the SEPS are invited and encouraged to attend. Presentations by Ph.D. students are particularly welcomed!

Spring 2024

 

Date

Time/Location

Presenter

Topic

Wednesday,
21 Feb
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus   
Room 01-308                     
Paolo Piacquadio
FGN-HSG
 
"A modular theory of intergenerational justice: discounting and inequality"
Wednesday,
28 Feb
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Florian Röser
Uni Konstanz
"Fiscal policy and human capital in the race against the machine."
 
Wednesday,  
6 Mar         
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Hassan Lekssays
Visiting Scholar at School of Economics and Political Science SEPS-HSG
PhD Student at UM6P from Morocco working on social innovations
"The Global Social Innovation Index"
Wednesday,
13 Mar
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Kalaivani Karunanethy
Uni Lausanne / Uni Zürich
"Human Capital Investments Under Uncertainty: Income Risk and Education."
Wednesday,
20 Mar
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Nora Bearth
University of St.Gallen
Casual Machine Learning for Moderation Effects
Wednesday,
27 Mar
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Fanny Puljic
University of St.Gallen
"Exposure to better peers: consequences and mechanisms"
 
Wednesday,
3 April
semester break
Wednesday,
10 April
semester break
Wednesday,
17 Apr
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Johannes Binswanger
University of St. Gallen
"Belief shocks and intuitive thinking in macroeconomics."
Wednesday,
24 Apr
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Franziska Bender
University of St.Gallen
"Personal Income Expectations and Attention to News."
Wednesday,
1 May
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 09-110
Roland Hodler/
Philine Widmer

University of St.Gallen
"The Effects of Recommender Algorithms: Evidence from X"
Wednesday,
8 May
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308
Timo Reinelt
Europäische Zentralbank
Tax Thy Neighbor: The Pass-through of Local Corporate Taxes into Consumer Prices across German Regions
Wednesday,
15 May
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308

 

Jason Sockin
IZA Bonn / Cornell
 
Wednesday,
22 May
12:15-13:15

HSG Main Campus
Room 01-308

 

Ulrich Matter
University of St.Gallen
 

Contact

For more information about the Brown Bag Seminar or to be placed on the weekly mailing list please contact us.

Martin Wolf

Prof. Dr.

Assistant Professor for Monetary Economics

SIAW-HSG
29-101
Bodanstrasse 8
9000 St. Gallen

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