Seminar "Quantitative Methods" The seminar is organized by our profile area "Quantitative Economic Methods" and is held every two weeks: Monday from 12:15 – 1:45 pm. Seminar "Quantitative Methods" Fall semester 2017 Date Time / Place Speaker Title Host 25.09 18:00-19:00 01-308* Peter R. Hansen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Mind the Gap: An Early Empirical Analysis of SEC’s “Tick Size Pilot Program” Matthias Fengler 09.10 12:15-13:45 01-110 Chen Huang (University of St. Gallen) Multivariate Factorizable Expectile Regression with Application to fMRI Data 23.10 12:15-13:45 01-110 Helmut Lütkepohl (DIW Berlin & Free University of Berlin) Inference in Partially Identified Heteroskedastic Simultaneous Equations Models Matthias Fengler 20.11 12:15-13:45 01-110 Martin Huber (University of Fribourg) Direct and indirect effects based on difference-in-differences with an application to political preferences following the Vietnam draft lottery Michael Lechner 04.12 12:15-13:45 01-110 Jan Nimczik (Humboldt University of Berlin) Job Mobility Networks and Endogenous Labor Markets Anthony Strittmatter 18.12 12:15-13:45 01-110 Enrico De Giorgi (University of St. Gallen) The Willingness to Pay for Editing * This talk is part of the 7-th Computational Social Science Workshop. You can find additional information about the workshop here. Beginning with the spring semester 2018, the Quantitative Methods Seminar will be integrated into the SEPS Research Seminar. You can find the contact information for the organization and the announcement of future talks here.