Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät

Schumpeter-BSE-Seminar

Liebe Teilnehmer*innen,

Das Schumpeter-BSE-Seminar wird im SoSe 2022 dienstags von 16-18.00 Uhr (c.t.)  wieder in Präsenz stattfinden, im Raum 23 an der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät, Spandauer Straße 1.

Wir möchten alle bitten, sich für diesen Moodle-Kurs einzutragen.

Der Moodle-Link lautet: https://moodle.hu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=111852

Passwort: schump22

Siehe auch Moodle-Seite für Details zum Seminarplan.

Aktuelle Informationen zum Seminar und zur Anmeldung finden Sie auch auf dieser Internetseite: https://www.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/de/professuren/vwl/wtm2/seminar-schumpeter

 

 

Dienstag, 16:15-17:45 Uhr in Präsenz im Raum 23, SPA 1

 

Dieses Forschungsseminar wird mit dem Collaborative Research Center TRR 190 "Rationality and Competition" organisiert.

 

Gastgeber im SoSe 2022: Michael Burda, Nikolaus Wolf, Alexander Kriwoluzky, Joonseok Oh

 

Koordination: keidel(at)wiwi.hu-berlin.de   

 

Summer term 2022

 

19.04. 2022   

Joschka Wanner (Potsdam): "The Consequences of Unilateral Withdrawals from the Paris Agreement"

26.04. 2022

Kenza Benhima (University of Lausanne): "Foreign Currency Debt and Expectations" (with Isabella Blengini and Ouarda Merrouche)"

03.05. 2022

Minchul Yum (University of Mannheim): "Lifestyle Behaviors and Wealth-Health Gaps in Germany" (with Lukas Mahler)

10.05. 2022

Christian Bayer (Universität Bonn): "What if? The Economic Effects for Germany of a Stop of Energy Imports from Russia"

17.05. 2022

Kein Seminar !
24.05. 2022

Michael Bauer (Hamburg): "Perceptions about Monetary Policy“ (with Carolin Pflueger and Adi Sunderam)" (Vortragsfolien)

31.05. 2022

Kein Seminar !

07.06. 2022

Kein Seminar !
14.06. 2022

Gisle Natvik (BI Oslo): "Household responses to export prices - Evidence from an oil exporting country"

21.06. 2022

Erik Hornung (Universität zu Köln): "NAFTA and drug-related violence in Mexico",
(with Eduardo Hidalgo and Pablo Selaya)

Abstract
In this paper, we study the consequences of the NAFTA introduction on illicit drug trafficking from Mexico to the US. We argue that NAFTA's open border policy reduced average detection rates of illegal drug trafficking from Mexico into the US along their national common border, which increased potential rents for all drug-trafficking organizations, and ultimately led to increased competition over smuggling routes and violence. Using a difference-in-difference approach, we analyze changes in drug-trade-related homicides due to the introduction of NAFTA, across Mexican municipalities with and without predicted drug trafficking routes. We find that homicides increase by approximately 2.25 per 100,000 inhabitants in municipalities with a drug-trafficking route, which is equivalent to 27\% of the pre-NAFTA mean. Our results are robust to various checks, and document the response of drug trafficking organizations to trade quantity shocks.

                                                                                                  

   

 

 

28.06. 2022

Matthias Rottner (Bundesbank): "Estimating Nonlinear Heterogeneous Agents Models with Neural Networks, joint work with Hanno Kase and Leonardo Melosi

05.07. 2022

Kirsten Hubrich (Federal Reserve Board): "The transmission of financial shocks and leverage of financial institutions: An endogenous regime switching framework" (with Dan Waggoner)

12.07. 2022

 

19.07. 2022

Johanna Krenz (Universität Hamburg)

 

 

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