Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Economic Theory II (Macro)


Dear participants,

The Schumpeter BSE seminar will be continued in the winter semester 2021/22 partly in presence, and partly online. Registration takes place as usual as a Moodle course. If there are any problems, please contact the office.

Latest information about the seminar and the registration can be found on this website:

We would like to ask everyone to sign up for this Moodle course.

The Moodle link reads:



Tuesday, 4 to 6 p.m.

Online via Zoom


This research seminar is jointly organized with the Collaborative Research Center TRR 190 „Rationality and Competition“


Hosts: Michael Burda, Frank Heinemann, Nikolaus Wolf, Alexander Kriwoluzky, Joonseok Oh


Responsible for coordination: keidel(at)   


Winter term 2021/22


Oct 19, 2021    

Pascal Paul (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco): "Evergreening"

Oct 26, 2021

Start at 16:00 Uhr

Rick van der Ploeg (University of Oxford): "On current and future carbon prices in a risky world" and "Asset diversification versus climate action"

Nov 2, 2021

Monika Piazzesi (Stanford University): "How unconventional is green monetary policy?"

Nov 9, 2021

Morgan Kelly (Dublin): "The Standard Errors of Persistence", "Persistence, Randomization, and Spatial Noise"

Nov 16, 2021

Dr. Joonkyu Choi (Federal Reserve Board): "Political Connections, Allocation of Stimulus Spending, and the Jobs Multiplier" joint with Veronika Penciakova and Felipe Saffie
Nov 23, 2021

Stephen Hansen (Imperial College London):

Nov 30, 2021

Tom Krebs (Universität Mannheim):

Dec 7, 2021

James Fenske (Warwick): "Sex Ratios in Colonial India"
Dec 14, 2021

Neele Balke (University of Chicago):

Jan 4, 2022

Prof. Ryan Kim (Johns Hopkins University): "Spillovers and Redistribution trough Intra-Firm Networks: The Product Replacement Channel" joint with Jay Hyun                                                                                                    

Jan 11, 2022


Jan 18, 2022


Jan 25, 2022

Richard Hornbeck (Chicago): "Identifying Agglomeration Shadows:  Long-run Evidence from Ancient Ports"

Feb 1, 2022

Lucas Herrenbrueck (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver):

Feb 8, 2022

Dr. Donggyu Lee (Federal Reserve Bank of New York):

Feb 15, 2022

Chris Roth (Köln): "Interregional Contact and National Identity"

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