Konferenzen und Vorträge 2016

 

 

Auch 2016 ist die ökonomische Arbeitsgruppe des Instituts für Arbeitsrecht und Arbeitbeziehungen in der Europäischen Union wieder auf nationalen wie internationalen Konferenzen zu volks- und betriebswirtschaftlichen Fragestellungen vertreten. Erfahren Sie mehr...

 

 

L. Goerke

 

Prof. Dr. Laszlo Goerke

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

CESifo Area Conference on Behavioural Economics (CESifo Konferenzzentrum, München, 21.-22.10.2016):

"Social Comparisons in Oligopsony."
 

31. Conference of the Italian Association of Labour Economists (University of Trento, Italien, 22.-23.09.2016):
"Social Comparisons in Oligopsony."

 

28. Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) 2016 (Gent, Belgien, 15.-18.09.2016):
"Sick Pay Reforms and Health Status in a Unionised Labour Market." (Posterpräsentation)

 

28. Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) 2016 (Gent, Belgien, 15.-18.09.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry."

 

"Commuting and Sickness Absence."
 
Workshop "Angewandte Mikrotheorie" (Universität Marburg, 26.-27.05.2016):
"
Sick Pay Reforms and Health Status in a Unionised Labour Market."
 

CESifo Area Conference on Employment and Social Protection (CESifo Konferenzzentrum, München, 08.-09.04.2016):

"Commuting and Sickness Absence."

 

Eingeladene Vorträge

 

VWL Forschungsseminar (Universität Bamberg, 03.05.2016):
"Sick Pay Reforms and Health Status in a Unionised Labour Market."

 

Volkswirtschaftliches Kolloquium (Technische Universität Darmstadt, 27.01.2016):
"Tax Evasion in a Cournot Oligopoly with Endogenous Entry."

 

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight", Vortrag durch: Olga Lorenz.

 

12. International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference (Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung, Berlin, 22.-23.06.2016):
"Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight", Vortrag durch: Olga Lorenz.

 

Workshop "Angewandte Mikrotheorie" (Universität Marburg, 26.-27.05.2016):
"Social Comparison in Oligopsony", Vortrag durch: Michael Neugart.

 

Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):

"Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight", Vortrag durch: Olga Lorenz.

 
Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry", Vortrag durch: Marco de Pinto.

 

Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society (University of Sussex, Brighton, England, 21.-23.03.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry", Vortrag durch: Marco de Pinto.

 

19. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (RWTH Universität Aachen, 10.-11.03.2016):

"Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight", Vortrag durch: Olga Lorenz.

 
Workshop on Microeconomics  (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 03.-04.03.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight", Vortrag durch: Olga Lorenz.

 

 

L. Hornuf

 

Jun. Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

"(True) Legacy of Two Really Existing Economic Systems."

 

Munich Summer Institute 2016 (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 21.06.2016):
"Pricing the Value of Cash Flow Rights in Crowdinvesting: An Analysis of Innovestment Backers."

 

3. International ZEW Conference on the Dynamics of Entrepreneurship (Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung, 06.06.2016):

"Portal Design and Funding Dynamics in Crowdinvesting."

 

Conference on Past and Future of Corporate Governance: Practices, Reforms and Regulations (Roma Tre University, Italien, 26.05.2016):
"The Economic Impact of Forming a Societas Europaea."

What does Co-determination do? What can we learn from research? (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, 12.05.2016):
"The Economic Impact of Forming a Societas Europaea."

8. Ökonomischer Workshop (IAAEU, Trier, 19.02.2016):

"The (True) Legacy of Two Really Existing Economic Systems."

 

Workshop on the Autonomy at Work and Employee Involvement (IAB Nürnberg, 18.02.2016):

"Leadership and Persistency in Spontaneuous Dishonesty."

 

Eingeladene Vorträge

 

Goethe/Penn Conference on Law and Finance (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, 17.12.2016):
"Should Securities Regulation Promote Equity Crowdfunding?"

 

Hub Conference (Berlin, 22.11.2016):

"FinTech-Markt in Deutschland."

 

Digital Finance Berlin Konferenz - Offene Banking Plattform (Berlin School of Digital Business, 06.10.2016):
"Chancen für Banken durch Co-Creation mit Fintechs."

 

11. Internationale Konferenz zu Finanzdienstleistungen, Podiumsdiskussion (Institut für Finanzdienstleistungen Hamburg, 02.06.2016):

"FinTech - Bit Coins and friends, the digital revolution in financial services- Sind Banken die Verlierer?"

 

Diskussionsforum KMU - Chancen für grüne Wirtschaft (Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen, 23.01.2016):

"Finanzierung für Gründungen und Start-Ups."

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 

4. Crowdinvesting Symposium (München, 04.11.2016):

"Does a Local Bias Exist in Equity Crowdfunding? The Impact of Investor Types and Portal Design", Vortrag durch: Matthias Schmitt.

 

4. Crowdinvesting Symposium (München, 04.11.2016):

"Which Updates During an Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Increase Crowd Participation?", Vortrag durch: Alexandra Moritz.

 

4. Crowdinvesting Symposium (München, 04.11.2016):
"Financial Contracting in Crowdinvesting: Lessons from the German Market", Vortrag durch: Tobias Schilling.

 

20. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zu Entrepreneurship, Innovation und Mittelstand (G-Forum) (Leipzig, 06.10.2016):

"Which Updates During an Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Increase Crowd Participation?", Vortrag durch: Alexandra Moritz.

 

3. ZEW Conference on the Dynamics of Entrepreneurship (ZEW Mannheim, 07.06.2016):
"Is There a Local Bias in Crowdinvesting? The Impact of Investor Types and Portal Design", Vortrag durch: Matthias Schmitt.

 

ENTFIN Conference 2016 (Lyon, Frankreich, 31.05.2016):

"Portal Design and Funding Dynamics in Crowdinvesting", Vortrag durch: Armin Schwienbacher.

 

CMR-Concordia-Schulich Conference on Entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Fraud: Managerial and Policy Implications (Montreal, Kanada, 27.05.2016):

"The Emergence of Crowdinvesting in Europe: With an In-Depth Analysis of the German Market", Vortrag durch: Armin Schwienbacher.

 

Forschungsaufenthalte

 

Center for Economic Studies (04.10.-21.10.2016):

Visiting Researcher.

 

Georgetown University (01.09.-31.09.2016):

Visiting Researcher.

 

Max-Planck Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb (seit 01.04.2016):

Affiliated Research Fellow.

 

A. Chadi

 

Dr. Adrian Chadi

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

Workshop on Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research (IAAEU, Trier, 07.-08.10.2016):
"Seeking Shelter? Perceived Job Insecurity and Union Membership" (Posterpräsentation).

 
"How to Identify Attrition Bias Using Different Types of Panel Refreshments."
 ,
Herbstworkshop der Wissenschaftlichen Kommision Personalwesen (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft, Paderborn, 21.-23.09.2016):
"Seeking Shelter?
Perceived Job Insecurity and Union Membership."
 
28. Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) 2016 (Gent, Belgien, 15.-18.09.2016):
"Seeking Shelter? Perceived Job Insecurity and Union Membership"

 

31. Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA) (Geneva School of Economics and Management, Schweiz, 22.-26.08.2016):

"How Job Changes Affect People's Lives?"

 

Foundations of Utility and Risk Conference (FUR) (Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick, Coventry, England, 27.-30.06.2016):
"Does TV Consumption Impair People’s Health and their Well-Being?"

30. Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) (Harnack House, Berlin, 15.-18.06.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity?"
 

21. Annual Meeting Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) (Seattle, Washington, USA, 06.-07.05.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity?"

 

3. International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Social Sciences (Università Guido Carli, Rom, Italien, 14.-16.04.2016):

"Forced to Be Generous - Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Effects of Minimum Wages outside the Laboratory."

 

NIBS Conference 2016 (University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, 04.-06.04.2016):
"The Survey as a Burden – How Interview Length Affects the Measurement of Subjective Well-being."

 

Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):
"Does TV Consumption Impair People’s Health and their Well-being? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the German Public."

 

HEIRS (University of Rom, Italien, 15.03.2016):
"How Job Changes Affect People's Lives – Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data."

 

19. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (RWTH Universität Aachen, 10.-11.03.2016):
"Forced to Be Generous ? Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Effects of Minimum Wages outside the Laboratory."

 

Workshop on Microeconomics (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 03.-04.03.2016):
"Does TV Consumption Affect Health and Well-being? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the German Public."

 

3. Experimental Methods in Policy Conference (Ixtapa, Mexiko, 24.-28.02.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment.”

 

8. Ökonomischer Workshop (IAAEU, Trier, 19.02.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy?
How Ability and Labor Market Pro
spects Affect Student Behavior."

 

Economics, Health and Happiness (Campus SUPSI Trevano, Lugano, Schweiz, 14.-16.01.2016):
"Interview Burden and the Measurement of Subjective Well-being."

 

Economics, Health and Happiness (Campus SUPSI Trevano, Lugano, Schweiz, 14.-16.01.2016):
"Does TV Consumption Impair People’s Health and their Well-being? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the German Public."

 

 

Eingeladene Vorträge

 

Research Seminar in Economics (RWTH Aachen, 19.07.2016):
"Does TV Consumption Affect Health and Well-being? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the German Public."

 

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 
Research Seminar "Labour Economics" (Universität Hamburg, Hamburg Institute of International Economics und Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, 07.11.2016):

"Forced to Be Generous - Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Effects of Minimum Wages outside the Laboratory", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

Workshop on Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research (IAAEU, Trier, 07.-08.10.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Poster von: Gabriel Schultze.

 

Jamboree - Doctoral School in Economics and Finance (University of Luxembourg, 28.09.2016):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Vortrag durch: Gabriel Schultze.

 
"The Role of Income and Leisure in Labor Supply Decisions", Vortrag durch: Clemens Hetschko.
 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

1. NEPS User Conference (LIfBi Bamberg, 07.-08.07.2016):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Vortrag durch: Gabriel Schultze.

 

VWL-Forschungskolloquium (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 01.06.2016):
"Forced to Be Generous - Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Effects of Minimum Wages outside the Laboratory", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

3. International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Social Sciences (Università Guido Carli, Rom, Italien, 14.-16.04.2016):

"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):
"Forced to Be Generous - Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Effects of Minimum Wages outside the Laboratory", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society (University of Sussex, Brigthon, England, 21.-23.03.2016):
"How Job Changes Affect People's Lives – Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data", Vortrag durch: Clemens Hetschko.

 

19. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (RWTH Universität Aachen, 10.-11.03.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity? – Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 

Workshop on Microeconomics (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 03.-04.03.2016):

"How Job Changes Affect People's Lives – Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data", Vortrag durch: Clemens Hetschko.

 

Workshop on Microeconomics (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 03.-04.03.2016):
"Should We Ban Smartphones from the Workplace to Increase Productivity? – Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment", Vortrag durch: Mario Mechtel.

 
 

 

K. Homolka

 

M. A. Konstantin Homolka

 

Konferenzbesuche ohne Vortrag

 

Workshop on Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research (IAAEU, Trier, 07.-08.10.2016).

 

Workshop on International Trade and Labour Markets (IAAEU, Trier, 25.-26.11.2016).

 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016).

 

Kursteilnahmen

 

Startup Course for STATA Users (Luxemburg, 19.-21. und 26.-27.09.2016):
Lecturer: Majlinda Joxhe, Doctoral School in Finance and Economics, University of Luxembourg.

 

Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics (BGPE-course Advanced Microeconomics, Parsberg, 14.-18.08.2016):
Lecturer: Zvika Neeman, Eitan Berglas School of Economics, University of Tel Aviv.
 

 

O. Lorenz

 

M. Sc. Olga Lorenz

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

Labour Economics Meeting (IAAEU, Trier, 08.12.2016):
"Does Commuting Matter to Subjective Well-Being?"

 

"Does Commuting Matter to Subjective Well-Being?"

 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight."
 

12. International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference (Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung, Berlin, 22.-23.06.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight."

 
Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight."
 
19. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (RWTH Universität Aachen, 10.-11.03.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight."
 
Workshop on Microeconomics (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 03.-04.03.2016):
"’Is your Commute Really Making you Fat?’: The Causal Effect of Commuting Distance on Height-Adjusted Weight."
 

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 

"Commuting and Sickness Absence", Vortrag durch: Laszlo Goerke.

 

CESifo Area Conference on Employment and Social Protection (CESifo Konferenzzentrum, München, 08.-09.04.2016):

"Commuting and Sickness Absence", Vortrag durch: Laszlo Goerke.

 

 

Konferenzbesuche ohne Vortrag

 

 

8. Ökonomischer Workshop (IAAEU, Trier, 19.02.2016).

 

 

S. Jeworrek

 

M. Sc. Sabrina Jeworrek

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

American Economic Association Annual Meeting 2016 (San Francisco, USA, 03.-05.01.2016):

"Do Agents Care for the Mission of their Job? A Field Experiment."

 

M. de Pinto

 

Dr. Marco de Pinto

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

Workshop on International Trade and Labour Markets (IAAEU Trier, 25.-26.11.2016):
"Trade Unions in an Open Economy – The Case of Firm-specific Bargaining Power."

 

18. Jahreskonferenz der European Trade Study Group (Aalto University Helsinki, Finnland, 8.-10.09.2016):
"Trade Unions in an Open Economy – The Case of Firm-specific Bargaining Power."
 
43. EARIE Annual Conference (Nova School of Business and Economics, Lissabon, Portugal, 26.-28.08.2016):
"The Impact of Organization Costs when Firm-selection Matters."
 
Workshop "Angewandte Mikrotheorie" (26.-27.05.2016, Universität Marburg):
"Allocation (In-)Efficiency in a Two-Sector-Melitz-Model."

 

Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 (University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal, 31.03.-02.04.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry."

 

Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society (University of Sussex, Brighton, England, 21.-23.03.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry."

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 

Jamboree - Doctoral School in Economics and Finance (University of Luxembourg, 28.09.2016):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Vortrag durch: Gabriel Schultze.

 

28. EALE Conference (Ghent University, 15.-17.09.2016):
"Welfare-enhancing Trade Unions in an Oligopoly with Excessive Entry",
Vortrag durch: Laszlo Goerke.

 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016):
"The Impact of Organization Costs when Firm-selection Matters", Vortrag durch:
Jörg Lingens.
 
31. Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA) (Geneva School of Economics and Management, Schweiz, 22.-26.08.2016):
"The Impact of Organization Costs when Firm-selection Matters",
Vortrag durch: Jörg Lingens.
 
1. NEPS User Conference (LIfBi Bamberg, 07.-08.07.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Vortrag durch: Gabriel Schultze.

 

8. Ökonomischer Workshop (IAAEU Trier, 19.02.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy?
How Ability and Labor Market Pro
spects Affect Student Behavior", Vortrag durch: Adrian Chadi.

 

 

G. Schultze

 

M. Sc. Gabriel Schultze

 

Konferenzbesuche mit Vortrag

 

Workshop on Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research (IAAEU Trier, 07.-08.10.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions" (Posterpräsentation).
 
Jamboree - Doctoral School in Economics and Finance (University of Luxembourg, 28.09.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions."
 
1. NEPS User Conference (LIfBi Bamberg, 07.-08.07.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions."
 
 

Konferenzbesuche ohne Vortrag

 

Jahrestagung 2016 des Verein für Socialpolitik (Universität Augsburg, 04.-07.09.2016):

 

 

Vorträge durch Koautoren

 

8. Ökonomischer Workshop (IAAEU Trier, 19.02.2016):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy?
How Ability and Labor Market Pro
spects Affect Student Behavior", Vortrag durch: Adrian Chadi.

 

 

 

 

Rückblick

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