Seminar on Statistics and Econometrics

summer term 2019

This provides a forum for state-of-the-art research in empirical economics and econometric/statistical methodology. Its purpose is to disseminate and discuss the results of ongoing research. Guests are welcome to participate. To sign up for the mailing list, please contact Prof. Dr. Uwe Jensen.

Room Time
WSP7-R.414 Thursdays, 16:00-17:30

 

Date Speaker Title
07.11.2019

Andreas Lagemann

(HWWI)
The effect of milieu affiliation on employment
14.11.2019

Malte Jahn

(HWWI)
Artificial neural network regression models: Predicting GDP growth
21.11.2019

Carsten Jentsch

(TU Dortmund)
Asymptotic theory and bootstrap inference for weak VARs and weak proxy SVARs
28.11.2019

Lars Other

(Uni Jena)
Disentangling the Information and Forward Guidance Effect of Monetary Policy Announcements
05.12.2019

Annette Möller

(TU Clausthal)
Vine copula based postprocessing of ensemble forecasts for temperature
12.12.2019

Erdal Yalcin

(Konstanz University of Applied Sciences)
On the Effects of Sanctions on Trade and Welfare: New Evidence Based on Structural Gravity and a New Database
09.01.2020

Joana P. Bernardes

(CAU Kiel)
Single-cell RNASeq methodology: Disentangling inflammatory diseases
16.01.2020

Oliver Nakoinz

(CAU Kiel)
(tbc) Quantitative Archeology
23.01.2020 NN tba
30.01.2020

Michael Massmann

(WHU Vallendar)
tba