Seminars Spring 2017

List of upcoming seminar for Spring 2017

  • Jun 13 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: tba
  • Jun 20 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: tba
  • Jun 27 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: tba
    • Erik Plug
    • Title: tba
    • Abstract will be published here.

Previous seminars this term:

    • Jan 10 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
      • Wiljan van den Berge (Netherlands Bureau for Policy Analysis)
      • Title: A lost generation? The wage, employment and demographic effects of graduating during a recession
      • Abstract
    • Jan 17 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
      • Isabella Grabner (Maastricht University)
      • Promotions as implicit incentives for human capital acquisition (together with Frank Moers)
      • Abstract and paper.
    • EXTRA SEMINAR: THURSDAY Jan 19 2017: 14:00-15:00; Room: C-1.07
      • Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics)
      • Childhood Circumstances and Adult Outcomes: The Effects of Financial Problems
      • Abstract
    • Jan 24 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: C-1.05
      • Tim Vriend (University of Groningen)
      • Directive Leadership can Benefit Team Innovation Climate: A Leader-Organization Fit Perspective
      • Abstract
    • Jan 31 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
    • Feb 7 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A1.23
    • Feb 14 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A1.22
      • Silke Anger (IAB Nürnberg/Bamberg/Iza)
      • Involuntary Job Loss and Changes in Personality – Evidence from Plant Closures
      • Abstract
    • Feb 212017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
      • Helena Holmlund (Institute for Evaluation of Labor Market and Education Policy, FAU, Sweden)
      • An opportunity to meet? Educational reform and marital sorting
      • Abstract.
    • Feb 28 2017: CARNAVAL
    • Mar 7 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
      • Matthew Lindquist (Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI))
      • The Causal Effect of Military Conscription on Crime and the Labor Market (together with Randi Hjalmarsson)
      • Abstract and paper.
    • Mar 14 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: H0.06
    • Mar 21 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A1.23
      • Margherita Fort (University of Bologna)
      • Cognitive costs of daycare 0-2 for children in advantaged families (together with Luigi Guiso and Giulio Zanella)
      • Abstract and paper.
    • Mar 28 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
    • Apr 4 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
      • Michael Lechner (University of St Gallen)
      • Principled Discovery of Effect Heterogeneity:   Evidence from Swiss job search Programmes
      • Abstract
  • Apr 11 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
    • Roy Sijbom (UVA)
    • Utilizing employee creativity: The role of leaders’ achievement goals
    • Abstract
  • Apr 18 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: C-1.07
  • Apr 25 & May 2 2017: MAY HOLIDAY
  • May 9 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A0.23
    • Hendrik Juerges (University of Wuppertal)
    • Cohort at Risk: Long-Term Consequences of Conflict for Child School Achievement (together with Luca Stella, Sameh Hallaq, and Alexandra Schwarz)
    • Abstract and paper.
  • May 16 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A1.23
    •  Bas van der Klaauw (VU University Amsterdam )
    • A randomized experiment on improving job search skills of older unemployed workers
    • Abstract.
  • May 23 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: C-1.09
    • Arthur van Soest (Tilburg University)
    • Informal Caregiving, Paid work, and Health of the 50+ Population of Europe
    • Abstract.
  • May 30 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: tba
    • Ian Hocking (Canterbury Christ Church University)
    • Further explorations of enhancing creative problem solving via structured thinking techniques
    • Abstract
  • Jun 6 2017: 12:00-13:00; Room: A1.23