Public Economics Seminar
The Public Economics Seminar is organized jointly by Prof. Fuest, Prof. Haufler and Prof. Holzner. In this seminar, PhD students and other researchers from the faculty as well as invited guests present their research in the field of public economics.
The seminar takes place weekly on Thursdays (starting at 12 pm) in the CES seminar room (room 214; Schackstraße 4).
|May 04||12 pm||Marco Serena (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance)||K-level reasoning in beliefs|
|May 11||12 pm||Christian Traxler (Hertie School of Governance)||Compliance Behavior in Networks: Evidence from a Field Experiment|
|May 18||12 pm||Felix Ehrenfried||Dynamics and Endogeneity of Firms Recruitment Behavior|
|May 25||-||No Session: Public Holiday|
|June 01||12 pm||Niels Johannesen (University of Copenhagen)||Tax Evasion and Inequality|
|June 08||-||No Session|
|June 15||-||No Session: Public Holiday|
|June 22||12 pm||Daniel Gietl||Overconfidence and Bailouts|
|June 29||-||No Session
|July 06||12 pm||Franz Reiter||Responses to Bank Levies: Evidence from Germany|
|July 06||1 pm||Florian Loipersberger||Trade and the Pursuit of Happiness|
|July 13||12 pm||Antoine Bozio (Paris School of Economics)||Incidence of Social Security Contributions: Evidence from France|
|July 20||12 pm||Niklas Potrafke||tba|