Betriebswirtschaftliches Forschungskolloquium

Für die Organisation des Forschungskolloquiums zuständig sind derzeit Univ.-Prof. Dr. Katrin Muehlfeld und Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thorsten Semrau. Das Programm für das aktuelle Semester finden Sie hier.

Zu den Referenten zählen:

Wintersemester 2017/18

  • Benjamin Balsmeier, Université du Luxembourg, 8. November 2017, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Decomposing the impact of R&D tax credits”
  • Rainer Rilke, WHU, Otto Beisheim School of Management, 28.11.2017, 18.00 Uhr, Max-Weber-Raum, IAAEU: “Hierarchies and honesty”
  • Carsten Bienz, NHH, Norwegian School of Economics, 20.12.2017, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Strategic valuation management in private equity fundraising”
  • Fabian Christandl, Hochschule Fresenius Köln, 10.01.2018, 18.00 Uhr, Raum C 502: “Sex sells the belief that price signals quality”

Sommersemester 2017

  • Carolina Castaldi, TU Eindhoven, 17.05.2017: "Profiting from creativity: The use of trademarks in the creative and cultural industries"
  • Astrid Kunze, Norwegian School of economics, 23.05.2017: "Co-determination and gender diversity on boards – A comparative analysis for Germany and Norway"
  • Cindy Lopez-Bento, Maastricht University, 21.06.2017: "Can you know too much to learn? Absorptive capacity, internal research capabilities and external technological opportunity"
  • Marco Caliendo, Universität Potsdam, 04.07.2017: "Locus of control and investment in training"

Wintersemester 2016/17

  • Xaver Ditz, Flick Gocke Schaumburg (Bonn), 10.11.2016: "Internationale Gewinnverlagerung - Der Fremdvergleichsgrundsatz als Lösungsansatz?"
  • Bernd Meyer, Commerzbank AG (Frankfurt), 10.11.2016: "Seasonal variation in risk aversion - Evidence from small cap and high yield effects and an explanation from practice"
  • Stefan Zeisberger, Radboud University Nijmegen, 14.12.2016 "What is risk?"
  • Elisabeth Müller, German Graduate School of Management & Law (Heilbronn), 17.01.2016: "Absorbing partner knowledge in R&D collaborations - The influence of founders on knowledge recognition, assimilation and exploitation"

Sommersemester 2016

  • Ashok Kaul, Universität Saarbrücken, 20.04.2016: "Three years of plain packaging for tobacco products in Australia - Have the expectations been met?"
  • Utz Weitzel, Utrecht University und Radboud University Nijmegen, 11.05.2016: "Rankings and risk-taking in the finance industry"
  • Helene Tenzer, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 25.05.2016: "Language in international business: A review and an agenda for future research"
  • Anna Salomons, Utrecht University, 08.06.2016: "Racing with or against the machine? Evidence from European regions"

Wintersemester 2015/16 

  • Leif Brandes, Warwick Business School, 09.12.2015: "Can bad news be better than no news? The value of transparency in organizations"
  • Nick Zubanov, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, 05.01.2016: "The effect of downsizing on worker teams performance – Evidence from a retail chain"
  • Thorsten Grohsjean, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 20.01.2016: "Evaluating novelty: The role of panels in the selection of R&D projects"

Eine Übersicht über weiter zurückliegende Vorträge (vor dem Sommersemester 2015) finden Sie hier.

Ökonomisches Kolloquium am IAAEU

Weitere Informationen zum ökonomischen Kolloquiums des IAAEU finden sie hier. Die Termine im WS 17/18:

  • 17.10.2017: Eva Erhardt (Universität Mainz): "Who persistently creates jobs? Absolute versus relative high-growth firms"
  • 07.11.2017: Mario Bossler (IAB Nürnberg): "Employment effects of the new German minimum wage: Evidence from establishment-level micro data"
  • 14.11.2017: Andreas Hauptmann (IAB Nürnberg): "Diasporas, return migration and comparative advantage: a natural experiment of Yugoslavian refugees in Germany"
  • 28.11.2017: Rainer Rilke (WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management):* "Hierarchies and honesty"
  • 05.12.2017: Nico Pestel (IZA Bonn): "Immigration and redistribution: Evidence from 8 million forced migrants"
  • 12.12.2017: Dario Cords (Universität Hohenheim): "Endogenous technology, matching, and labor unions: Does low-skilled immigration affect the technological alignment of the host country?"
  • 19.12.2017: Tugba Zeydanli (Universität Halle-Wittenberg): "The shadow of death and subjective expectations: Evidence from Germany"
  • 09.01.2017: Mark Trede (Universität Münster):** "Location choice of workers in Germany"
  • 16.01.2018: Florian Zimmermann (Universität Zürich): "Dynamics of motivated beliefs"
  • 30.01.2018: Susanne Steffes (ZEW Mannheim): "The Impact of Affirmative Action on Fairness Perception: An Empirical Analysis with Survey Data"
  • 06.02.2018: Winfried Koeniger (Universität St. Gallen):** "Opportunity and inequality across generations"

* gemeinsam mit BWL-Kolloquium der Universität Trier, ** gemeinsam mit VWL-Kolloquium der Universität Trier