Field Day Applied Economics - Mark III
This summer we will have another instalment of our “Field Day in Applied Economics”
The idea is to have a sequence of very short presentations (max 20min + discussion) where you present very early stage ideas for empirical projects. These are supposed to be at a stage where they are not yet ready to be presented at one of the internal workshops in the department. For example you could present a novel data set/natural experiment/... in some detail and potential questions that it could help to answer.
We want to
- encourage promising projects,
- discourage not so promising projects (before you sink too much effort into them), – get feedback and potentially develop new research ideas, and – allow students to learn about each others interests.
- Firm registration for a presentation by Email with Florian Englmaier
Date: Wednesday June 16, 2010
- Field Day
Date: Friday July 9, 2010
Friday, July 9, 2010; 13:00 - 16:00
- Patrick Andreoli Versbach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
”Can you beat the market; evidence from statistical forecasts in football matches”
- Martina Engemann <Martina.Engemann@lrz.uni-muenchen.de>
"Trade Credit and Internationally Active Firms"
- Tatjana Nabokin <email@example.com>
"Financial constraints and the role of patents"
- Oliver Nikutowski <Oliver.Nikutowski@vwl.wi.tu-muenchen.de>
"Do Universities Optimize their Ranking Positions?"
We sincerely hope to see many of you on Friday July9!
Florian Englmaier, Till von Wachter, Joachim Winter