Open International Brown Bag

In these times of impeded travelling, our online Brown Bag aims to give junior researchers in international economics the opportunity to present their ongoing work beyond their home faculty.

The Brown Bag takes place each Monday at 4:15 pm throughout the current the summer term (until July 6th). The format of the talk is that of a standard seminar: it is limited to 90 minutes and participants may comment or ask questions at any time. It will take place through zoom.us.

If you would like to receive regular updates, please contact silke.bernardi[at]uni-mainz.de.

Presentations:

Date Name Affiliation Presentation Title
18 May Victor Gimenez Perales JGU Mainz The Dynamics of Importer-Exporter Connections
25 May Jan Schymik Universität Mannheim Economic and Health Benefits of Working from Home during a Pandemic Crisis – Regional Evidence from Germany
08 June Bjoern Brey University of Nottingham The long-run gains from the early adoption of electricity
15 June Miriam Kohl JGU Mainz Unilateral Tax Policy in the Open Economy
22 June Jonas Rudsinske Universität Göttingen International Trade and Transfer Pricing in General Oligopolistic Equilibrium
29 June

 Kjetil Haukås

Diana Beltekian

University of Oslo

University of Nottingham

Information frictions and trade

Networks and Trade

6 July Philipp Herkenhoff
Frauke Steglich
JGU Mainz
IfW Kiel
Corporate Social Responsibility along the Global Value Chain