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BiGSEM Colloquium (Economics & Finance)

BiGSEM students (Profile Economics/Finance) are required to attend the BiGSEM Colloquium (Economics/Finance) during the semester. Every doctoral student presents his/her own work or discusses relevant papers at least once a year. All interested people are invited to join. The sessions start at 4pm in room H9.

Overview lecture:

11.04.2023 Sarah Frimpong

18.04.2023 Reza Bahmanbijari

25.04.2023 Amelie Luhede

02.05.2023 Andreas Pietryga

09.05.2023 Lucas Stahl

16.05.2023 Alessandro Sgarabottolo

23.05.2023 Mariya Afonina

30.05.2023 Xiaoge Dong

06.06.2023 Maria Schäfer

20.06.2023 Vasundhara Thakur

27.06.2023 Fabian Fuchs

11.07.2023 Aaron Lohmann


08.11.2022 Debmallya Chanda

Central Bank Digital Currency and Banks with Market Power: A DSGE approach

15.11.2022 Fynn Louis Närmann

How an ambiguous distribution of receiver beliefs reduces disinformation

22.11.2022 Anna Jacobs

Who is to suffer? Quantifying the impact of sanctions on German firms


06.12.2022 Felix Dammann

A Stochastic Nonzero-Game of Controlling the Debt-to-GDP ratio

13.12.2022 BiGSEM Workshop

20.12.2022 Gerrit Bauch

The Texas Shoot-Out Under Knightian Uncertainty


17.01.2023 Rosa van den Ende

Network-based allocation of liability of GHG emissions


31.01.2023 Jurek Preker

Strategic News Selection on Social Media


12.04.2022 Fabienne Lara Dascher-Preising

Monetary-fiscal policy relations in the euro area: The impacts on the primary balance

19.04.2022 Reza Bahmanbijari

How much is monitoring worth? Value of Information analysis as a tool for environmental management

26.04.2022 Alessandro Sgarabottolo

Asymptotic parametrization of Wasserstein balls

03.05.2022 Andreas Pietryga

The optimal timing of product introduction and safety investments for automated vehicles

10.05.2022 Anna Hager

A Power Index for Multi-Sender Information Problems

17.05.2022 Sarah Frimpong

A CGE Simulation of the African Continental Free Trade Area

24.05.2022 Amelie Luhede

The value of monitoring information for managing harmful algae blooms in the Wadden Sea

31.05.2022 Mariya Afonia

"How have you found your job? Effects of the job search channels on labour market outcomes in Germany"

07.06.2022 Zhongli Wang

„How Do the Local Data Restrictions Affect the Social Welfare Brought By the Digital Product: An Agent-Based Analysis“

14.06.2022 Xiaoge Dong

Dunning-Kruger Effects: Myths, Evidence and Modelling

21.06.2022 Lucas Stahl

Multi-sectoral energy supply and 'sticky' supply chains in a New Keynesian-DSGE framework

28.06.2022 Miquel Bassart i Lore

"Techno-optimists and catastrophists: Energy transition, endogenous technical change and capacity expansion limits"

05.07.2022 Annika Kemper

"Linear Quadratic Principal Multi-Agent Incentive Problems with Applications to Development of Renewable Energy"


30.11.2021 Anna Jacobs

"Gravity of Affinity: Evidence from Tweets during the World Cup”

07.12.2021 Gerrit Bauch

"Ambiguity and Conservatism in Signaling Games"

11.01.2022 Felix Dammann

"Optimal Execution with Multiplicative Price Impact and Incomplete Information on the Return"



01.02.2022 Larissa Pethig

"The Drift Diffusion Model in Social Decision Making"



20.04.2021 Alexandre Carrier

Quantitative Easing with Heterogeneous Expectations

27.04.2021 Zhaojun Xing

Models of other-regarding preferences

04.05.2021 Andreas Pietryga

The optimal timing of product introduction and safety investments for automated vehicles

11.05.2021 Felix Dammann

Optimal Execution under Permanent Price Impact and Incomplete Information on the Return

25.05.2021 Mariam Nanumyan

Dynamics or ideals in a network game with social and cognitive dissonance, and complementarities

22.06.2021 Anna Hager

A Power Index for Multi-Sender Persuasion Problems


06.07.2021 Sarah Frimpong - cancelled -

13.07.2021 Annika Kemper

The Market Price of Risk for Electricity Swaps

20.07.2021 Fabienne Lara Dascher-Preising

Human capital formation with heterogeneous agents, sustainable debt policies and growth: Who benefits from fiscal policy rules?


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