Archive Spring Semester 2022

In this seminar series, external and internal speakers present and discuss recent research results. The seminar is open to people with an interest in economics and management research.

Spring Semester 2022, on Thursdays

University of Lucerne, Frohburgstrasse 3, 6002 Lucerne. Details about the venue can be found in the remark section.

12.15 - 14.00 h

Simon Lüchinger
Reto Hofstetter

Thu, Feb 24No seminar, Carnival  
Thu, Mar 3Dirk Foremny
UB School of Economics
Paraísos Fiscales, Wealth Taxation, and MobilityRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Mar 10   
Thu, Mar 17Isabel Z. Martinez,
KOF Swiss Economic Institute
Tracking and Taxing the Super-Rich: Insights from Swiss Rich ListRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Mar 24Anja Garbely,
Universität Luzern
Uncertainty Strengthens the Effects of Media Content in the Stock MarketRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Mar 31Giacomo Pasini,
Università Ca' Foscari - Venezia
The causal impact of remote working on depression during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemicRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Apr 7Bruno Lanz,
Université de Neuchâtel
Technology adoption and early network infrastructure provision in the market for electric vehiclesRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Apr 14Tim Doering,
Ross School of Business,
University of Michigan
How Effort Changes Subjective Valuation of Moneyvia Zoom
Thu, Apr 21No seminar, Easter  
Thu, Apr 28Itir Bozkurt Umur,
Universität Luzern
Should salespeople disclose their sales incentives? The effect of incentive transparency on sales performanceRoom: 4.B47
Thu, May 5Valentina Sontheim,
Universität Luzern
Exchange rate shocks and mental healthRoom: 4.B47
Thu, May 12Eric Strobl,
Universität Bern
Saving the Florida Manatee: The Effectiveness of Boating Speed Limits as a Conservation ToolRoom: 4.B47
Thu, May 19Naemi Jacob,
Universität Luzern
Similarity Bias in Talent IdentificationRoom: 4.B47
Thu, May 26No seminar,National holiday  
Thu, Jun 2Paolo Roberti,
Free University of Bozen/Bolzano
Misvoting in the Ballot: Random Power to Parties and its Effect on Politicians and PoliciesRoom: 4.B47