Archive Fall 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.

Fall 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
Leif Brandes

Thu, Sep 22Sara Bagagli, University of Zurich and Harvard UniversityThe (Express)Way to Segregation: Evidence from ChicagoRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Sep 29Alain Cohn, "School of Information" University of MichiganMotivated Optimism and Workplace RiskZOOM
Thu, Oct 6Melissa Newham, ETH Zürich

Who Pays for Gifts to Physicians? Heterogeneous Effects of Industry Payments on Drug Costs

Room: 4.B47
Thu, Oct 13Stefan Jooss, Cork University Business Talent Management: Conceptualisations, Tensions, and the Future of WorkRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Oct 20Przemyslaw Brandt, IWP at the University of Lucerne

The IWP Microsimulation Model: A tool for policy consulting

Thu, Oct 27Uwe Sunde, Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversitätComplex Decisions and Performance Under Cognitively Bounded RationalityRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Nov 3 No seminar, Dies Academicus  
Thu, Nov 10Axelle Ferriere, Paris School of EconomicsOn the Optimal Design of Transfers and Income-Tax ProgressivityRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Nov 17Ulrich J. Wagner, Universität MannheimUrban Air Pollution and Sick Leaves: Evidence from Social Security DataRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Nov 24Gabriel Felbermayr, WIFOTime is Oil: Effects of Fuel Price Shocks on the Container Ship Industry and Trade CostsRoom: 4.B47
Thu, Dec 1Markus Meierer, Universität Genf

A match made in cyber-heaven: Combining user-generated images and text for brand positioning analysis

Room: 4.B47
Thu, Dec 8No seminar, catholic holiday  
Thu, Dec 15Alexander Fouirnaies, University of Chicago

Can Interest Groups Influence Elections? Evidence from British Trade Unions 1900-2019

Room: 4.B47