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 2019, on Thursdays

University of Lucerne, Lecture Room 3.B55, Frohburgstrasse 3, 6002 Lucerne

Internal Speakers: 16.15 - 17.15 h
External Speakers: 16.15 - 17.30 h

Lukas D. Schmid
Reto Hofstetter

Date Speaker Title Remark
Thu, Feb 21 Zohal Hessami,
Universität Konstanz
Does the entry of a woman into political office affect policy choices?  
Thu, Feb 28 no seminar/carnival ---  
Thu, Mar 7 Salvatore Maione, Università della Svizzera italiana External Drivers of Choice: Improving Choice Modeling and Design by Integrating Latent Variables and Optimally Presenting Explanatory Factors  
Thu, Mar 14 Suresh Ramanathan, Texas A&M University The Light Side of Temptation: Effects of Visuo-Spatial Cues on Consumption of Hedonic Foods  
Thu, Mar 21 Martin Natter, Universität Zürich Customer Power in Pricing & How to Tame the Beast  
Thu, Mar 28 Christian Schmid, CSS Institute Tell me where to get my flu shot  
Thu, Apr 4 Neil Cummins, LSE The Hidden Wealth of the English Elite and the Role of War, Taxes and New Wealth in the "Great Equalization"  
Thu, Apr 11 tba    
Thu, Apr 18 Elias Steiner, Universität Luzern Informal Sector and Poverty  
Thu, Apr 25 no seminar / Easter break ---
Thu, May 2 Laura Schärrer, Universität Luzern

The relationship between self-initiated expatriates and their employers

Thu, May 9 Andreas Mueller, University of Essex A theory of structural change that can fit the data  
Thu, May 16

Maike Debus, Universität Zürich

Will I Be Here Tomorrow? How Individuals Perceive and React to Job Insecurity

Thu, May 23 Gilles Carbonier, ICRC and The Graduate Institute Humanitarian Economics