Research Seminars

Research Seminars

Seminars are the perfect opportunity for PhD students to learn about the current research frontier and are open to the public. In many cases it is possible to personally talk to the invited presenters before or after the seminar - a valuable opportunity to discuss own ideas. Berlin is unique in Germany in terms of its wide range and frequency of seminars. Additional Seminars can be found at the site of the Berlin based Economics Postdocs.

Dates

Name

Topics

Venue

Organizers

Website

Monday

12-12.30

(weekly)

ESMT Faculty Research Seminar

All areas represented by ESMT

ESMT

Dahlander, Steffen (all ESMT). Registration required: fre@esmt.org

Link

Monday

2.15-3.45 pm (weekly)

Economic Risk Seminar

Risk, Econometrics, Finance

HU, SPA1, room 23

Härdle et al. (HU)

Link

Monday 5-6.30pm

(monthly)

Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

Applied Microeconomics (Health, Education, Taxes, Labor)

DIW, Dulles room

Haan (DIW), Huck (WZB), Traxler (Hertie School)

Link

Monday

5.15-6.45pm

(weekly)

Economic Theory (SFB-TR15) Seminar

Governance and Efficiency of Economic Systems

WZB, room B004/005

Adam, Strausz (all HU), Corneo (FU) et al.

Link

Tuesday 4.15-5.45 pm (weekly)

Schumpeter Seminar

Macro, Labor, Economic History

HU, SPA1, room 23

Burda, Spitz-Oener, Weinke, Wolf (all HU), Heinemann (TU)

Link

Wednesday

10am-12.30 pm

Mathematical Statistics Seminar

Mathematical Statistics

WIAS, Mohrenstraße 39

Spokoiny (WIAS) and Härdle (HU) et al.

Link

Wednesday

12.00-13.15pm

DIW Macro and Econometrics Seminar

Macroeconomics, Econometrics

DIW

Lütkepohl, Bernoth, Fichtner (all DIW)

Link

Wednesday

12.30-2pm

(weekly)

BDPEMS-RTG Brown Bag Seminar (student presentations)

All fields, 45-min slots for early stage ideas possible

HU, SPA1, room 23

BDPEMS students. Summer 2015: Janine Hart

Link

Wednesday 2.30-4pm

Colloquium in Behavioral Economics

Behavioral Economics

Varies by semester

WZB, DIW, ESMT, HU Berlin, and TU Berlin

Link

Wednesday

4.30-6pm

BBE-Seminar

Behavioral Economics

Varies by semester

WZB, DIW, ESMT, HU Berlin, and TU Berlin

Link

Wednesday

6.15-7.30

(biweekly)

BeNA Labor Seminar

Labor economics and related fields

HU / DIW

BeNA (Junior labor researchers of HU, FU, WZB, DIW, RWI, UP)

Link

Wednesday

6.15-7.30

(weekly)

Berlin Colloquium in Economic History

Economic History

HU

Wolf and Nützennadel (HU)

Link

Thursday

11.30am-12.45pm

(monthly)

BIEN Education Seminar

Education Research and Education Economics

DIW

Storck (DIW)

Registration required

Link

Thursday

2-3.30pm

(weekly or biweekly)

Finance Seminar Series (FSS)

Finance

HU, ESMT, WZB

Adam (HU), Baquero (ESMT). Registration required: fre@esmt.org

Link

Thursday

5.15-6.45pm

(biweekly)

FU Economics Seminar

All fields

FU

Schöb, Corneo (all FU)

Link

Thursday

5.15-6.45pm

(biweekly)

Quantitative Economics Colloquium

Econometrics, Quantitative Methods

FU

Lütkepohl, Nautz, Steiner, Offermans et al (all FU)

Link

Thursday

5.30-7pm

(monthly)

Development Seminar

Development Economics

DIW

Development Economics Network Berlin (DeNeB)

Link

Friday 1-3pm (weekly)

DIW Applied Micro Seminar

Applied microeconomics, Applied microeconometrics

DIW, Dulles room

DIW

Link

 

If we were missing a seminar, please let us know at bdpemste@cms.hu-berlin.de

 

Some institutions or chairs also run their internal seminars. They usually boast research projects of less advanced stages and are open for PhD students to present. If you are interested in joining these events, you should contact the organizers first.




Wednesday

2-4pm

(weekly)

Finanzwissenschaftliches Colloquium

Public Economics

FU

Corneo and Bönke (FU)

Link

Thursday

12.30-2pm

(weekly)

Chair colloquium

Public and Happiness Economics

FU

Schöb (FU)

E-Mail

Thursday

4-6pm

(weekly)

Micro Phd and Research Seminar

Microeconomic Theory

HU / FU

Strausz (HU) and Bester (FU)

Link

Twice per term (block event)

Economic Policy Seminar

Applied Public Economics

FU

Steiner and Fossen (all FU)

Link

Once per term (block event)

BeNA Internal Seminar

Labor economics and related fields

WZB

BeNA (Junior labor researchers of HU, FU, WZB, DIW, RWI, UP)

Link

Monthly

Macro Brown Bag

Macroeconomics, Financial Economics

DIW

Fratzscher and Fichtner (DIW)

E-Mail

Once per term (block event)

Chair colloquium

Public and Health Economics,

TU

Runkel (TU)

E-Mail

If we were missing a seminar, please let us know at bdpemste@cms.hu-berlin.de