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Economics Research Seminar

The Research Seminar in Economics presents a platform for invited speakers across all fields of economics. The seminar is open to faculty and students. Depending on speaker and audience, presentations and discussions will be in English or German.


Seminars are on Tuesdays from 17:15 to 18:45 in SR 15.4B (RESOWI-F4), unless otherwise stated.


 The seminar coordinator is Robert Hill.



Dominik Liebl,

JOINT SEMINAR IN STATISTICS with TU Graz: Points of Impact in Generalized Linear Models with Functional Predictors

Host: Manner



Cong Pan, Osaka University, JapanSupplier Encroachment and ConsumerWelfare: Upstream Firm’s Opportunism and Multichannel DistributionHost: Wendner/Kopel


Christoph Hanck, Duisburg-Essen


Robust Inference under Time-Varying Volatility: A Real-Time Evaluation of Professional Forecasters



Host: Manner

DONNERSTAG, 12.04.2018, 12:00-13:30


Anxo Calvo Silvosa, University of A CoruñaThe technological and environmental efficiency of the EU-27 power mix: An evaluation based on MPTHost: Lopez Prol/Steininger
17.04.2018Katrin Rabitsch, WU WienValuation effects and fiscal and external imbalances in the US Host: Kleinert


Saverio Fratini, University of Rome III

On the Second Stage of the Cambridge Capital Controversy

Host: Gehrke


Marc Reimann,

Institute for Production and Logistics, Uni Graz

Should an OEM sell refurbished consumer returns on the secondary market?

15.05.2018Sandra Jednak, Belgrad

Contribution of economic activities to development: its structure and investments

Host: Kleinert
22.05.2018Stefania Rossi, Universita di TriesteIs there a gender effect on the cost of bank financing? Host: Steiner
29.05.2018Marko Köthenbürger, ETH ZürichThe Efficiency Costs of Dividend Taxation with Managerial Firms
Host: Wendner
12.06.2018Tony Aspromourgos, University of SydneyTwo Traditions? Some Dualisms in the Historiography of Economics
Host: Gehrke
19.06.2018Alejandro Cunat, University of Vienna

Bilateral Trade Imbalances
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Host: Hill
26.06.2018Martin Wagner, University of Dortmund, Bank of Slovenia

Testing Linear Cointegration Against Smooth Transition Cointegration (With an Application to Money Demand)

Host: Scholz


Seminar coordinator
Universitätsstraße 15 F/IV 8010 Graz
Univ.Prof. Robert Hill Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 3442


Seminar coordinator
Universitätsstraße 15 F/IV 8010 Graz
Univ.-Prof. Robert Hill Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 3442

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