Conferences and Lectures 2017

 

The economics team from the Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union will be back at it again this year, with representatives attending national and international conferences on political and business economics. Find out more...

 

 

 

L. Hornuf

 

Jun. Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf

 

Conferences Attended as Lecturing Contributor

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 10.04.2017):
"The Impact of Two Different Economic Systems on Dishonesty and Charitable Giving: Determinants of Group-Level Variation."

 

Invited Talks

 

G20 Conference: Digitising finance, financial inclusion and financial literacy, "Crowdfunding - potential benefits and risks"
(German Central Bank and Federal Ministry of Finance Germany, Schloss Biebrich, Wiesbaden, 26.01.2017).

 

 

Coauthorship of Lectures

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, UK, 11.04.2017)
"Does a Local Bias Exist in Equity Crowdfunding?", Lecture by: Matthias Schmitt.

 

22. Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2017 (Halle Institute for Economic Research, Halle, 22.03.2017):

"The Impact of two Different Economic Systems on Dishonesty and Charitable Giving: Determinants of Group-Level Variation",
 Lecture by: Katrin Goedker.

 

Risk Forum 2017: Retail Finance and Insurance (The Institut Louis Bachelier, Paris, France, 27.03.2017):

"The Emergence of the Global FinTech Market: Economic and Technological Determinants", Lecture by: Christian Haddad.

 

 

Conferences Attended

 

SEC-NYU Dialogue on Securities Markets Regulation - Topic: Securities Crowdfunding in the U.S.
(Securities and Exchange Commission Headquarters, Washington D.C., USA, 28.02.2017).

 

Legal-Tech-Konferenz
(LMU Munich, Munich, 20.01.2017).

 

 

Research Residence

 

Georgetown University (01.-31.03.2017):

Visiting Researcher.

 

Center of Finance, Universität Regensburg (since 01.02.1017):

Research Fellow.

 

Max-Planck Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb (since 01.04.2016):

Affiliated Research Fellow.

 

 

A. Chadi

 

Dr. Adrian Chadi

 

 

Conferences Attended as Lecturing Contributor

 

Symposium on Alienation and Meaning in Production and Consumption (Technische Universität München, München, 12.-13.01.2017):
"Task meaning and work motivation."

 

Workshop on Microeconomics (Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre, Lüneburg, 23.-24.02.2017):

"Lies at Work – On the Implications of Cheating for Team Outcomes."

 

Coauthorship of Lectures

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 10.-12.04.2017):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Lecture by: Gabriel Schultze.

 

3. Annual Symposium for Agricultural and Applied Economics Research (SAAER) (College Station, Texas, USA, 07.04.2017):
"Does TV Consumption Impair People's Health and their Well-being? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on the German Public",
Lecture by: Manuel Hoffmann.

 

20. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (University of Zurich, Switzerland, 02.-03.02.2017):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Lecture by: Gabriel Schultze.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M. de Pinto

 

Dr. Marco de Pinto

 

Conferences Attended As Lecturing Contributor

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 10.-12.04.2017):

"The Impact of Unionization Costs when Firm-selection matters."

 

Coauthorship of Lectures

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 10.-12.04.2017):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Lecture by: Gabriel Schultze.

 

20. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (University of Zurich, Switzerland, 02.-03.02.2017):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Lecture by: Gabriel Schultze.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O. Lorenz

 

M. Sc. Olga Lorenz

 

Conferences Attended as Lecturing Contributor

 

20. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (University of Zurich, Switzerland, 02.-03.02.2017):

"Does commuting matter to subjective well-being?"

 

 

 

 

 

 

G. Schultze

 

M. Sc. Gabriel Schultze

 

Conferences Attended as Lecturing Contributor

 

Royal Economic Society Conference 2017 (University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 10.-12.04.2017):
"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions."

 

20. Colloquium on Personnel Economics (University of Zurich, Switzerland, 02.-03.02.2017):

"Young, Gifted and Lazy? The Role of Ability and Labor Market Prospects in Student Effort Decisions", Lecture by: Gabriel Schultz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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