Research Seminar
Research Seminar

(Past) Research Seminars

The Department of Economics and Business Economics organizes a weekly research seminar that relates to the main research areas covered in the department with distinguished external scholars from all over the world.

The schedule for this semester

11.09.2023Eva MatthaeiRU 
21.09.2023Stefan TrautmannHeidelberg UniversityHigher order risk preferences and economic decisions
25.09.2023Damiano SilipoUniversity of CalabriaManagerial beliefs, banking behavior and bank failures
09.10.2023Saskia ter EllenInternational Monetary FundInflation (in)attention, media, and central bank trust
16.10.2023Gerrit KöchlingTU DortmundSocial Proximity and Public Information Acquisition
13.11.2023Max van LentLeiden UniversityTBA
20.11.2023Jan StoopErasmus University RotterdamTBA
04.12.2023Remco ZwinkelsVU AmsterdamTBA
11.12.2023Marike KnoefTilburg UniversityTBA

Past seminars of the last two academic years:

Academic year 2022 -2023

26.09.2022Stephan SiegelUniversity of WashingtonPolitical Divide and the Composition of Households’ Equity Portfolios
03.10.2022Martijn van den AssemVU AmsterdamHigh-Stakes Failures of Backward Induction: Evidence from "The Price Is Right"
10.10.2022Christopher WickertVU AmsterdamImpactful research – Why we need it, what it is and how to do it
13.10.2022Pavlo BlavatskyyMontpellier Business SchoolAdditive Choice Model
17.10.2022Jeremy BentleyUniversity of MassachusettsNarrative Reporting in a Team Environment
07.11.2022Rutger SchilpzandRadboud UniversiteitThe Effect of Innovation Capacity on the Relationship Between Volatility and Growth
21.11.2022Vladimir NovakBocconi UniversityValuing Hope: A Model of Aspirations
28.11.2022Jan FidrmucUniversité de LilleWho Believes in Conspiracy Theories, and Why?
05.12.2022Peiran JiaoMaastricht UniversityTastes and Beliefs
12.12.2022Philip SchnorpfeilGoethe University FrankfurtInflation, Net Nominal Positions, and Consumption
06.03.2023Christoph WegenerLeuphana University LüneburgRiding the bubble or hedging the burst?
13.03.2023Sébastien DucheneMontpellier Business SchoolRisk-return trade-offs in the context of environmental impact: a lab-in-the-field experiment with finance professionals
20.03.2023Steve HeinkeUniversity of BaselThe Foundations of Successful Financial Decision Making
24.04.2023Krisztina Kis-KatosGoettingen UniversityCash Transfers and Violent Crime in Indonesia
08.05.2023Koen SchoorsGhent UniversityPolarisation and social media: The Effect of Independent Online Media in an Autocracy
15.05.2023Eric DananCY Cergy Paris UniversityPartial utilitarianism
05.06.2023Anne BoringEURImproving Student Evaluations of Teaching
19.06.2023Subhasish DeyUniversity of WarwickEducated Leaders through Legislation but at What Cost?
26.06.2023Hannah Schildberg-HoerischHeinrich-Heine University DüsseldorfWho is in favor of affirmative action?
03.07.2023Andreas OrtmannUNSW Business School, UNSWCan a Single Model Account for Both Risky Choices and Inter-Temporal Choices?

Academic year 2021-2022

13.09.2021Pieter MedendorpRU, Donders InstituteComputational models of Brain and Behavior
27.09.2021Leander HeldringNorthwestern UniversityCalvinist Culture and Dutch Development
11.10.2021Imtiaz SifatMonash University MalaysiaMarital Status and CEO Dismissal
18.10.2021Peter SchwardmannCarnegie Mellon UniversityLearning about one's self
15.11.2021Neil StewartWarwick Business SchoolThree Topics on Behavioral Investing
20.12.2021Nona KaralashviliWorld BankEffectiveness of Government Support for the Private Sector
25.04.2022John RustUniversity of MarylandEquilibrium Trade in Automobiles
09.05.2022Katrin GödkerMaastricht UniversityDisposed to be overconfident
16.05.2022Andis SofianosHeidelberg UniversityIntelligence Disclosure and Cooperation in Repeated Interactions
27.06.2022Yasemine KaraibrahimogluGroningen UniversityThe interplay between IFRS 7 disclosures and the expanded auditor’s report: Syndicated loan contracting evidence

Contact information

Interested in attending a seminar or giving a lecture yourself? Email stefan.zeisberger [at] (stefan[dot]zeisberger[at]ru[dot]nl) for more information.