Team

Maximilian Schäfer

Maximilian Schäfer
Role
Ph.D. Student
Department
Firms and Markets
Field(s) of work
Markets and Competition

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere extern (2018)

    The Effect of Big Data on Recommendation Quality: The Example of Internet Search

    Maximilian Schaefer, Geza Sapi, Szabolcs Lorincz
    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2018)

    The Effect of Big Data on Recommendation Quality: The Example of Internet Search

    Maximilian Schäfer, Geza Sapi, Szabolcs Lorincz

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Peer-to-Peer Markets - Airbnb and the Accommodation Industry : Workshop, Universität Mannheim
    Mannheim, 12.12.2018

    Airbnb and Rental Prices: Evidence from Berlin
    Kevin Tran, Tomaso Duso, Claus Michelsen, Maximilian Schäfer

  • Vortrag Brown Bag Seminar of the Cluster of Industrial Economics: Airbnb and Rental Prices: Evidence from Berlin
    Berlin, 16.11.2018

    Airbnb and Rental Prices : Evidence from Berlin
    Kevin Tran, Tomaso Duso, Claus Michelsen, Maximilian Schäfer

  • Vortrag DIW Berlin Graduate Center 2018 Summer Workshop
    Potsdam, 18.06.2018 - 20.06.2018

    Airbnb and Rental Prices: Evidence from Berlin
    Kevin Tran, Tomaso Duso, Claus Michelsen, Maximilian Schäfer

  • Vortrag 23nd Spring Meeting of Young Economists : SMYE 2018
    Palma de Mallorca, Spanien, 30.05.2018 - 01.06.2018

    The Effect of Big Data on Recommendation Quality : The Example of Internet Search
    Maximilian Schäfer, Geza Sapi, Szabolcs Lorincz

  • Vortrag 2nd Doctoral Workshop on The Economics of Digitization, Telecom ParisTech
    Paris, Frankreich, 04.05.2018 - 05.05.2018

    The Effect of Big Data on Recommendation Quality : The Example of Internet Search
    Maximilian Schäfer, Geza Sapi, Szabolcs Lorincz

  • CV - Short Version

    Maximilian Schäfer is currently a Ph.D. student at the DIW Berlin Graduate Center. He studied Economics in Mannheim and in Bonn, earning his Master of Science in Economics at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn in 2014. Using an infinitely repeated game framework, his master thesis analyzes the impact of detection asymmetries on the stability of cartels in a multimarket framework. During his master studies he worked as a teaching assistant at the chairs of microeconomics and applied microeconomics at the Bonn University. Before joining the DIW in September 2015 he did an internship at the economic division of the German Federal Cartel office.