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  • October 7 - 9, 2024

    Graduate Center Masterclasses

    Effects of Shocks in Nonlinear and Non-Gaussian Environments

    Speaker: Christian Matthes
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 13.30-15.00h
    15.15-16.45h
    (on all three days)

    Further information will follow soon.

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  • July 17, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    The Economic Consequences of Being Widowed by War: A Life-Cycle Perspective (with J. Stuhler)

    Speaker: Sebastian Braun, University of Bayreuth
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 12:30-13:30

    Despite millions of war widows worldwide, little is known about the economic consequences of being widowed by war. We use life history data from West Germany to show that war widowhood increased women’s employment immediately after World War II but led to lower employment rates later in life. War widows, therefore, carried a double burden of employment and childcare while their children were young ...

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  • July 3, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Nowcasting Income Inequality in Germany

    Speaker: Laura Pagenhardt
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 12:30-13:30

    Current developments in the labor income distribution shape the business cycle and the transmission of fiscal and monetary policy measures. During economic crises, timely and well targeted economic policy becomes essential but the volatility of the (labor) income distribution is particularly high. Detailed distributional data on household incomes becomes available after one year at the earliest. ...

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  • June 4, 2024

    Cluster-Seminar Public Finances and Living Conditions

    The obstinacy of gender stereotypes. Evidence from the Found-in-Translation Task

    Speaker: Patrycja Janowska-Widomska, University of Warsaw
    Location: Joan Robinson Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 3.3.002a
    Mohrenstraße 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 13:00 to 14:00

    The pursuit of science (especially exact sciences) is commonly associated with the male gender. This might have a lot of negative consequences, including discrimination and underrepresentation of female researchers at academia. We conduct two experiments with a series of conditions that make it gradually easier to avoid misattribution of gender of a female scholar. In a novel Found-in-Translation ...

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  • June 4 - 5, 2024

    Graduate Center Masterclasses

    Bayesian Approaches to the Analysis of Panel Data

    Speaker: Frank Schorfheide
    Time: Day 1: 09:30 - 17:15h
    Day 2: 09:30 - 12:45h 

    This course provides a self-contained introduction to Bayesian analysis of panel data models. We will start with an introduction to Bayesian inference, covering the basic building blocks, which involve inference in a heteroskedastic linear regression model and Gibbs sampling to generate draws from the posterior distribution. Moreover, we will consider nonparametric inference. We then proceed with ...

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  • May 22, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    How resilient is public support for carbon pricing? Longitudinal evidence from Germany

    Speaker: Stephan Sommer, Bochum University of Applied Sciences and RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 12:30-13:30

    The success of climate policies depends crucially on the dynamics of public support. Using unique longitudinal data from three surveys conducted between 2019 and 2022, we study the variations of public support for carbon pricing in Germany. The period includes two relevant events: the introduction and ramping up of carbon pricing in Germany and the exogenous increase in energy prices following the ...

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  • May 15, 2024

    Cluster-Seminar Public Finances and Living Conditions

    Career Decisions over the Life-cycle: The Impact of Social Insurance Policies

    Speaker: Annica Gehlen
    Location: Anna J. Schwartz Room
    Room 5.2.010
    Mohrenstraße 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 11:00 to 12:00 a.m.

    Work-limiting disabilities pose a significant risk to the earnings potential and welfare of older workers. While coverage of public disability insurance (DI) systems is almost universal, the risk of becoming dependent on DI varies across occupations. In this paper, I study the value of public DI across different occupations using data from administrative social security records in Germany. I ...

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  • May 13 - 14, 2024

    Graduate Center Masterclasses

    Empirical Methods for Business-Cycle Analysis

    Speaker: Christian Wolf
    Location: Francine D. Blau Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 3.3.002b
    Mohrenstraße 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time:
    13 May: 9:30-17:15
    14 May: 9:30-12:45

    This course aims to bring participants to the research frontier on how to estimate the causal effects of macroeconomic shocks, with a particular focus on monetary and fiscal policy. We will discuss how to: plausibly identify those shocks; best estimate their causal effects in finite samples; and finally use those shock causal effects for macroeconomic policy evaluation. The analysis throughout ...

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  • May 8, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Ethnic segregation in a stratified school system: Does ability tracking hamper ‘white flight’ from local schools?

    Speaker: Hanno Kruse, University of Bonn
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 12:30-13:30

    Research on parental school choice provides strong evidence of so-called ‘white flight’ – that ethnic majority parents avoid choosing a local school if it contains large numbers of ethnic minority students. In this study, we examine such segregating choices in a formally stratified school system. Theoretically, we argue that segregating choices are less common in an educational setting where ...

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  • May 3, 2024

    Berlin Seminar

    Transition indicators – to agree on and pursue climate action and recognize broader benefits

    Speaker: Bipashyee Ghosh, University College London (UCL), Xiliang Zhang, Tsinghua University, Sylvia Nyawira & Wendy Francesconi, Alliance Bioversity – CIAT, Yong-Gun Kim, Yonsei University, Niken Prilandita, Institut Teknologi, Martijn Verdonk, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), Matthias Duwe, Ecologic Institute, Harald Winkler, University of Cape Town, Miriam Ott,Federal Foreign Office
    Time: 12:00 - 13:30

    The Global Stocktake report emphasizes that the core benefits of the transition towards climate neutrality are key to enhancing public and political support for more ambitious action. This motivated several country studies to explore how transition indicators could be defined to enhance understanding, agreement, and implementation of climate action. In this report, transition indicators are ...

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  • April 30, 2024

    Cluster-Seminar Public Finances and Living Conditions

    Meet My Family: the Effect of Female CEOs’ Newspaper Coverage on Financial Decision Making

    Speaker: Lavinia Kinne, Virginia Sondergeld
    Location: Anna J. Schwartz Room
    Room 5.2.010
    Mohrenstraße 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 14:30 bis 15:30 Uhr

    Newspaper coverage of firms’ CEOs is highly gendered. This presents a bias in itself but it might also have consequences for investments into the firm. In a survey experiment (N=tbd), we identify the causal impact of differential newspaper coverage for female and male CEOs on four outcomes: expected firm performance, investment into the firm, expected CEO ‘survival’, and expected performance in ...

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  • April 24, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Intervivos Gifts as Informal Insurance Responses to Adverse Life Events

    Speaker: Mathis Sansu, Paris-Panthéon-Assas University and French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 12:30-13:30

    We investigate if and how adverse life events – early widowhood, divorce, disability, job loss - trigger informal insurance responses in the form of intervivos gifts. Drawing from Dutch register data, we construct comprehensive panels comprising individuals undergoing such shocks in the period 2011-2017, and we analyse the patterns of gift receipt surrounding these events. We run separate event ...

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  • April 17, 2024

    Cluster-Seminar Public Finances and Living Conditions

    Beyond Hot Flashes: The Health and Career Cost of Menopause

    Speaker: Mara Barschkett
    Location: Anna J. Schwartz Room
    Room 5.2.010
    Mohrenstraße 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 11:00 bis 12:00 Uhr

    Menopause marks a crucial juncture in women's lives and careers, coinciding with the peak of their income and working hours trajectory. On average, a third of women encounter severe health problems during this phase, exposing them to the risk of adverse labor market and health outcomes. Leveraging Norwegian registry data, coupled with panel data on doctor visits related to menopausal issues and ...

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  • April 17, 2024

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Wage Markups and Buyer Power in Intermediate Input Markets

    Speaker: Leonard Treuren, KU Leuven
    Time:
    11:30 - 12:30
    Francine D. Blau Room 3.3.002B + 3.3.002C

    How are market imperfections in different input markets related? I show theoretically that the extent of buyer power in intermediate input markets determines both wages and wages relative to the marginal revenue contribution of employees if collective bargaining characterizes labor markets. This relationship is examined empirically using data on the universe of Dutch manufacturing firms from 2007 ...

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  • April 10, 2024

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Speaker: Christina Stadler, DIW Berlin & KU Leuven
    Time:
    11:30 - 12:30
    Francine D. Blau Room 3.3.002B + 3.3.002C

    The Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics organized by the Firms and Markets Department * provides an opportunity to present on-going research, * focuses on advances in applied microeconomics, industrial organization, and economic policy issues, * serves as a forum for discussing both academic and project-related research, * intends to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas. ...

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  • April 9, 2024

    SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    Exploring effects of life-like virtual interviewers on respondents’ answers in a smartphone survey

    Speaker: Jan Karem Höhne, DZHW and Leibniz University Hannover
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 10:00-11:30

    Inexpensive and time-efficient web surveys have increasingly replaced survey interviews, especially conducted in person. Even well-known social surveys, such as the European Social Survey, follow this trend. However, web surveys suffer from low response rates and frequently struggle to assure that the data are of high quality. New advances in communication technology and artificial intelligence ...

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  • March 27, 2024

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Firm Heterogeneity and Carbon Leakage in the Production Network

    Speaker: Robin Sogalla, DIW Berlin
    Time:
    11:30 - 12:30
    Francine D. Blau Room 3.3.002B + 3.3.002C

    The Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics organized by the Firms and Markets Department * provides an opportunity to present on-going research, * focuses on advances in applied microeconomics, industrial organization, and economic policy issues, * serves as a forum for discussing both academic and project-related research, * intends to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas. ...

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  • February 27, 2024

    Berlin Seminar

    The EU 2040 target - How can it make climate policies more effective?

    Speaker: Vicky Pollard, DG CLIMA, European Commission, André Poschmann, Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, Sibylle Braungardt, Öko Institut, Anna Leipprand, Wuppertal Institute
    Time: 13:00 - 14:00

    In the recently published communication on the EU 2040 Climate Target, the European Commission outlines the final "stepping stone" on the way to EU climate neutrality by 2050. It not only entails reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by 90% until the year 2040 but also outlines transformative developments in key sectors. In our next Berlin Seminar, we will discuss the proposed European strategy ...

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  • February 14, 2024

    Cluster-Seminar Public Finances and Living Conditions

    The Church of Resistance – Religion and Protests in an Autocracy

    Speaker: Max Deter, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
    Location: Karl Popper Room
    DIW Berlin
    Room 2.3.020
    Mohrenstr. 58
    10117 Berlin
    Time: 11:00 bis 12:00 Uhr

    Mass protests have long been recognized as effective political actions, particularly in autocratic regimes where they serve as a potent tool for opposition movements. This paper examines the case of East Germany, specifically the Peaceful Revolution of 1989, which stands out as a rare example where protests successfully contributed to the democratization of an autocracy. The study focuses on the ...

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  • February 14, 2024

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Growing Clean? Directing Technological Change in Germany

    Speaker: Nils Handler, DIW Berlin
    Time:
    11:30 - 12:30
    Francine D. Blau Room 3.3.002B + 3.3.002C

    The emerging net zero paradigm requires economies to go green; and Europe’s ambition is to lead the way. This requires directing technological change toward cleaner growth, which intersects with green industrial policies in the form of green innovation subsidies. Leveraging a quasi-exhaustive novel dataset on German R&D subsidies, we provide rigorous evidence on whether green R&D subsidies ...

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