Seminar on Statistics and Econometrics

summer term 2018

This provides a forum for state-of-the-art research in empirical economics and econometric/statistical methodology. Its purpose is to disseminate and discuss the results of ongoing research. Guests are welcome to participate. To sign up for the mailing list, please contact Prof. Dr. Uwe Jensen.

Room Time
WSP7-R.414 Thursdays, 16:00-17:30

 

Datum Vortragender Vortragsthema
12.04.2018 Anna Titova
(Uni Kiel)
Bias Corrections for Exponentially Transformed Forecasts: Are they worth the effort?
26.04.2018 Sinem Hacioglu Hoke
(Bank of England)
Common correlated effect cross-sectional dependence corrections for non-linear conditional mean panel models
17.05.2018 Markus Pape
(Uni Bochum)
Unique representations of sparse factor models
24.05.2018 Matei Demetrescu
(Uni Kiel)
Inference on the Asymmetry of Loss Functions with Persistent Instruments
31.05.2018 Johanna Scholz
(Uni Kiel)
Contextualizing Gender Gap Estimations in Agricultural Productivity and Efficiency by the example of Tanzania
07.06.2018 Jörg Stoye
(Uni Bonn)
Confidence Intervals for Projections of Partially Identified Parameters
14.06.2018 Danvee Floro
(Uni Kiel)
Testing the predictive ability of house price bubbles: a meta-analytic approach
21.06.2018 Helmut Herwartz
(Uni Göttingen)
Structural volatility modelling with applications to spillover analysis and value-at-risk
28.06.2018 Daniel Wilhelm
(UCL)
Testing for the Presence of Measurement Error
05.07.2018 Christian Kleiber
(Uni Basel)
Moment-indeterminate distributions in econometrics and finance
12.07.2018 Robinson Kruse-Becher
(Uni Köln)
Regime-specific exchange rate predictability and the role of uncertainty