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The Brown Bag Seminar is an informal research seminar on business and economics, with an emphasis on fields like entrepreneurship and innovation, management and applied economics.

Doctoral students and faculty members are invited to present their current research including work in progress, early stage projects as well as advanced projects. Occasionlly, guests fromother university will present their work. All faculty members and PhD students are kindly invited to attend the seminar. Sandwiches and snacks are provided for lunch but please feel free to bring your own lunch along.

If you are interested in presenting your work in the seminar, please send an email to bbs[at] Announcements of upcoming talks are sent by email.

Tuesday, from 12:30 until 13:30 in M.16.11.


Current Schedule

Day Presenter Topic
15.05.2018 Jr.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Rachuba, Bergische Universität Wuppertal Computer simulation models to support capacity planning in Emergency Departments
12.06.2018 Niyaz Valitov, M.Sc., Bergische Universität Wuppertal Asymmetric information on the German intraday electricity market
19.06.2018 Prof. Peter M. Steiner, University of Wisconsin-Madison Factorial Survey: Context Effects and Choice of an Experimental Design
26.06.2018 Jan Gravert, M.Sc., Bergische Universität Wuppertal Optimal unemployment insurance and limited commitment intra-household decision making
03.07.2018 Sandro Lombardo, M.Sc., Bergische Universität Wuppertal Does Entrepreneurship Attract People Because of its Competitive Intensity?
17.07.2018 Prof. Jens Brunner, University of Augsburg A Robust Framework for Task-Related Resident Scheduling

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