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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
17.10.2017 Marianna Schaubert, Wuppertal Do Alimony Regulations Matter inside Marriage? Evidence from the 2008 Reform of the German Maintenance Law
24.10.2017 Vahid Lotfi, Ph.D., University of Michigan-Flint A Dynamic Approach to Outpatient Scheduling
31.10.2017 Reformation day
21.11.2017 Anton Nilsson, Ph.D., Lund University Patient Cost-Sharing, Socioeconomic Status and Children’s Health Care Utilization
28.11.2017 Prof. Dr. Florian Heiss, Uni Düsseldorf Estimation of Fixed Effects Logit Models with Large Panel Data (with Daniel McFadden, Amrei Stammann)
05.12.2017 Prof. Dr. Hendrik Jürges, University of Wuppertal Dishonesty in healthcare practice: A behavioral experiment on upcoding in neonatology (with Heike Hennig-Schmidt, Daniel Wiesen)
12.12.2017 Jr.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Rachuba, University of Wuppertal Computer simulation models to support capacity planning in Emergency Departments (Seminar must be cancelled. Will be held next semester!)
22.12.2017 - 08.01.2018 Christmas break
09.01.2018 Simon Oster, M.A., University of Wuppertal Early Detection of Students at Risk - Development of a Turnkey Solution
16.01.2018 Arash Naghavi, M.A., M. Sc., University of Wuppertal Colonial Indirect Rule and Pre-colonial Ethnic Institutions: Evidence from British India
23.01.2018 Prof. Dr. Paul J.J. Welfens, University of Wuppertal An Accidental Brexit – Economic Perspectives for the UK, Europe and the US
30.01.2018 Prof. Dr. Daniel Wiesen, Uni Köln Physician performance pay: Experimental evidence

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