Berlin Applied Micro Seminar - 2018/19

The Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS) is a weekly seminar, jointly organized by DIW Berlin, Hertie School of Governance, HU Berlin, FU Berlin, TU Berlin, WZB, the Berlin Centre for Consumer Policies (BCCP) and the SFB TRR 190.

DIW Location: Mohrenstraße 58, 10117 Berlin - Elinor Ostrom Hall, 1st Floor, Contact: Nicole Haase
HU Location: Spandauer Str. 1, 10178 Berlin - Room 22, Contact: Miriam Kaboub

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Note: the newsletters will also cover several special events that are co-hosted by BAMS (see here).

 Location    Date  Time  Speaker  Paper  Notes
 DIW15 October 2018
16.00 - 17.15Henry E. Siu (University of British Columbia)The "End of Men" and Rise of Women in the High-Skilled Labor Market 
 HU22 October 2018
16.00 - 17.15
Maximilian Kasy (Harvard University)Which findings get published? Which findings should be published ?
Paper 1
Paper 2
 DIW29 October 2018
16.00 - 17.15Maria Polyakova (Stanford University)The Roots of Health Inequality and The Value of Intra-Family Expertise 
 HU5 November 2018
16.00 - 17.15Markus Zwick (Goethe University)
Trusted Smart Statistics
 DIW12 November 2018
16.00 - 17.15Daniel Reck (LSE)
Do Lower Minimum Wages for Young Workers Raise their Employment? – Evidence from a Danish Discontinuity 
 HU 26 November 201814.15 - 15:30
Mary Ann Bronson, Georgetown UniversityTaxation and Household Decisions: An Intertemporal Analysis
 DIW26 November 2018
16.00 - 17.15Stephen Ryan (Washington University in St. Louis)
In-Kind Transfers, Tagging, and Market Power: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act  
 HU3 December 2018
16.00 - 17.15Jean-Marc Robin (Science Po Paris and UCL)
The Falll in German Unemployment: A Flow Analysis
 DIW10 December 2018
16.00 - 17.15Randi Hjalmarsson (University of Gothenburg)The Impact of the FirstProfessional Police Forces on Crime
 HU17 December 2018
16.00 - 17.15

 HU14 January 2019
16.00 - 17.15
 HU28 January 2019
16.00 - 17.15Gregor Pfeifer (University of Hohenheim)
Infrastructure and Business Taxes 
 DIW4 February 2019
16.00 - 17.15Catherine Tucker (MIT)
How Effective Is Black-box Digital Consumer Profiling and Audience Delivery?: Evidence from Field Studies 
 DIW18 February 2019
16.00 - 17.15Attlia Lindner (UCL)
Reallocation and the Minimum Wage - Evidence from Germany 
4 March 2019
16.00 - 17.15
 DIW 18 March 2019
16.00 - 17.15
 DIW1 April 2019
16.00 - 17.15Ruben Durante (ICREA, UPF, Barcelona GSE) Building Nations through Shared Experiences: Evidence from African Football 
 DIW8 April 2019
14.00 - 19.005th BCCP Forum  
15 April 2019
16.00 - 17.15
(5th floor)
Ulf Zölitz (U Zurich)
The Value of a Peer
 DIW29 April 2019
16.00 - 17.15Manuel Bagues (U Warwick)Can Gender Quotas in Candidate Lists Empower Women? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design
6 May 2019
16.00 - 17.15Marc-Andreas Mündler (UC San Diego)Tasks, Occupation, and Wage Inequality in an Open Economy 
 HU13 May 2019
16.00 - 17.15Amanda Gosling (University of   Kent)Separation incentives and minimum wages in a job-posting search framework 
20 May 2019
16.00 - 17.15Gordon Dahl (University of California, San Diego) Intergenerational Spillovers in Disability Insurance
 DIW27 May 2019
16.00 - 17.15R. Vincent Pohl (University of Georgia)
Patient vs. Provider Incentives in Long-Term Care
 HU3 June 2019
16.00 - 17.15Eve Caroli (Université Paris-Dauphine and Paris School of Economics)Cognitive Load and Occupational Injuries 
 HU17 June 2019
16.00 - 17.15Sandra McNally (University of Surrey and LSE)Closing the Gap Between Vocational and GeneralEducation? - Evidence from University Technical Colleges in England  
 DIW     24 June 2019 16.00 - 17.15

  1 July 2019
 16.00 - 17.15
Bettina Siflinger (Tilburg University)

Specification and Estimation of the Birth Weight Production Function: Understanding the Effects of Inputs from the Health Sector


The seminar schedules for the previous years are available here.