Programm des Essen Health Economics Seminars Wintersemester 2021-22

 

 

Datum       

 
 

Thema                                                              

 
 

Referent*in

 
 

Ort  

 
 

Uhrzeit

 
11.10.2021General Equilibrium Effects of Insurance Expansions: Evidence from Long-Term Care Labor MarketsMaria Polyakova (Stanford University)Zoom16-17.30
18.10.2021Public Health Policy At Scale: Impact of a Government-sponsored Information Campaign on Infant Mortality in DenmarkErdal Tekin (American University Washington)Zoom15-16.30
25.10.2021Causal Mediation Analysis of the Effect of Education on Cognitive AbilitiesHendrik Schmitz (Universität Paderborn)Hybrid13-14.30
08.11.2021Does internal migration increase regional inequalities in healthcare costs? 
Martin Salm
 (Tilburg University)
Hybrid13-14.30
15.11.2021A Consumer Centric Framework for Evaluating Firearm RegulationBrad Shapiro (University of Chicago)Hybrid13-14.30
22.11.2021The Economic Modelling of VaccinationFlavio Toxvaerd (University of Cambridge)Zoom15-16.30
29.11.2021Machine predictions and human decisions with variation in payoffs and skillHannes Ulrich (DIW Berlin &  University of Copenhagen)Hybrid13-14.30
06.12.2021Drinking Water and Infant Health: Evidence from Contaminant Levels in CaliforniaKatherine K. Grooms (Southwestern University)Zoom15-16.30
13.12.2021Does schooling affect longevity? Evidence from death register data and school entry cut-off rulesMathias Huebener (DIW Berlin)Hybrid13-14.30
20.12.2021tbaSarah Miller (University of Michigan)Zoom15-16.30
10.01.2022Parenthood in PovertySarah Eichmeyer (LMU München)Hybrid13-14.30
17.01.2022Trauma at School: The Impacts of Shootings on Students' Human Capital and Economic OutcomesMolly Schnell (Northwestern University)Zoom15-16.30
24.01.2022Introduction of a Harm Reduction Method: When Does It Help and When Does it Backfire?”Davide Dragone (University of Bologna)Hybrid13-14.30
31.01.2022tbaTuba Tuncel (HEC Montréal)Zoom15-16.30
07.02.2022tba 

Joachim Winter (LMU München)

 
Hybrid13-14.30

Organisator*innen

Martin Karlsson (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Daniel Kühnle (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Anna Werbeck (RWI)

Matthias Westphal (RWI / TU Dortmund)

Bei Rückfragen und Anmerkungen zum Essen Health Economics Seminar können Sie uns gerne unter mondays-seminar (at) wiwinf.uni-due.de kontaktieren.