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::: 2nd Convention of the SFB 649 in Motzen
 

Directions
Program
Impressions
 

::: Directions

The Hotel Residenz lies on the Motzener Lake south-east of Berlin.

By car

From Berlin: Take the route via the southern Berlin Ring to the Schoenefeld motorway juncton then take the A 13 motorway direction Dresden exiting at Mittenwalde. From there drive for about 15 minutes via Mittenwalde and Gallun eventually reaching Motzen.

From the south: Via the A 13, please take the Teupitz/Halbe exit and drive via Teupit, Toepchin toward Motzen.


 

By Train

Either by Regionalexpress train or S-Bahn from Berlin Ostbahnhof to Königs Wusterhausen (25 minutes with Regionalexpress). From Königs Wusterhausen trainstation take buses number 726, 727 or 728 direct to Motzen. From the trainstation one can also take a taxi, this takes approx. 20 minutes.

Address Hotel Residenz on the Motzener Lake:

Töpchiner Strasse 4
15749 Mittenwalde / OT Motzen
Phone: (03 37 69) - 8 50


www.hotel-residenz-motzen.de

::: Program

The current program of the convention can be found here ().
 

::: Presentations

Speaker Title
Paper
Franz Hubert Net Worth, Risk Taking and Investment
Alexandra Spitz-Oener The Closing of the Gender Wage Gap: A Task-Based Approach.
Oliver Spalt Anwendung der Prospect Theory auf Managementanreizverträge.
Werner Kunz Estimation of Market Share in Consideration of Market Structure Shifts – Methodical Approaches and Applications
Carsten Trenkler Cointegration Testing in the Presence of Level Shifts and Trend Breaks
Stefan Trück Risk Premiums for CO2 Emission Allowances in the EEX Market
Dorothea Kübler Courtesy and Idleness Gender Differences in Team Work and Team Competition
Niels Ulbricht Statistische Implementierungen des Residualeinkommens
Henning Weber When, how fast, and by how much do trade costs change in the euro area? Panel evidence from sectoral data.
Wiebke Wittmüß Optimization for preferences given by risk measures
Albrecht Ritschl Making Financial Markets: Contract Enforcement, Matching, and the Emergence of Tradeable Assets in Late Medieval Europe  
Andreas Thams Fiscal Policy Effects in the European Union
Mathias Trabandt Optimal Pre-Announced Tax Reforms under Valuable and Productive Government Spending
Wolfgang Siegert Preisschocks: Multiple meta-stabile Gleichgewichte auf Finanzmärkten
Thorsten Vogel Wage compression in collectively bargained labour contracts: Theory and some evidence for Germany

::: Working Groups

Leader Title
Link
Dorothea Kübler /
Holger Gerhardt
Neureconomics more
Katja Ignatieva Inhomogenous Dependence Modelling with Time Varying Copulae more
Dorothea Kübler /
Mirko Wiederholt
Neue Ansätze bei der Modellierung von Entscheidungen unter Unsicherheit more
Henning Weber /
Samad Sarferaz
Estimating DSGE Models more
Vladimir Spokoiny /
Zdenek Hlavka /
Wolfgang Härdle
Portfolio Value at Risk Based On Independent Components Analysis / Dynamic of State Price Density more

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