SEMINARS

The Macrofinance & Macrohistory Lab Bonn is moving the Bonn Macrohistory Seminars to Zoom, inviting scholars and students with interest in economic and financial history, historical development, and political economy, to participate.

 

Over the past years, the Bonn Macrofinance & Macrohistory Lab has hosted outstanding speakers, as one of Europe’s premier hubs for economic history. We are happy to continue introducing great ideas and researchers through our online series of Bonn Macrohistory Webinars.

 

The webinars will take place every Thursday at 16:00 Central Europe Time, and will last for 60 minutes including 45 minutes presentation, and 15 minutes for questions and discussion.

 

Specific details of the meeting code and event information will be sent through email announcements. Please write an email to macrofinance[at]uni-bonn.de if you would like to be added to seminar mailing list.

october


13.10.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

How do Investors Value ESG?

 

Mark Egan

(Harvard Business School)

 


27.10.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Hybrid

 

Racial Disparities in Housing Returns (with Amir Kermani)

Francis Wong

(University of Munich)

 


november


02.11.2022 - 14:45 CET

(Wednesday)

Macrohistory Webinar - Hybrid

 

The Credit Channel of Public Procurement

Ricardo Duque Gabriel

(University of Bonn)

 


10.11.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

Where money goes, credit flows: Who gains from unconventional monetary policy? Implications from the Dutch mortgage market

 

Mintra Dwarkasing

(University of Bonn)

 


17.11.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

Racial inequality in the U.S. unemployment insurance system (with Ioana Marinescu, and Maxim Massenkoff)

Link to the paper >

 

Daphné Skandalis

(University of Copenhagen)

 


24.11.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

The Demand for Long-Term Mortgage Contracts and the Role of Collateral 

 

Lu Liu

(University of Pennsylvania)

 


December


01.12.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

Income Inequality and Job Creation (with Sebastian Doerr, and Donggyu Lee)

Link to the paper >

 

Thomas Drechsel

(University of Maryland)

 


15.12.2022

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

Executive Mobility in the United States, 1920 to 2011 (with Dawoon Kim, and Hyunseob Kim)

 

John Graham

(Duke University)

 


january


12.01.2023

Macrohistory Webinar - Hybrid

 

TBA

 

Sascha O. Becker

(Monash University and University of Warwick)


19.01.2023

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

TBA

 

Sangseok Lee

(Bilkent University)

 


26.01.2023

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

TBA

 

Chi Hyun Kim

(University of Bonn)

 


february


02.02.2023

Macrohistory Webinar - Zoom

 

TBA

 

Alessandra Gonzalez

(University of Chicago)


March


23.03.2023

Macrohistory Webinar - Hybrid

 

TBA

 

Nico Voigtländer

(UCLA)