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HNA reports about Benjamin Schwanebeck

With Dr. Elina Khachatryan (Environmental and Behavioral Economics), Benjamin Schwanebeck will take part in the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences in August. In short presentation, Benjamin Schwanebeck will discuss his current research with the Nobel Laureates. The newspaper HNA has reported about the two scientists from Kassel on August 7, 2017. The article (in German) can be found here

 

Philipp Kirchner wins "Student Best Paper Award" at "15th INFINITI Conference on International Finance" in Valencia

On June 13, 2017, Philipp Kirchner won the "Student Best Paper Award" at "15th INFINITI Conference on International Finance" in Valencia. The awarded paper is entitled "Optimal Unconventional Monetary Policy in the Face of Shadow Banking" and is co-authored by Benjamin Schwanebeck.

 

Benjamin Schwanebeck nominated for 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences nominiert

Benjamin Schwanebeck will visit the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences in August. Several Nobel Laureates will join this meeting. Benjamin Schwanebeck is one of 40 German and 400 international young scientists who can discuss their current research with the Nobel Laureates. The Lindau meeting is held every three years.

 

New Publication on Cryptocurrencies

Andreas Hanl and Jochen Michaelis authored the paper "Kryptowährungen - ein Problem für die Geldpolitik?" (in German) which is now published by Wirtschaftsdienstes May 2017, Volume 97, Issue 5.

 

Benjamin Schwanebeck wins "Best Paper Award" at "1st International Conference on Finance and Economic Policy" in Poznan

On April 28, 2017, Benjamin Schwanebeck won the "Best Paper Award" at the "1st International Conference on Finance and Economic Policy" (ICOFEP) in Poznan, Poland. The awarded paper is entitled "Optimal Monetary and Macroprudential Policy in a Currency Union" and is co-authored by Dr. Jakob Palek. The article on the Institute's homepage is here.

 

Courses in sommer term 2017

In winter term 2017 our chair offers the following Cours

For further information visit "Lehre" or the respective moodle courses.

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Refugees welcome!? The refugee crisis from an economic point of view

On Wednesday, 11th November 2015 Prof. Holger Bonin held a lecture about the topic "Refugees welcome!? The refugee crisis from an economic point of view" that was organised by the IVWL. The slides can be found here.


Office hours

Department related office hours: thursdays from 10.00 - 11.00.

Examination office related Office hours: thursdays from 11.00 - 12.00.

You do not need to make an appointment beforehand.

 

Please contact Professor Michaelis for further appointments beyond the usual office hours directly via mail (michaelis(at)wirtschaft.uni-kassel.de).

 



Economic Research Colloquium

Economic Research Colloquium