Lunch seminars

The CEBI Lunch Seminar takes place every Monday at 12:15- 1pm in the Faculty Lounge on the 3rd floor in building 35, room 35.3.20.

Everyone brings their own lunch.

Autumn semester 2024

Sept. 9 Martin Browning, Tba.
Sept. 16 Simon Kyllebæk Andersen, Tba.
Sept. 23
Sept. 30
October 7
October 14 Autumn break
October 21
October 28 CEBI visitor Francesco Capozzo, WTB & Berlin School of Economics
November 4 Reserved for visiting PhD student
November 11 Miriam Wüst, "Good nurses"
November 18
November 25
December 2 3 Phd or Post Docs present for 15 minutes
December 9
December 16

Spring semester 2024

February 12 Winterbreak
February 19 Cancelled.
February 26 Christina Gravert, "Intent to Inertia – Experimental Evidence from the Retail Electricity Market"
March 4 Jeppe Druedahl, "Solving Economic Models with Finite-Horizon using Deep Reinforcement Learning"
March 11 Morten Bennedsen, "Neighborhood CEO's" (In room 26.2.21)
March 18 Cancelled
March 25 Easter
April 1 Easter
April 8 Isabel Skak Olufsen, "The Effect of Kindergarten Peer Composition on School Well-being and Perfomance".
April 15 Kieran Gibson, University of Queensland (visiting PhD student). "Motivation Paradox: Adding Prosocial Incentives Reduces Effort"
April 22 Ida Lykke Kristiansen, "De-specialization in health care: Evidence from mental health treatments"
April 29 Johan Sæverud, "Who benefits from working with AI?"
May 6 Jens Brøndum Petersen, "Household Behavior below the zero bound"
May 13 Franziska Valder, "Disability insurance: fiscal goals and individual well-being"
May 20 Whit Monday
May 27 Louis Freget, "Discontinuity in GP care during pregnancy"
June 3 Asbjørn Juul Petersen., "Do Conservative Life Attitudes Predict Life Time Income and Inequality?"
June 10

Two PhD students or Post Docs presents an idea.
1) Adam Hallengreen: "Career Decisions within Households"
2) Camilla Skovbo Christensen, "Does Couple Formation Affect Stock Market Participation?"

In room 26.2.21

June 17 Cancelled.
June 24 Jonas Loft Skals, "Gender Differences in Career and Family Preferences: Evidence from a Survey of Physicians"

Autumn semester 2023

September 11 CEBI seminar with Andrew Barr, Texas A&M University: "The Heterogeneous Long Run Effects of Universal
Pre-K" (in room 26.2.21)
September 18 Felix Chopra, "Conducting Qualitative Interviews with AI"
October 2 Mette Ejrnæs, “The impact of (mis)-information on the take-up of HPV vaccine?"
October 9 Johannes Wohlfart: "Attention to the Macroeconomy"
October 16 Autumn break
October 23 Cancelled.
October 30 Three PhD students present an idea (15 min each), 1) Asbjørn Juul Petersen "International Student Mobility"
2) Mads Rahbek Jørgensen, "The Cash Flow Channel of Monetary Policy: Evidence from Adjustable-Rate Mortgages in Denmark"  3) Hjalte Fejerskov Boas, "Cryptocurrencies: Who, Why, How?"
November 6 Malene Laczek. "Inter-generational Spillovers in Labor Supply: Evidence from a Danish Retirement Reform"
(In room 26.2.21)
November 20 Mona Barake (Paris School of Economics, visiting CEBI): "Tax Planning by European Banks" (in room 26.2.21)
November 27 CANCELLED. 
December 4 Miriam Wüst, "Cash Benefits and Family Wellbeing"
December 11 Thomas Jørgensen, "Affordable Housing and Gender Inequality"
December 18 Florian Schneider. “Vaccine Incentives”

Spring semester 2023

February 6 Sonja Settele: "The mental health effects of promotions “to the top" for women".
February 13 Winterbreak
February 20 Johannes Wohlfart: "Mental models of asset returns".
February 27 Nils Wehrhöfer (Deutsche Bundesbank, visiting CEBI): “Energy prices and inflation expectations: Evidence from households and firms“.
March 6 Thomas Jørgensen: "Intra-Household allocation of time".
March 13 Helene Willadsen (SODAS): TBA
March 20 Jana Schütz (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, visiting phd student):" Beliefs about the Gender Pension Gap and the Role of Financial Literacy"
March 27 Martin Browning: "Who lives with whom and how do they share when they live together?"
April 3 & April 10 Easter break
April 17 Three PhD students present an idea (15 min each), 1) Isabel Skak Olufsen, “The effect of changes in relationship status on portfolio choice"  2) Mads Rahbek Jørgensen, “How tight are liquidity constraints?”, 3) Louis Freget, “Providers’ value-added and patients’ health”. 
April 24 Niels Johannesen: Is the bar higher for women in the economics profession?
May 1 Felix Chopra: "Global Evidence on the Willingness to Fight Climate Change"
May 8 Morten Bennedsen: ”Pay Transparency and Mental Health”
May 15 Benjamin Ly Serena (CBS): "Life expectancy inequality: Health or health care? Evidence from cancer in an equal-access health care system"
May 22 Three postdocs present an idea (15 min each) 1) Franziska Valder, “Higher Education and Mental Health: Consequences of Capping Study Duration for Student Mental Health and Early Labor Market Outcomes”
2) Frederik Plesner Lyngse, “Gender Differences in Filling Antibiotic Prescriptions: Descriptive Evidence and Mechanisms” 3) Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg, “Applying for relevant vacancies”
May 29 Whit Monday
June 5 Constitution day
June 12 Johan Sæverud. Tba.
June 19 Tba.

Autumn semester 2022

September 5 Petter Lundborg, Lund University. "Learning-By-Doing and Productivity Growth Among High-Skilled Workers: Evidence from the Treatment of Heart Attacks" & Claus Thustrup Kreiner: CEBI self-evaluation and research plan for the 2nd. period
September 12 Perry Singleton, Syracuse University: "Behavioral Bias in Occupational Fatality Risk: Theory, Evidence, and Implications"
September 19 Martin Browning: "Fairness in the family".
September 26 Ingo Zettler, Department of Psychology & SODAS: "Honest and dishonest behavior".
October 3 Michael Kosfeld, University of Frankfurt. "Groupy opinion formation"
October 10 Niels Johannesen: "Transmission of Covid-19 through consumer activity"
October 17 Autumn break
October 24 Franziska Valder. "Gender gaps in heart disease + physician risk assessment and technology"
October 31 Miriam Wüst. "Depressed peers"
November 7 Jakob Egholt Søgaard: "Welfare of Public Policy with Peer Effect"
November 14 Søren Leth-Petersen: "Income risk"
November 21 Camilla Skovbo Christensen: "The stability of passive behavior".
November 28 Christina Gravert: "Switching in the Danish electricity market".
December 5 Kathrine Aaby Lorentzen: "Hours constraints and occupational sorting across gender"
December 12 Felix Chopra. Home Price Expectations and Spending: Evidence from a Field Experiment (2/3)

Spring semester 2022

February 28 Ekaterina Travova: "How personal income/wealth deprivation could affect criminal behavior". 
March 7 Miriam Wüst: "Optimal design of reminder policies - Evidence from vaccination reminder reforms" (stage 2)
March 14 Jakob Søgaard: "Identifying the marginal propensity to consume using tax reforms".
March 21 Johan Sæverud: "Communicating Social Security Reform".
March 28 Hjalte Fjerskov Boas/Lauge Larsen. Tba.
April 4 Franziska Valder: "Relationship Stability - Evidence from Labor and Marriage Markets" (stage 3)
April 11

April 18 Easter
April 25 Ida Maria Hartmann: "Individual Unemployment Expectations".
May 2 Mette Gørtz and Mette Ejrnæs: "Before and after out-of-home placement: Child health, education and crime".
May 9 Stefano Castaldo (University of Padua) : "Severance Pay and Investment decisions".
May 16 Malene C. F. Laczek: "Child penalty and Peers".
May 23 Jeroen van der Vaart (University of Groningen) : "Health inequalities and the lifetime progressivity of old-age social insurance programs".
June 6 Whit Monday
June 13 Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg: "Unemployment and Job Search Behavior of Graduates".
June 20 Louis Freget: "Too sad to care: correlates to maternal depression".

Autumn semester 2021

Aug. 30 Chris Roth (University of Warwick): "The dynamics of information acquisition: Evidence from firms and households".
Sept. 6 Anne Brenøe (University of Zurich): "The Job Market".
Sept. 13 Emil Toft Hansen: "High Cost Consumption Loans". 
Sept. 20 Anne Sophie Lassen (External Phd student, CBS): "Marriage Market Adjustments to Labour Market Shocks:  Evidence from Denmark".
Sept. 27 Camilla Skovbo Christensen: "Do tax subsidies in retirement accounts impact private savings? New evidence from Denmark on middle-income workers".
Oct. 4 Michael Lechner (University of St. Gallen): "The Effect of Sport in Online Dating: Evidence from Causal Machine Learning".
Oct. 11

Peter Andre (External Phd student, University of Bonn): "Shallow Meritocracy".

Oct. 18 (Autumn break)
Oct. 25 Kristian U. O. Larsen: "Family formation, cohabitation and gender inequality".
Nov. 1 Tobias Gabel Christiansen (SODAS: "Dynamic and Heterogenous Effects of Tax Audits".
Nov. 8 Halvard Sandvik Jansen (Visiting Phd student, University of Bergen): "The Hidden Costs of Competitive Tendering – Health and Labor Effects on Norwegian Bus Drivers".
Nov. 22 Joachim Kahr Rasmussen: "The Dynamics of the Causal Effect of Parent Income on Child Outcomes: Evidence from Grandparental Deaths in Denmark".
Nov. 29 Christina Gravert: "Switching in the Electricity Market".
Dec. 6 Jesper Friis: Tba.
Dec. 13 CANCELLED. Daniel Borowczyk-Martins (CBS): "Measuring Labor Market Transitions in Europe: Identification and Validation Analysis".

Spring semester 2021

Jan. 11 Shan Huang –  DIW Berlin & Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, “Physician effects in antibiotic prescribing: Evidence from physician exits”.
Febr. 15 Winter break
March 1 Sarah Sander "Does the Child  Penalty Strike Twice?"
March 8 Kristoffer Pade Glavind “How internet access changes behavior – the case of free roaming”
March 15 Malene Callesøe Fuglsang Laczek "Informal childcare and labor supply"
March 22

Morten Graugaard Olsen: “The Firms behind the Labor Share: Heterogeneity and concentration in market share amongst Danish Firms” 

March 29 Easter
April 5 Easter
April 12 Katrine M. T. Jakobsen: "Fertility and Family Labor Supply"
April 19 Joachim K. Rasmussen: “Social Mobility, Inequality and Growth”
May 10

Miriam Wüst:. "The short- and long-run effects of long follow-up. Results on the importance of early interventions from a historical trial"

May 17 Lykke Sterrl Christensen. "The Greater Game in School Choice"
May 24 Whit Monday
May 31 Esteban Garcia-Miralles. "The causal effects of life expectancy: evidence from a health innovation"
June 7 Tianyi Wang. Tba.
June 14 Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg. "Preferences predict who commits crime among young men"

Autumn Semester 2020

(in this semester the seminars will be held in room 26.2.21 and on Zoom)

Sept. 7 Kristian Berndt Karlson, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen:
"Family Background, Educational Qualifications, and Meritocratic Labor Market
Allocation: Evidence from Danish Siblings"
Sept 14 Mia Jørgensen:" Financial leverage and mental health"
Sept. 21 Cancelled
Sept. 28 Joachim Kahr Rasmussen:" Solving Dynamic Models using Reinforcement Learning"
Oct. 5 Miriam Wüst and more from CEBI: "CV of Failures" Postponed.
Oct. 12 Autumn Break
Oct. 19 Torben Heien Nielsen: "Early Career, Life-cycle choices, and gender"
Oct. 26 Tianyi Wang: "Media, Pulpit, and Populist Persuasion: Evidence from Father Coughlin"
Nov. 2 Miriam Wüst: "Nurses and parental health investments"
Nov. 9 Martin Benedikt Busch (JMP)
Nov. 16 Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg: " Field of Study and Financial Problems: How Economics Reduces the Risk of Default".
Nov. 23 Pol Campos-Mercade: "Irrational Statistical Discrimination"
Nov. 30 Claus Thustrup Kreiner: "Estimating Labor Supply with Dynamic Compensation: Evidence and Implications"
Dec. 7

Jakob E. Søgaard, "Economic incentives and the division of parental leave"

Dec. 14 Robert Mahlstedt, "Punishing the Poor? Work Requirements and Benefit Sanctions for Welfare Recipients"

Spring Semester 2020

Febr. 3 DNRF preparation (Claus T. Kreiner)
Febr. 10 Winter break
Febr. 17 Svea Holtman, Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: Tax avoidance with hybrid financial instruments"
Febr. 24 Benjamin Ly Serena “The Effect of Psychotherapy Coverage on stuff”"
March 2 Martin Benedikt Busch: “Sequential Search” 
March 9 Johan Sæveud: "Income Inequality"
March 16 Mia Herløv Jørgensen: "Sick of your poor neighborhood?"
March 23 Cortnie Shupe: "Long-run impacts of teen exposure to minimum wages in the US"
March 30 Christina Gravert: "Nudge me! Response to and demand for healthy habit reminders"
April 6 Easter week
April 13 Easter Holiday
April 20 Kristoffer Balle Hvidberg: "Higher education and finacial problems: The effects of fiels of study"
April 27 Esteban Garcia-Miralles: "Joint retirement of couples: Evidence from discontinuities in Denmark"
May 4 Frederik Plum Hauschultz: "Patient leaning and non-linear contract"
May 18 Pol Campos-Mercade: "Pro sociality predicts health behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic"
May 25 Søren Leth-Petersen: "Estimating (marginal) treatment effects using survey data"
June 2 Claus Thustrup Kreiner: "Demand for Redistribution and Origins of Inequality"
June 8 Mette Gørtz. Tba.

Autumn Semester 2019

Aug. 19 Esteban Garcia-Miralles: "Peer Effects in the Tax Code: Evidence from Retirement Savings Decisions in Denmark"
Sept. 2 Felix Sebastian Døssing: "The effects of unemployment insurance coverage rates: Quasi-experimental evidence"
Sept. 9 PhD seminar in the Faculty Lounge - room 35.3.20 at 13.00
Sept. 16 Department meeting
Sept. 23 Ida Lykke Kristiansen: "Short and Long-Term Consequences of Severe Parental Health Shocks"
Sept. 30 Renke Schmacker (DIW Berlin): "Can Sin Taxes Help Consumers with Low Self-Control? Evidence from Sin Tax Reforms"
Oct. 7 Felix Sebastian Døssing: "Social selection vs. influence in altruistic behavior: Evidence on Couples from Administrative Data"
Oct. 14 Davide Bellucci (University of Turin): "Perceived immigration and voting behavior"
Oct. 21 CEBI Seminar with Jonathan Meer (Texas AM University): “The Minimum Wage’s Effects on the Nonprofit Sector Employment”. In room 26.2.21 at 12.00
Oct. 28 Adam Sheridan: "Learning About Social Networks from Mobile Money Transfers"
Nov. 4 Mette Ejrnæs: "The contagious nature of a vaccine scare: How the introduction of HPV vaccination lifted and eroded MMR vaccination in Denmark"
Nov. 11 Johannes Wohlfart: "Beliefs About the Stock Market and Investment Choices: Evidence from a Field Experiment" 
Nov. 18 Esther Chevrot-Bianco: "How do firms respond to `soft´ gender quotas?"
Nov. 25 Jesper Eriksen (Aalborg University): "Signaling and Screening in the Search for Apprenticeships" 
Dec. 2 Miriam Wüst: Nurse quality and parental health investments"
Dec. 16 CEBI Seminar with Nick Papageorge (John Hopkins University) in room 26.2.21 at 12.00

Spring Semester 2019

Feb. 11 Winter Break
Feb. 18 Torben Heien Nielsen: "TBA"
Feb. 25 Jakob Søgaard: "Paying to Avoid Your Children"
Mar. 4 Niels Johannesen: "Intra-Family Insurance"
Mar. 11 Felix Sebastian Døssing: "TBA"
Mar. 18 Marco Piovesan: "TBA"
Mar. 25 Emil Toft Hansen: "TBA"
Apr. 1 Jakob Søgaard: "The Marie Currie Grant Application Process"
Apr. 8 Martin Benedikt Busch: "TBA"
Apr. 15 Helene Willadsen: "TBA"
Apr. 22 Easter (No seminar)
May 6 Sarah Sander (UCL): "Age at Enrollment in Childcare and Child Development" 
May 13 Gregers Nytoft Rasmussen: "TBA"
May 20 Hans Henrik Sievertsen (Bristol): "Children and Antibiotics"
May 27 Maria Juul Hansen: "Intra-Household Allocation of Commuting"
June 3 Thomas Jørgensen: "Fertility and Female Labor Supply"

Autumn Semester 2018

Aug. 27

Emil Verner (MIT) "Job Market Experiences"

Sept. 3

Jakob Egholt Søgaard "Labour Supply and Optimization Frictions"
Sept. 17

Benjamin Ly Serena "Obesity in Primary School"

Oct. 8

Marc Puigmule  (University of Barcelona) "Immigration and Political Selection: Evidence from Migration Shocks"

Oct. 29

Morten Olsen "The Forms behind the Labor Share: Heterogeneity and Dynamics"

Nov. 5

Hans Sivertsen (University of Bristol) , Tba.

Nov. 12

Johan Sæverud "What is wage?"

Nov. 19

Jeppe Druedahl, Tba.

Nov. 26

Kristian Hedeager Bentsen, Tba.

Dec. 3

Esteban Garcia-Miralles, Tba.

Dec 17

Christofer Schroeder (Stockholm School of Economics) "Crime and Wealth"

Spring Semester 2018

  Febr. 5   

 Benjamin Ly Serena: "The role of Social Mobility for the Association  
 Between Income and Life Expectancy"
Febr. 12 Winter Break, no seminar
Febr. 19       Jakob Egholt Søgaard: "Look-in Effect of Property Taxes: Evidence from a Regerssion Discontinuity in Denmark"
Febr. 26 Jakob Miethe: "Hurricanes, nightlights, and the elusive 'comparative advantage' of offshore finance"
March 5 Anita Glenny: "Marginal Employment and Job Search Behaviour"
March 12 Anne Ardila Brenøe: "Intergenerational Transmission of Time Preferences: Causal Evidence of Persistent Effects"
March 19 Katrine Marie Tofthøj: "Wealth Taxation and Wealth Accumulation: Theory and Evidence from Denmark"
March 26 David Dreyer Lassen: "Immigration and Political Selection"
April 2 Easter, no seminar
April 9 Introduction to new CEBI PhD's
April 16 Helene Willadsen: "Choice of Further Education"
April 23 Miriam Wust (VIVE): "Crowding, Procedure use and Patient Health: Evidence from Maternity Wards"
April 30 Mikkel Høst Gandil: "Opring out of Public Schools"
May 7 Martin Munk (AAU): "The Decline of Intergenerational Mobility in Denmark"
May 14 Felix Sebastian Døssing: "Paternalistic Preferences and Behaviour"
May 21 Whitsun, no seminar
May 28 Kristian Hedeager Bentsen: "Introducing Third-Party Reporting and Tax Evasion: Alimony Contributions, Stocks and Fringe Benefits"
June 4         Morten Olsen: "Automating Labor: Evidencefrom Firm-level Patent Data"
June  11       Adam Sheridan: "Measuring Consumption"
June 18:  Lihn To (Harvard University): "Labor Supply and Maternity Leave"

Fall Semester 2017

Oct. 2: Sofie Cairo: “Does the ‘karensdag’ sanction increase transition rates into small jobs for insured jobseekers?”
Oct. 9: Sarah Clifford: “Charitable Contributions and Tax Evasion”
Oct. 16: Fall Break, no seminar
Oct. 23: David Dreyer Lassen: ”The Effect of Income and Unemployment Shocks on Political Preferences”
Oct. 30: Ludvig Wier: “€600 Billion and Counting: Why High Tax Countries Let Tax Havens Flourish”
Nov. 6: Nick Fabrin Nielsen: ”Economic Consequences of Childhood Diabetes”
Nov. 3: Nikolaj Harmon:  “Understanding the Labor Market Effects of Parental Leave”
Nov. 20: Petra Cavalca: ”The role of economic incentives in the market for foster care”
Nov. 27: Emil Bjerre Jensen: "Household consumption responses to adjustable-rate mortgage payments: Evidence from transaction data."
Dec. 4: Mia Jørgensen: ”Monetary policy and inequality”
Dec. 11: Mette Rasmussen: ”Profiling of unemployed  individuals”

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