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AS Wahl - Fristablauf zur Beantragung von Briefwahlunterlagen

Ort: Schriftlich beim Zentralen Wahlvorstand

09.04.2021 - 12.05.2021

Disputationsankündigung von Frau Dipl.-Vw., Dipl.-Pol. Isabel Collien

Ort: Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft Digital

23.04.2021 | 13:00 s.t. - 15:00

Disputationsankündigung von Herrn Nils Olsen, M.Sc.

Betreuer*in: Frau Univ.-Prof. Dr. Natalia Kliewer Herr Prof. Dr. Bastian Amberg Thema des Vortrages: Verteidigung der Dissertation Electromobility in Public Transport: Scheduling of Electric Vehicles and Location Planning of the Charging Infrastructure

Ort: digital

26.04.2021 | 10:00 s.t. - 12:00
26.04.2021 | 11:00 - 12:00

Disputationsankündigung von Herrn Julian Reisch, M.Sc.

Betreuer*in: Frau Univ.-Prof. Dr. Natalia Kliewer Herr Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ralf Borndörfer Thema des Vortrages: Verteidigung der Dissertation Railway Timetable Optimization

Ort: Digital

27.04.2021 | 12:00 s.t. - 14:00
28.04.2021 | 14:00 - 15:00

Research Seminar in Economics Klaus Zimmermann: "Social Assimilation and Labor Market Outcomes of Migrants in China"

Abstract: Previous research has found identity to be relevant for international migration, but has neglected internal mobility as in the case of the Great Chinese Migration. However, the context of the identities of migrants and their adaption in the migration process is likely to be quite different. The gap is closed by examining social assimilation and the effect on the labourmarket outcomes of migrants in China, the country with the largest record of internal mobility. Using instrumental variable estimation, the study finds that identifying as local residents significantly increase migrants’ hourly wages and reduce hours worked, although their monthly earnings remained barely changed. Further findings suggest that migrants with strong local identity are more likely to use local networks in job search, and to obtain jobs with higher average wages and lower average hours worked per day.

Ort: Online presentation

29.04.2021 | 12:15 - 13:30
30.04.2021 | 11:30 - 12:30
30.04.2021 | 14:15 - 15:45

AS Wahltage am 18.05. und 19.05.2021

Ort: FU Berlin FB Wirtschaftswissenschaft Garystr. 21 14195 Berlin

18.05.2021 - 19.05.2021
19.05.2021 | 11:00 - 16:00
21.04.2021 | 14:00 - 15:00
19.04.2021 | 11:00 - 12:00
14.04.2021 | 14:00 - 15:00
12.04.2021 | 11:00 - 12:00
07.04.2021 | 14:00 - 15:00
06.04.2021 - 09.04.2021
31.03.2021 | 14:00 - 15:00
29.03.2021 | 11:00 - 12:00
26.03.2021 | 11:30 - 12:30
26.02.2021 | 11:30 - 12:30
24.02.2021 | 15:00 - 16:00
17.02.2021 | 12:00 - 13:00

Research Seminar in Economics Malte Sandner: "Prenatal and Infancy Home Visiting in Germany: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial on Child and Maternal Outcomes at Child Age 7"

Abstract: This study exploits a randomized controlled trial to investigate the effects of a German home visiting program (Pro Kind) for disadvantaged families on child and maternal outcomes at child’s age 7. The intervention started during pregnancy and continued until the second birthday. We present results five years after the end of the home visits. We use data from telephone interviews, on-site interviews, and developmental tests to assess children’s and mothers’ mental health, life satisfaction, cognitive and social development, parenting behavior, signs of child abuse or neglect, and the family’s socio-economic status. Furthermore, we access administrative data to obtain information regarding the mother’s and child’s usage of health care services, and mother’s welfare usage and employment history. We find that Pro Kind has several positive effects on reported child behavior. For mothers, Pro Kind reduces violent parenting and increases mental health. Additionally, mothers in the treatment group have more second births and are less months employed than in the control group indicating that mother in the treatment group focus more on their family life. Overall, the results suggest that the Pro Kind intervention has long lasting effects and changed the life of the participating families sustainable in many domains.

Ort: Online presentation

16.02.2021 | 16:15 - 17:30

Research Seminar in Economics Jochem de Bresser: "Preferences for income redistribution: a new survey instrument and experimental evidence"

Abstract :  This paper proposes a new survey instrument to measure preferences for income redistribution. Starting from the status quo, respondents construct their preferred distribution of after-tax income by changing the tax rates of the bottom four income quintiles. Taxes for the top quintile update automatically to keep the size of the govern-ment budget fixed and incorporate realistic adjustment of taxable income (e.g. changes in labor supply or tax evasion). The new measure is quantitative, comparable across individuals and focuses on redistribution without simultaneous changes in social insur-ance or the size of the government. Moreover, it connects outcomes with the policy tools available to affect them and engages respondents by dynamically updating the income distribution both graphically and numerically. Data are collected in the LISS panel, a large scientific panel that is representative for the Dutch population. The results indicate that the status quo is optimal for about half of the sample and that the other half would prefer a more equal distribution. Only 5% opt for more inequality, but not beyond a flat-tax. Two information treatments inform respondents about the efficiency costs of redistribution, updated dynamically, and the most important income sources across income groups. The latter prompts respondents to stick to the status quo rather than increase equality, while efficiency costs lead to smaller deviations without changing their incidence.

Ort: Online presentation

09.02.2021 | 16:15 - 17:30
03.02.2021 | 10:00 s.t. - 12:00

Research Seminar in Economics Arthur Seibold: "Privatizing Disability Insurance"

Abstract :  In light of rising expenditure, many social insurance programs face pressure to cut back their generosity to remain sustainable. Such reforms are often accompanied by the idea that individuals can obtain private insurance. In this project, we investigate how the private disability insurance (DI) market responds to a large change in public DI in Germany. Using a combination of administrative data on public DI claims and data from a large private insurance provider, we analyze the reform of 2001, which abolished a type of public DI for younger birth cohorts. We document that the private DI market multiplies in size after the reform. Results from a difference-in-difference strategy suggest a significant causal effect on private DI coverage among affected individuals. Yet, the estimated post-reform coverage rate remains modest. Moreover, we find that the share of privately insured individuals is lower among those with higher occupational disability risk and with lower income.

Ort: Online presentation

02.02.2021 | 16:15 - 17:30
28.01.2021 | 15:00

Research Seminar in Economics Phoebe Ishak: "The Effect of Natural Resource Income Shocks on Human Capital: Theory-Inspired Evidence"

Abstract: We explore the effects of persistent income shocks on human capital using oil price fluctuations in a large sample of relevant African countries and employing micro data from multiple waves of the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS).  Theoretically, such shocks enable human capital investment via the standard income effect; but also crowd it out because of substitutability between natural resource and human capital income sources – so the net outcome can go either way.  Our model also suggests that the relative strength of the two effects depends on the age at which the shock is experienced and the affected gender.  Consistent with these insights, we find that income shocks in early life enhance educational attainment and other derived outcomes; but reduce them if experienced in adolescence, especially for females.  These results survive multiple robustness checks, and their broader implications are discussed.

Ort: Online presentation

26.01.2021 | 16:15 - 17:30

Research Seminar in Economics Tim Lohse: "Pecunia non olet - On the self-selection into (dis)honest earning opportunities"

We study self-selection into earning money in an honest or dishonest fashion based on individuals. attitudes toward truthful reporting. We propose a decision-theoretic framework where individuals willingness to pay for honest earnings is determined by their (behavioral) lying costs. Our laboratory experiment identifies lying costs as the decisive factor causing self-selection into honest earning opportunities for individuals with high costs and into cheating opportunities for those prepared to misreport. Our experimental setup allowsus to recover individual lying costs and their distribution in the population.

Ort: Online presentation

12.01.2021 | 16:15 - 17:30
10.12.2020 | 16:30 - 19:30

Research Seminar in Economics Regina Riphahn: "Long-run effects of wage subsidies on maternal labor market outcomes"

We use rich and precise administrative data to study the causal effect of subsidized employment on first time mothers' labor market outcomes up to 8 years after the birth. We apply propensity score matching combined with an event study design to determine the causal effects of taking up a subsidized Minijob after a first birth. We compare this employment choice to similar but unsubsidized, i.e., regular employment. Our results indicate that mothers who take up Minijob employment after a first birth are significantly less likely to be regularly employed and earn significantly lower wages even 8 years after the birth. The high rate of Minijob employment among first time mothers after the birth drives a substantial share of the child penalty of German mothers.

Ort: Online

08.12.2020 | 16:15 - 17:30

Rund ums Ausland

Sie interessieren sich für einen Auslandsaufenthalt während Ihres Studiums? Die Informationsveranstaltung Rund ums Ausland richtet sich an alle Studierenden des Fachbereichs Wirtschaftswissenschaft . Erfahren Sie mehr über den Direktaustausch von FU und Fachbereich sowie das fachbereichsspezifische Erasmus+ Studium und Auslandspraktika. Ihre Ansprechpartner aus dem International Office des Fachbereichs stehen für erste Fragen zur Verfügung.

Ort: Webex : https://fu-berlin.webex.com/fu-berlin-en/j.php?MTID=m0e44a235de4a47010760916d5920d570 Meeting number: 121 972 4449 Meeting password: pQsyPDPa362

04.12.2020 | 10:00 s.t. - 11:30
02.12.2020 | 16:00 - 17:00

Research Seminar in Economics Ulrich Rendtel: "Misst der Berliner Mietspiegel die ortsübliche Vergleichsmiete? Ein Vergleich mit dem Mikrozensus 2018"

Mit dem Wohnmodul des Mikrozensus 2018 ist es erstmals möglich, Wohnungsmieten lokal auf einen 100m x 100m Gitter zu analysieren. Dies eröffnet die Möglichkeit, die Wohnlagen des Berliner Mietspiegels im Mikrozensus abzubilden. Da auch weitere Bestimmungsgrößen des Mietspiegels zur Verfügung stehen, können Vergleiche mit dem Berliner Tabellenmietspiegel 2019 durchgeführt werden. Der Vortrag geht der Frage nach, ob die sehr hohen Nonresponse-Raten bei der Erhebung des Berliner Mietspiegels eventuell zu einer Verzerrung der Messung der ortsüblichen Vergleichsmiete geführt haben. Hier ist Mikrozensus mit Teilnahmepflicht eindeutig im Vorteil. Weiterhin wird ein alternativer Regressionsmietspiegel für Berlin präsentiert, der neben den Wohnlagen des Mietspiegels auch Postleitzahlgebiete berücksichtigt. Die Analyse berücksichtigt zwei Auswahlebenen: Einmal die Auswahl der neuen Mietverhältnisse der letzten vier Jahre sowie die Berücksichtigung aller Mietverhältnisse. Die Vergleichsmiete des Mietspiegels, die neben den Neuvermietungen auch Haushalte mit Mietanpassungen in den letzten 4 Jahren berücksichtigt, sollte zwischen diesen Mikrozensus-Werten liegen. Der Regressionsmietspiegel weist auf bedeutende regionale Unterschiede im Berliner Mietniveau hin. Weiterhin kann die Entwicklung der Mietspreise in Berlin und deren sich beschleunigender Anstieg eindrucksvoll dargestellt werden.

Ort: Online presentation (German)

01.12.2020 | 16:15 - 17:30
30.11.2020 | 16:00 - 17:00
26.11.2020 | 15:00 - 16:00
25.11.2020 | 10:00 - 11:30
24.11.2020 | 10:00 - 11:00
20.11.2020 | 10:00 - 11:00
18.11.2020 | 16:00 - 17:00
18.11.2020 | 10:00 - 11:30
11.11.2020 | 11:00 - 12:00
09.11.2020 | 14:00 - 15:00
05.10.2020 - 09.10.2020

WoMenventures SummerSchool

Ort: Einstein Center Digital Future (Wilhelmstraße 67)

03.08.2020 - 07.08.2020
10.07.2020 | 14:00 c.t. - 16:00

From Science to Innovation: Creating perspectives for early-career researchers

Early-career researchers, including PhD students and postdocs, are the epitome of "high potentials", setting the trajectory for groundbreaking insights and outstanding innovation. Researchers Entrepreneurs is back with an interactive online session with two guests reflecting on their career and experiences across research environments: industry and academia. We discuss where institutions and research environments may currently fail to provide necessary support to early-career researchers and seek solutions for these shortcomings.

24.06.2020 | 18:00


Ort: Thielallee 73, Seminar room 010

14.02.2020 | 14:15 - 15:45
24.01.2020 | 08:45 - 12:00
23.01.2020 | 08:45 - 12:00
20.01.2020 - 24.01.2020
07.01.2020 | 14:15 - 15:45

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Makroökonomie

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

12.12.2019 | 18:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Mathematik

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

10.12.2019 | 18:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Staat und Allokation

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

05.12.2019 | 18:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Externe Unternehmensrechnung

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

03.12.2019 | 18:00

Informationsveranstaltung Auslandsstudium und –praktikum

Am 21.11.2019 findet im Hs 104 von 12-14 Uhr eine Informationsveranstaltung rund um das Thema Auslandsaufenthalte während des Studiums für die Studierenden des Fachbereichs statt. Hier finden sich weitere Informationen zur Veranstaltung des International Office des Fachbereichs.

Ort: Hörsaal 104 Garystr. 21, 14195 Berlin

21.11.2019 | 12:00 s.t.

Veranstaltung "Lesung und Gespräch"

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek der Freien Universität Berlin

19.11.2019 | 18:00 s.t. - 19:00

Themenabend der Initiative „Life Sciences & Health“

Am Mittwoch, 6.11.2019 ab 17:30 laden NFUSION – Entrepreneurs Network der Freien Universität Berlin und Profund Innovation zum Themenabend der Initiative „Life Sciences & Health“ ein.

Ort: Profund Innovation, Altensteinstraße 40, 14195 Berlin

06.11.2019 | 17:30 - 19:30

InnoMatch: IT-Entrepreneurship meets InnoBridge

Ort: Co-Working Space im Gründerhaus (Altensteinstraße 40)

21.10.2019 | 13:00 - 18:00

Auftaktveranstaltung Funpreneur Wettbewerb

Ort: HS 102 (Garystraße 21)

21.10.2019 | 12:00 - 16:00

Bibliotheksführung Masterstudierende

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

17.10.2019 | 13:00 s.t.

Bibliotheksführung Masterstudierende

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

16.10.2019 | 10:00 s.t.

Einführungsveranstaltung für die neue M&M-Kohorte

Wir freuen uns darauf auch in diesem Jahr die neuen Studierenden im Masterstudiengang "Management & Marketing" in einer Einführungsveranstaltung begrüßen zu dürfen.

Ort: Hörsaal 102, Garystraße 21

10.10.2019 | 10:00
23.09.2019 - 27.09.2019
01.07.2019 - 02.07.2019

Einladung Gastvortrag von Dr. Tobias Gräber zum Thema DSGVO

Ort: Konferenzraum Gründerhaus, Altensteinstraße 40

28.06.2019 | 12:15 - 14:00

Hello Diversity! Conference

Ort: Henry-Ford-Bau sowie Gründerhaus der Freien Universität Berlin, Garystraße 35 und Altensteinstraße 40

27.06.2019 - 28.06.2019

Business & Beer meets Hello Diversity! Conference

Ort: Gründerhaus der Freien Universität Berlin (Altensteinstraße 40, 14195 Berlin)

26.06.2019 | 18:00

Vortrag "How to publish gender studies in entrepreneurship journals?" von Prof. Helle Neergaard

Ort: Gründerhaus der Freien Universität Berlin, Altensteinstraße 40

26.06.2019 | 17:00 - 18:00

Eröffnung der Poster-Session SoSe 2019

Ort: Garystr. 21 - Hörsaaltrakt

26.06.2019 | 15:45

FGF-Arbeitskreistreffen "Gender & Entrepreneurship"

Ort: Gründerhaus der Freien Universität Berlin, Altensteinstraße 40

26.06.2019 | 12:00 - 18:00
17.06.2019 | 18:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Investition und Finanzierung

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

29.05.2019 | 16:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Jahresabschluss und Steuern

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

27.05.2019 | 16:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Statistik

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

22.05.2019 | 16:00

Lerngruppen-SpeedDating Interne Unternehmensrechnung

Ort: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Bibliothek

20.05.2019 | 16:00
06.05.2019 - 09.05.2019

Einladung Gastvortrag der BVG, aktuelle Projekte zur Mobilität der Zukunft

Im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung Service Engineering (Wirtschaftsinformatik Master) von Prof. Gersch, möchten wir Sie herzlich zum Gastvortrag von Michael Bartnik einladen. Im Mittelpunkt stehen aktuelle Projekte der BVG zur Mobilität der Zukunft. Wann? Fr. 03.05.2019 um 10:15 – 12:00 Uhr WO?   HS107 (Garystr. 21)

Ort: HS107 (Garystr. 21)

03.05.2019 | 10:15 - 12:00
21.03.2019 | 19:00 s.t.