Education and Lectures at RWI
RWI offers differnt types of lectures, where partners or RWI team members present research results.
To support the development of the next generation of young scientists, the RWI offers a range of opportunities for early-stage researchers to broaden and deepen their knowledge.
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RWI Research Seminar
» In the RWI Research Seminar external guests (national as well as international) present their scientific papers. In general, the seminars take place on Mondays from 4 to 5 pm (including discussion). Anyone interested in listening can join the seminar after prior registration.
Bernd Fitzenberger (Universität Freiburg): Benchmarking Regions: Estimating the Counterfactual Distribution of Labor Market Outcomes (8. Juli 2013)
Christoph Heible (Universität Trier): tba (10. Juni 2013)
Jens Südekum (Universität Duisburg-Essen): Profiles of Local Growth and Industrial Change: Facts and an Explanation (17. Mai 2013)
Jan Rouwendal (University Amsterdam): Diverging House Prices (22. April 2013)
RWI Brown Bag Seminar
» The RWI Brown Bag Seminar is an internal seminar series, in which scientists of the RWI and the RGS Econ can present and discuss their actual research. Presentations can cover final papers as well as work in progress. The seminar series usually takes place on Mondays from 12 to 1 pm.
Roland Döhrn (RWI): Die fiskalischen Kosten der Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise (4. Juni 2013)
Rüdiger Budde (RWI): Vorstellung der Geo-Daten am FDZ Ruhr (15. Februar 2013)
Simone Schüller (IZA Bonn): The Effects of 9/11 on Attitudes Toward Immigration and the Moderating Role of Education (3. Dezember 2012)
Marion König (IAB): Forschungsdaten am IAB (21. November 2012)
Promotion of Young Team Members
» To support the development of the next generation of young scientists, the RWI offers a range of opportunities for early-stage researchers to broaden and deepen their knowledge.