ULME Research Seminar
In the research seminar "UIm Lectures in Mathematics and Economics" - ULME - researchers from Ulm, Germany and abroad present their current work. ULME offers a wide range of topics from economics, business administration, finance and law and is an exciting mix of theoretical work, empirical analyses, experiments and simulation projects.
The seminar takes place (approximately) bi-weekly during the semester; Thursdays from 16:15 to 17:45 in HeHo 18 Room 1.20. Please see below for the dates of the current semester.
|Petra Hietanen-Kunwald|| |
|Law, humans and technology. Can mediation be digital?|
|07.11.2019||Steffen Altmann||Universität Kopenhagen||Complexity and the effectiveness of public policy|
|05.12.2019||Montserrat Guillen||Universität Barcelona||How will telematics and driving data change ratemaking in automobile insurance?|
|19.12.2019||Anja Sautmann|| |
Action Poverty Lab, MIT
|Does Patient Demand Contribute to the Overuse of Prescription Drugs?|
|30.01.2020||Fabian Herweg|| |
|Context-Dependent Preferences and Retailing: Vertical Restraints on Internet Sales|
|13.02.2020||Sebastian Watzka||Hans-Böckler Stiftung|| |
ULME as a Master Seminar
You can take the ULME research seminar as a seminar for master students. To receive credit points you need to regulary participate in the seminar as well as participate in the discussions during the colloquium. Moreover, a seminar paper must be prepared, which includes a written summary of selected presentations or a short presentation. If the speakers agree, the presentations will be published on Moodle.