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Weekly research seminars

In the central weekly seminar, the "Munich Economic Colloquium", that is also named "Hans-Möller-Seminar" after our emeritus and patron of the faculty, current research questions are discussed with researchers from other universities, especially international reknowned guests. You may find the program and additional information on the respective seminar-homepage.


Munich Economics  Colloquium



17.00 - 18.15

Library of the chair of international economics,
room 221
Ludwigstr.28 front building, II

In the seminars listed below current research topics and recent research results are discussed. They are mainly faculty-intern but may sometimes feature external guests.

Seminarhosted byTimePlace
Macro Seminar Prof. Georg Dürnecker
Dr. Peter Zorn


Wednesday, 10.30-12.00 Ludwigstraße 28 (back building), Room 024
Micro Workshop Prof. Florian EnglmaierDr. Johannes Maier
Prof. Klaus Schmidt
Mondays, 12.30-13.30 Library of the chair in public finance, room 301, Ludwigstr. 28 front building
Munich International Economics Seminar Prof. Eckel, Prof. Felbermayr,
Prof. Schnitzer
Library of the chair of international economics,room 221, Ludwigstr.28 front building, II
Public Finance and Economic Policy Seminar

Prof. Clemens Fuest, Prof. Andreas Haufler, Prof. Christian Holzner, Prof. Andreas Peichl, Prof. Dominik Sachs

Thursdays, 12.00-14.00 Room 214
Schackstr.4, II
IO and Trade Seminar Prof. Monika Schnitzer, Prof. Carsten Eckel Tuesdays, 12.00-14.00 Library of the seminar for comparative economics
Akademiestr. 1/III
ORG Seminar Prof. Claussen, Prof. Florian Englmaier, , Prof. Tobias Kretschmer, Prof. Ingo Weller Tuesdays,
12.00 - 14.00
Room A022
Workshop Empirical Economics Prof. Joachim Winter Tuesdays, 14.00-15.30 Prof.-Huber-Platz 2, Raum VU107
ifo Lunchtime Seminar   Wednesdays, 12.00-13.30 ifo Institute
Poschingerstr. 5
Lecture series & seminars at the CES More information on the website of the CESifo   Room 214
Schackstr.4, II
Video-Lectures of the CES