Lucerne Research Seminar in Economics and Management

In this seminar series, external and internal speakers present and discuss recent research results. The seminar is open to people with an interest in economics and management research.

Date:
Spring Semester 2021, on Thursdays

Location:
University of Lucerne, Frohburgstrasse 3, 6002 Lucerne. Details about the venue can be found in the remark section.

Time:
12.15 - 14.00 h

Contact:
Lukas D. Schmid
Reto Hofstetter
 

*For the time being, the Lucerne Research Seminar in Economics and Management will be offered in digital form only (no physical meeting). The seminar will be live-streamed at the usual time via Zoom. You will get the access data by separate email directly from the lecturers*

 

DateSpeakerTitleRemark
Thu, Feb 25   
Thu, March 4Simone Balestra, Universität St. GallenPatient and Prescriber Responses to Supply-Side Drug Policy During the Opioid EpidemicOnline via Zoom
Thu, March 11   
Thu, March 18William Fritz, Saïd Business School, University of OxfordA Feast for the Eyes: How Augmented Reality Influences Food DesirabilityOnline via Zoom
Thu, March 25   
Thu, April 1Melanie Häner, Universität LuzernSmart, rich and with wealthy parents: How assortative mating affects inequality in SwitzerlandOnline via Zoom
Thu, April 8No seminar, Easter holidays  
Thu, April 15David Finken, Universität LuzernToo Close to Let Go: Psychological Distance and Consumers' Tendency to Perceive Ownership for Products Presented in Augmented RealityOnline via Zoom
Thu, April 22Melanie Clegg, Universität LuzernDoes Transparency Pay? Moral Perceptions of Personalized Pricing in the Retailing ContextOnline via Zoom
Thu, April 29Elliott Ash, ETH ZürichEconomic Declines and Ideational Politics: Evidence from the China ShockOnline via Zoom
Thu, May 6Malka Guillot, ETH ZürichTax, Philanthropy or Political Parties? New Evidence from Wealth and Income Tax ReturnsOnline via Zoom
Thu, May 13No seminar, national holiday  
Thu, May 20Jose Albuquerque Tavares, Nova School of Business & Economics  
Thu, May 27Rino Heim, Universität Luzern  
Thu, June 3No seminar, catholic holiday