PhD Seminar of the Department of Economics
Aims of the Course
Students will learn about how to present and discuss papers in a conference-style environment. They will receive constructive feedback on the content and style of their work and presentation from a discussant, the audience and senior researchers. Moreover, they will learn how to discuss a paper and chair a session. These meeting will also present an opportunity to socialize and exchange ideas.
Seminars usually start at 4:15 p.m. in room E130. A detailed schedule will be published before the next seminar takes place.
Presentation slots can be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Please send your inquiry to Corinne Dubois.
PhD Seminars Fall 2020
Speaker: SCHAFER Patricia
Title: The Trade-off between Deepening and Broadening Democracy – Lessons from Youth Enfranchisement
MS Teams link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3a209d8ccc605143c28de300d3892d0210%40thread.tacv2/1603434821919?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2288c9873b-3065-42a0-9f3c-ac864c0ac788%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%226abc1154-0184-4fc4-b8c9-2d3d69db8bac%22%7d
Presenter: Selina Gangl
Title: "Does winning a resident permit improve the quality of life among foreign employees in Liechtenstein?"
Presenter: Hannes Wallimann
Title: "Flagging cartels"
Presenter: Christian Zihlmann
In general, doctoral students are offered a presentation slot of about 50 minutes (20-30 min presentation, and general discussion) or a shorter slot, e.g. for presenting a research idea, of about 25 minutes (short presentation and discussion). However, doctoral students may suggest an alternative format that better fits their needs. The seminar is particularly designed for doctoral students and researchers in economics and social sciences of the University of Fribourg. PhD students and researchers from other Swiss and international universities are also welcome to present their work. Participants can present their dissertation project or a paper (at any stage of work). Presentations can be held in English, French or German. Presentation slides should always be in English.