Advanced Course in International Migration by Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Oded Stark
Professor Oded Stark will hold his popular Master's course entitled "Advanced Perspectives in the Analytics and Policy Design of International Migration" for the last time. Other advanced students or faculty members who are interested in the topic are also invited to participate. Oded Stark is a world-leading expert on international migration and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tübingen. In the previous years the course has found unusual acclaim by our students. We have repeatedly had "best course ever" comments in student evaluations. Due to the pandemic, the course will take place in a remote fashion. For more details on the course, please see our teaching pages.
University of Tübingen Adjunct Professor
Dr. Dr. h. c. Oded Stark received Award for his Lifetime Achievement
On February 19, 2020, in a ceremony held in Torun, Poland, University of Tübingen Adjunct Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Oded Stark received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Poland’s Minister of Science and Higher Education. For additional information, consult the website of the Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw:
Professor Stark will teach on topics of International Migration during the summer term of 2020. The course will be taught online and is open to Master as well as PhD students. For more details, see our teaching page.
The Euro crisis: Why did it happen and can it happen again?
We cordially invite everyone interested in European Economic Integration to attend this year‘s Bundesbank-IAW Lecture on European Economic Integration, to be held on Wed, June 19, 2019, 18:00, Alte Aula, Münzgasse 30 (by the Cathedral). The Bundesbank-IAW Lecture Series was established six years ago in order to stimulate academic and public discussion of topical issues related to European Integration. We have consistently been able to attract outstanding speakers. This year, it will be Professor Karolina Ekholm, Stockholm University. She is an excellent academic who also has practical policy experience, having served as Vice Governor of the Swedish Central Bank and as a State Secretary in the Swedish Finance Ministry. Title of her talk is "The Euro crisis: Why did it happen and can it happen again?" For more details, see http://www.iaw.edu. You are also invited to the reception after the lecture. Please don't forget to register – a simple email to iaw will do. @iaw.edu
Professor James R. Markusen: Honorary Doctor of Economics Ceremony and Lecture on June 18, 2019
The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences is proud to award Professor James R. Markusen, University of Colorado at Boulder, the degree and title of Honorary Doctor of Economics. Professor Markusen will give a lecture entitled „What Do Multinationals Do?“ on Tuesday, 18 June, 2019, 4:00 p.m., at Großer Senat, Neue Aula, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz, Tübingen. More information
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New book by Wilhelm Kohler and Erdal Yalcin (eds.)
From CESifo Seminar Series
Edited by Wilhelm Kohler and Erdal Yalcin
MIT Press 2018
Recent decades have seen a fragmentation of production processes across borders, as firms find it increasingly profitable to organize production on a global scale. This fragmentation occurs across national borders as well as across firm boundaries; companies must decide not only the location of production but also how much control to exert over the different production stages. Economists have responded to this shift by developing new models of global sourcing, generating important insights into the driving forces and economic effects of this new form of globalization. Many questions, however, remain unanswered. This book tries to fill this gap. Read more
Pol Antràs, Sasan Bakhtiari, Sebastian Benz, Giuseppe Berlingieri, Johannes Boehm, Jeronimo Carballo, Huiya Chen, Alejandro Cuñat, Fabrice Defever, Swati Dhingra, Harald Fadinger, Ana P. Fernandes, Christian Fischer, Wilhelm Kohler, Bohdan Kukharskyy, Luca Marcolin, Antonio Minniti, John Morrow, Alireza Naghavi, Han (Steffan) Qi, Jens Suedekum, Deborah L. Swenson, Edwin L.-C. Lai, Anders Rosenstand Laugesen, Ngo Van Long, Heiwai Tang, Erdal Yalcin.