Risk & Microeconomics Seminar
The Risk and Microeconomics (R&M) Seminar series, hosted by the Munich Risk and Insurance Center, is jointly organized by the Chair for Behavioral and Experimental Economics and the Institute for Risk management and Insurance. The R&M Seminar aims to facilitate the scientific interaction of members of the local faculty and students with renowned visiting scholars, and the exchange of views about contemporary topics in risk and microeconomics. The seminar series is part of the Master of Business Research (MBR) degree and is supported by the Verein zur Förderung der Versicherungswissenschaft in München e.V.
Prof. Martin Spindler (University of Hamburg)
"Maschinelles Lernen in der (Mikro-)Ökonometrie: Einführung und aktuelle Entwicklungen"
20.07.2017, 12:15 -13:45
Room E216, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1 (Main Building)
The seminar is open to all.
Please register here: https://www.mercator.bwl.uni-muenchen.de/kurse/brownbag
Seminar program for the summer term 2017:
|23rd May 2017||Marc Ragin (University of Georgia)||"The Effect of Disclosure on Demand for High-Load Insurance"|
|29th May 2017||Gregory Niehaus (University of South Carolina)||"Correlated Trading by Life Insurers and Its Impact on Bond Prices"|
|20th July 2017||Martin Spindler (University of Hamburg)||"Machine Learning in (Micro-)Econometrics: An Overview and Recent Developments"|
Seminar programs of past semesters: