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  • Scientific Skills Workshops

    Scientific Skills Workshop "Giving Academic Presentations"

    The DIW Graduate Center is pleased to offer a workshop on giving academic presentations, taught by Willy Metzeler . It is designed for all doctoral students and researchers at the DIW who would like to improve their skills in talking in front of an audience. The workshop lasts one and a half days, and can host up to eight persons. Please register with the Graduate Center ( by May...

    07.06.2023| Willy Metzeler
  • Graduate Center Short Course

    Continuous-Time Heterogeneous-Agent Models: Inequality and Financial Stability

    This course aims at giving tools to students for entering the frontier of research regarding two new lines of research: (a) models of wealth-inequality determinants and dynamics, and (b) models of financial stability. The focus will be on presenting general-purpose analytical and computational techniques that enable students to replicate and extend frontier-research papers in these areas. The...

    12.06.2023| Christos Koulovatianos
  • Workshop

    BSE & GC Summer Workshop 2023

    Annual Summer Workshop from June 22th to June 23th 2023. During the two-day workshop, doctoral students of the years 2019 - 2021 will present their current research.

  • Graduate Center Masterclasses

    ARGE Masterclass 2023 “Econometrics of Energy Markets“

    We are soliciting the first ARGE MASTERCLASS for doctoral Students and Postdoctorates of members of the ARGE (Arbeitsgemeinschaft deutscher wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Forschungsinstitute). The Masterclass consists of a combination of lecture and four presentations. The Masterclass is given by Christiane Baumeister (University of Notre Dame; NBER; CEPR). Structural vector autoregressions are...

    04.07.2023| Christiane Baumeister
  • Graduate Center Masterclasses

    Heterogeneous Agent Macroeconomics: Methods and Applications

    The course provides participants with the tools to develop and analyze business cycle models with heterogenous agents. This class of models has become the new standard in the business cycle literature and allows to analyze the interaction of the business cycle and the distribution of consumption, income, and wealth. The focus of the course is on numerical methods. Coding exercises in class are an...

    12.07.2023| Ralph Lütticke
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