Labour Research Group at the Gutenberg School of Management and Economics facilitates, promotes and finances scientific communication in modern labour economics, aspiring at highest standards of rigor and policy relevance in the profession. Our philosophy considers labour market outcomes as a result of strategic economic behaviour of all parties involved, linking thereby labour theory and empirical analysis in a unified framework and placing us at the cutting edge of the structural economic and econometric modeling.
We further promote research interactions in the fields of our interest via research talks at the Department Seminar of the Gutenberg School of Management and Economics.
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Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics: Search and Matching Theory
We are happy to announce that on the 21st of June, 2016, we will be hosting our next Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics. The workshop is focused on recent advances in search and matching theory in its relation to frictional labour markets. Topics of particular interest are given by, but not limited to, worker-firm flows, employment heterogeneity, search in multi-sector labour market and efficiency. Keynote speech of the workshop will be delivered by Prof. Susan Vroman (Georgetown University).