The PhD Brown Bag Seminar is a monthly informal seminar organized by and tailored to the needs of PhD students from all departments of the School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Maastricht University.
The goal of the seminar is for you to present your work at any stage of development and receive feedback from your peers across departments. Upon your request we can also invite senior staff to your seminar.
We provide a platform for juniors and seniors across departments of SBE who are working on similar topics. In addition you can also invite external PhD students to come and present their work at our seminar.
December 4, 2017: Early stage PhD topic presentations. New PhD students shortly present their topics and first research ideas.
- Max Brüning (AE2) – PhD topic: Labour market experience and social outcomes (e.g. health, divorce rate, fertility)
- Bart de Koning (ROA) – PhD topic: The Link between Labour Market Information and Education Choice
- Mariana Tavares (AE2) – PhD topic: An Economic Perspective on Test Scores
- Johannes Schuffels (AE2) – PhD topic: Diverging economies in a currency union