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Prof. Dr. Carsten Lange - Talks

Conference Presentations and Invited Seminars

  • Poster presentation for the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations/American Economic Association (ASSA/AEA), Teaching Techniques that Promote Active Learning, Chicago 01/2008: Designing an Online Course for a Principles In Microeconomics Course (accepted for presentation).
  • Paper presentation for the conference Success Stories in E-Learning: A Faculty Symposium, Pomona 04/2007: STEP A: A Web-Based System to Encourage Greater Student Participation and Attendance in Large Classes
  • Poster presentation for the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations/American Economic Association (ASSA/AEA), Teaching Techniques that Promote Active Learning, Chicago 01/2007: The Hogwarts system – an Internet Based Utility to Foster Students' Active Class Participation and Attendance.
  • Paper presentation at the 2nd Annual Economics Teaching Conference, Gulf Coast Economics Association 10/2006, Houston , Texas : Teaching the Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma with a Computerized Tournament (was awarded Best Conference Presentation).
  • Paper presentation at the Regional Symposium on University Teaching, California State University, Dominguez Hills 04/2006: The Hogwarts-System: An Internet-Based Utility to Foster Students' Active Class Participation.
  • Paper presentation (with Christine Sauer, University of New Mexico ) at the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) Conference, Phoenix , Arizona 04/2006: Coins or Notes? Seigniorage Regulations in the EMU.
  • Paper presentation at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI), 80th Annual Conference, San Francisco 06/2005: Are Seigniorage Regulations in the European System of Central Banks Hindering Efficiency in Cash Transactions in Europe?
  • Paper presentation (with Christine Sauer, University of New Mexico) at the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico 04/2005: EMU Enlargement and Seigniorage: Who Will Win or Lose and Why?
  • Paper presentation at the Regional Symposium on University Teaching, California State University , Pomona 04/2005: Experiencing Service Learning in a Graduate International Finance Class.
  • Seminar presentation (presented by Christine Sauer, University of New Mexico , Albuquerque ), at the Department of Economics, University of New Mexico , Albuquerque , 04/2005: EMU Enlargement and Seigniorage: Who Will Win or Lose and Why?
  • Invited talk from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, College of Engineering, 03/2005: Privatizing Electricity Markets.
  • Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations/American Economic Association (ASSA/AEA), Philadelphia 01/2005: Internet Simulations in Quantitative Instruction.
  • Invited class presentations for a Cognitive Science class, Department of Philosophy, 1/2005 and 1/2004: How are Neural Networks Working?
  • Invited talk at the School of Economics, Renmin University China, Beijing, 03/2004: New Members in the European Monetary Union: Who Will Win or Lose Seigniorage with the Adoption of the Euro?.
  • Invited talk at the School of Finance, Renmin University China, Beijing, 03/2004: New Members in the European Monetary Union: Who Will Win or Lose Seigniorage with the Adoption of the Euro?.
  • Paper presentation (with Christine Sauer, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque) at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI), 79th Annual Conference, Vancouver/Canada 07/2004: EMU Enlargement and Seigniorage: Who Will Win or Lose and Why?
  • Paper presentation at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI), 79th Annual Conference, Vancouver/Canada 07/2004: Computer-Based Simulation for Constructivist Instruction in Game Theory.
  • Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations/American Economic Association (ASSA/AEA) Teaching Techniques that Promote Active Learning, San Diego 01/2004: Game Theory in a Constructivist Way.
  • Paper presentation at the Global Finance Conference 2003, Frankfurt/Germany 6/2003: Dollarization in Latin America , Seigniorage Costs and Policy Applications.
  • Paper presentation at the European Applied Business Research Conference, Venice/Italy 6/2003: Using the ATMUS Approach to Teach Game Theory in an Industrial Organization Class.
  • Paper presentation at the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) Conference, Las Vegas , 4/2003: Computer Assisted Teaching and Learning in Game Theory.
  • Paper presentation (with Christine Sauer) at the Western Social Science Association (WSSA) Conference, Las Vegas , 4/2003: Seigniorage Losses Due to Dollarization in 15 Latin American Countries.
  • Paper presentation at the 15th Annual Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching – West, Pomona , 3/2003: ATMUS - A Constructivist Way to Teach Game Theory in Economics.
  • Paper presentation at the CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, San Bernardino , 3/2003: ATMUS - A Computer Based Approach for Teaching Game Theory in Economics.
  • Invited presentation: Department of Economics, University of New Mexico , Albuquerque , 11/2002: Dollarization and Seigniorage in Latin America.
  • Paper Presentation at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) Conference 2002, Seattle 7/2002: Seigniorage Cost of Dollarization in Latin America. A Cluster Analysis.
  • Paper Presentation: Department of Economics, California State Polytechnic University , Pomona , California 1/2002: Seigniorage Losses from Dollarization in Latin America: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.
  • Invited Talk, Research Seminar at the Department of Economics, University of Muenster/Germany 12/2001: Dollarisierung auf dem amerikanischen Kontinent. Wer gewinnt und wer verliert beim Geldschöpfungsgewinn ? (Dollarisation in Latin America. Which Countries Will Win, which Countries Will Lose Seigniorage?).
  • Habilitation Lecture at the Department of Economics, University of Hannover/Germany 10/2001: Dollarisierung auf dem amerikanischen Kontinent - Gewinner und Verlierer (Dollarization in Latin America. Winners and Losers).
  • Research Seminar at the Department of Economics, Florida State University , Tallahassee , 10/2001: Teaching Repeated Prisoners Dilemma Games Using Internet Based Simulations.
  • Research Seminar at the Department of Economics, Florida State University , Tallahassee , 9/2001: Seigniorage Losses from Dollarization in Latin America.
  • Conference: eLearning and Economics, Trier/Germany, 9/2001: GameSim - An Internet Based Game Theory Simulator.
  • Paper Presentation (with Christine Sauer) at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) Conference, 7/2001, San Francisco: Dynamics of Seigniorage Losses in Dollarized Latin American Countries.
  • Invited Presentation: Deutsche Bundesbank (Central Bank of Germany ), Frankfurt/Germany, 5/2001: Using Neural Networks for Monetary Forecasting.
  • Paper Presentation (with Christine Sauer) at Western Social Science Association (WSSA) Conference 4/01, Reno : Dollarization and Seigniorage in Latin America.
  • Seminar at the Quantitative Workshop of the Department of Economics, Florida State University, Tallahassee , 2/14/01: Forecasting with Neural Networks.
  • Seminar at the Quantitative Workshop of the Department of Economics, Florida State University , Tallahassee , 2/01: A Neural Network as an Optimization Tool for Monetary Policy Strategies in an Uncertain World.
  • Invited Presentation: Department of Sociology, University of Hannover , Multimedia Workshop, Hannover/Germany, 10/2000: Ökonomische Multimedia Anwendungen (Teaching Economics with Multimedia)
  • Paper Presentation (with Friedrich Geigant) at Conference of the Institut für Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung (Institute for Empirical Economic Research), Berlin /Germany 2000: Nutzung neuronaler Netze beim Einsatz geldpolitischer Instrumente (Using Neural Networks for Designing a Monetary Policy Mix).
  • Invited Presentation: Department of Economics, Florida State University , Tallahassee 1999: How EMU Will Influence The Seigniorage of its Member Countries.
  • Invited Presentation: Berufsakademie für Bankwirtschaft (Academy of the Banking Industry), Hannover/Germany 1999: Neuronale Netze in der Ökonomie (Application of Neural Networks in Economics).
  • Invited Presentation: Department of Economics, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 1999: Seigniorage Losses & Gains Caused by the European Monetary Union.
  • Invited Presentation: European Studies Program, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 1999: European Monetary Union: Risks and Opportunities.
  • Habilitation Presentation at the University of Hannover/Germany 1999. Multible Agenten. Ein Königsweg zwischen Mikro- und Makroökonomie? (Multiple Heteregennous Agents. A compromise between Micro- and Macroeconomics)
  • Conference EKONOMIKA.VADYBA' 98 (ECONOMICS.MANAGEMENT'98), Kaunas/Lithuania 1998: Seigniorage Loss in the European Monetary Union . A Problem for Countries with High Inflation?
  • Invited Presentation: IG Medien (Union for Publishing and Broadcasting), Detmold/Germany 1997: Der Euro kommt - Gibt es begründete Vorbehalte? (Introduction of the Euro - Are There Reasons to be Concerned?)
  • Paper Presentation at the Conference of the Verein für Socialpolitik (Association of Social Politics), Bern/Switzerland 1997 : Können neuronale Netze rationale Erwartungen lernen? (Learning Rational Expectations with Neural Networks)
  • Tagung Bildung im Netz (Conference on Education and Internet), Hannover/Germany 1997: Der Einsatz volkswirtschaftlicher Simulationen in der Lehre (Using Computer Simulations for Teaching in Economics).
  • 7. Tagung Geld, Finanzwirtschaft, Banken und Versicherungen (7th. Conference on Money, Finance, Banking and Insurance), Karlsruhe/Germany 1997: Steigender Geldschöpfungsgewinn bei sinkender Inflation. Ein Ausweg für Länder mit hoher Inflation? (Increasing Seigniorage with Decreasing Inflation. A Solution for High Inflation Countries?).
  • Conference EKONOMIKA.VADYBA' 96 (ECONOMICS.MANAGEMENT '96), Kaunas/Lithuania 1996: Seigniorage in Hochinflationsländern (Seigniorage in High Inflation Countries).
  • Invited Presentation: TEG (The Entrepreneurial Group e.V. Berlin , Munich ), Munich/Germany 1995: Chaotische Dynamik am Arbeitsmarkt (Labor Markets and Chaotic Dynamics).
  • 16. Symposium on Operations Research , Gesellschaft für Mathematik, Ökonomie und Operations Research e.V. (Association for Mathematics, Economy, and Operation Research), Trier/Germany 1991 (with Markus Pasche, University of Hannover ): Simulating Chaotic Dynamics in a Macroeconomic Trade-Off-Model.
  • Invited Presentation: Landeszentralbank in Niedersachsen (Federal Reserve of Lower Saxony ), Hannover/Germany 1991: Chaos in Inflationsmodellen (Chaotic Dynamics in Inflation Models).
  • Invited Presentation: Verein für Arbeitsmarktforschung e.V. (Association for Labor Market Research), Hannover/Germany 1990: Die Bedeutung des Geldes für die Wirtschaft (The Importance of Money for the Economy).
  • 9. Symposium Der Computer als Instrument der Forschung und Lehre in den Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Computers in Research and Education) , Innsbruck/Austria 1989: Statische und rationale Erwartungen in einem Beschäftigungsmodell (Static and Rational Expectations in a Macroeconomic Trade-Off-Model).