Women in Economics Discussion Series – Berlin Edition 1

Women in Economics Discussion Series – Berlin Edition 1

Event Start Date:
November 19, 2019
Event End Date:
November 19, 2019
Event Venue:
NERA Economic Consulting, Mittelstraße 63, 10117 Berlin

We are happy to invite you to the first Berlin edition of our Women in Economics Discussion Series on 19th November 2019 taking place at the NERA Economic Consulting Berlin office.

Organised by The Women in Economics Initiative (e.V.), the aim of this event series is to:

  • highlight the work women economists do in research, business and public policy arenas;
  • offer a platform and networking opportunities for women economists;
  • bring together stakeholders; and
  • increase dialogue on topics related to gender and diversity in economics

As our first speaker, we are very pleased to welcome Katharina Wrohlich, Head of the Research Group Gender Economics at DIW Berlin. Katharina will present some of her work on the impact of women managers on gender-stereotyping across employees.

The talk will be followed by a discussion with the audience and opportunities to network afterwards.

Many thanks as well to NERA Economic Consulting for the kind hospitality to host the event at their Berlin office.

Women in Economics Discussion Series – Berlin Edition 1

Date: 19 November 2019

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Location: NERA Economic Consulting, Mittelstraße 63, 10117 Berlin

This WiE event is open for everyone interested, regardless of gender. Please register through this link. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us by email (info@women-in-economics.com).

Join us for some vibrant discussions and cold drinks! We are looking forward to meeting you.

Short-Bio Katharina Wrohlich, DIW Berlin

Katharina Wrohlich is head of the Gender Economics Research Group at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin). Her research focuses on the evaluation of labor market, family and tax policy on employment and wages of women. Moreover, she is working on the issue of gender gaps in the labor market, in particular in terms of wages and leadership positions. Before joining the gender economics research group at DIW, Katharina was research associate (2002-2012) and deputy head (2012-2016) of the public economics department at DIW Berlin. She finished her PhD at the Free University of Berlin in 2007. Prior to her doctoral studies, she studied at the University of Vienna and at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

 

Short-Bio Dominik Hübler, NERA Economic Consulting

Dominik Hübler is an Associate Director in NERA’s Global Energy, Environment, Communications & Infrastructure Practice. He advises on regulatory economics, valuation, and damages quantification and has deep expertise in the energy and transport sectors. His work covers auctions for renewable generation, regulatory due diligence, power price forecasting, and damages estimation. His recent work involved assessing the damages arising from the nuclear energy moratorium in Germany, as well as a case relating to the delayed completion of a power plant. Dominik joined NERA in the company’s London office in 2008. From 2011 onwards, he has been working primarily in NERA’s Berlin office. Dominik has been working in part-time in senior and project manager positions since more than three years.

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