Events from 2 September, 2014
2nd September, 201412 - 1pm
Realized GARCH models and tail risk forecasting, incorporating different intra-day measures.
3rd September, 20143.30 - 4.30pm
The zero lower bound on nominal rates conflicts with the traditional linear Taylor Rule and its key stability property of a greater-than-unity coefficient on inflation. There are two possible responses if inflation is too low - convexify it, or concavify it: which is better
4th September, 201411 - 12.30pm
Regulating arrivals to a single server queue
9th September, 201412 - 1pm
Empirical Likelihood Inference for Robust Poverty Comparisons.
13th November, 2014 to 14th November, 2014
What determines exceptional upward mobility? This workshop aims at bringing together researchers and policy-makers with backgrounds from economics, epidemiology, and psychology and policy-makers to discuss the empirical phenomenon, and the causes and correlates of exceptional upward mobility.
7th April, 2015 to 8th April, 2015
The School of Economics at the University of Sydney is proud to be hosting the 10th Australasian Trade Workshop (ATW) on 7-8 April 2015.