The School of Economics has a range of active sub-field research groups, where colleagues from the University of Sydney and other universities present regular seminars on everything from early-stage work to polished working papers. These seminars provide a forum to disseminate ideas, get constructive feedback, and germinate new research collaborations.
- Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics (AERE) Reading Group
- Econometric Theory Research Seminar
- Microeconometrics and Public Policy Working Group
- South Asian Studies Group
- Sydney Experimental Brownbag Seminar
- Sydney Intellectual History Network (SIHN)
- Sydney Macroeconomics Reading Group
- Organizational Economics
Econometric Theory Research Seminars provide an opportunity for faculty and PhD students working in the field of econometric theory to present early-stage and ongoing research.
Seminars are held at the School of Economics, in the Merewether Building, 12-1pm.
For more details and schedule visit: Econometric Theory Research Seminars
Seminar Organiser: Peter Exterkate
The group provides an opportunity for academic staff working on empirical microeconomics and public policy, broadly understood, to present ongoing research, including at the earliest stages. The group will be meeting on Fridays on a weekly to fortnightly basis.
For details and schedule visit: Microeconometrics and Public Policy Working Group
The Group aims to promote, foster and develop South Asian Studies at the University of Sydney in collaboration with other universities, members of the business community, and the South Asian-Australian communities in New South Wales. The Group encourages interested students, in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Business School in particular, to make a study plan for a balance of South Asian courses and languages together with a discipline e.g., Anthropology, Economics, Government and Public Administration, History, Law, Political Economy, Politics, etc
The Group publishes a journal - International Journal of Development Issues
The Group promotes both academic and applied research on South Asian countries, in the metropolitan area of Sydney, with seminars, library resources and publications. With the help of the business community and other institutions, the Group promotes community awareness of South Asia in Australia.
Dr Dilip Dutta
- National Institute for Asia and the Pacific (ANU)
- Australia South Asia Research Centre
- BBC News: South Asia
- Center for South Asia Studies, University of California
- School of Asian Studies, University of Sydney
- South Asia Research Unit, Curtin University of Technology
- The World Bank Group: South Asia Region
- South Asia Net
- South Asian Media Net
The Sydney Experimental Brownbag Seminar is a joint venture between experimental economics researchers at The University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, and University of Technology Sydney.
The seminar meets fortnightly, and welcomes presentation of experimental research, broadly defined, at all stages – from design through to finished papers. Speakers usually present at a location other than their home institution, and presentations by research students are most welcome.
The seminar coordinator for 2016 are Agnieszka Tymula (semester one) and Romain Gauriot (semester two) (University of Sydney).
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The purpose of the group is to meet on a regular basis and discuss major publications or presenter's own work-in-progress in dynamic macroeconomics. The group convenes on Tuesdays, 6-7:30 pm every fortnight at the presenter's university. Please, contact one of the organizers: Christopher Gibbs (UNSW) or Aarti Singh (USyd) if you would like to receive announcements or contribute with a presentation.
For further information, seminar schedule and papers please visit: Sydney Macroeconomics Reading Group Homepage