School of Economics Seminars

Economics Research Group Seminars

For more information please see the following links:

Sydney Macroeconomics Reading Group

Sydney Experimental Brownbag Seminar

Microeconometrics and Public Policy Working Group

Econometric Theory Research Seminar

Internal Brown Bag Seminar Series

2016 Seminars

Seminar coordinators:
and Jordi Vidal-Robert

All seminars will take place 11-12:30pm in Merewether room 498 unless otherwise stated.

Date

Presenter

Affiliation

Topic

5 Feb

Russell Davidson

McGill University

A Discrete Model for Bootstrap Iteration
23 Feb

Daniel Kuehnle

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

*Lifecourse Seminar
Love your leave, don’t leave your love! Paid parental leave and child living arrangements

1 March

Helmut Lutkepohl

DIW Berlin

Calculating Joint Confidence Bands for Implulse Response Functions using Highest Denisty Regions

3 March

Simon Burgess

Bristol

Using Behaviour Incentives to Improve Performance on High Stakes Tests: Evidence from a Field Experiment

8 March

Issac Mbiti

University of Virginia

Inputs, Incentives, and Complementarities in Primary Education: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania

15 March

Alex Teytelboym

INET at Oxford

A Simple Model of Cascades in Networks

17 March

Ryoji Sawa

University of Aizu

 

24 March

David Frazier

Monash University

Indirect Inference with Endogenously Missing Exogenous Variables

31 March

Michela Tincani

University College London

Heterogeneous Peer Effects and Rank Concerns: Theory and Evidence

14 April

Liam Lenton

La Trobe University Doping Behaviours and Efficiency of Drug Prevention in Sports: An Experimental Study

21 April

Pushkar Maitra

Monash University Social Networks, Women's Political Enagagement and Public Goods Provision
5 May Guy Maraz University of Melbourne  
12 May Asadul Islam Monash University  
19 May Indranil Chakraborty NUS  
20 May Jan Kabatek University of Melbourne Lifecourse Centre seminar
26 May Martine Mariotti ANU  
2 June Sarah Walker UNSW  
9 June Idione Meneghal ANU  
10 June Ngo Van Long McGill University  
28 June Phillip Oreopoulos University of Toronto  
1 July Arthur Lewbel Boston College