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

2017 Seminars

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

Semester 1

Date

Presenter

Affiliation

Host

Topic

27-Feb-17

Matthew Shapiro

University of Michigan

Aarti Singh

Long-term Care and Saving Late-in-Life

2-Mar-17

Eva Vivalt

Australian National University

Shyamal Chowdhury

How Do Policymakers Update?

9-Mar-17

Robert A. Miller

Carnegie Mellon University

Rebecca Edwards

Innovation and diffusion of medical treatment

16-Mar-17

David S. Jacks

Simon Fraser University

Jordi Vidal-Robert

Infant Mortality and the Repeal of Federal Prohibition

23-Mar-17

Timo Terasvirta

Aarhus University

Peter Exterkate

A multivariate GARCH model with deterministically changing correlations

Friday 24/03/2017

LCC/MPP

Kjell Salvanes

Norwegian School of Economics

Marian Vidal-Fernandez

Natural Resource Booms and Intergenerational Mobility

30-Mar-17

Mevlude Akbulut-Yuksel

Dalhousie University

Jordi Vidal-Robert

Learning to Participate in Politics:
Evidence From Jewish Expulsions in Nazi Germany

6-Apr-17

David Stern

Australian National University

David Ubilava

From Wood to Coal: Directed Technical Change and the British Industrial Revolution

13-Apr-17

Wessel Vermeulen

Newcastle University London

David Ubilava

Adapting to within-country export barriers: Evidence
from the Japan 2011 Tsunami

18-Apr-17

Mathieu Perati

Universite Libre de Bruxelles, ECARES

John Romalis

One way to the top: how services boost the demand for goods

27-Apr-17

Alexandre Dmitriev

University of Auckland

Jordi Vidal-Robert

 

2-May-17

Vera te Velde

University of Queensland

Agnieszka Tymula

On the power of suprising versus anticipating gifts

11-May-17

Wei Wei

Monash University

Peter Exterkate

A scholastic price duration model for estimating high-frequency volatility

16-May-17

Begona Dominguez

University of Queensland

Aarti Singh

The Effects of Secondary Markets and Unsecured Credit on Inflation Dynamics

25-May-17

Daniel Rosenblum

Dalhousie University

Rebecca Edwards

An Instrumental Variables Approach to Estimating the Effects of Changes in the Heroin Market on Overdose in the US

1/06/2017

No Seminar

 

 

 

8-Jun-17

Paul A. Raschky

Monash University

David Ubilava

 

15-Jun-17

Steven Williams

University of Melbourne & Center for Market Design

Murali Agastya