Seminars and workshops

Seminars

The School of Economics hosts regular seminars on a wide range of economics and cross-disciplinary topics from game theory to trade liberalisation to globalisation. 

Our presenters are a diverse mix of international and national experts who share their research and expertise over 1.5 hours. Registration is not required. We hope to see you there.

 Location: Level 3 Boardroom, Nexus 10 Building

 Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm (unless otherwise stated)

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  • 2018 Seminar schedules

    Date Speaker Title of presentation
    February 2 Utku Unver - Boston College, Massachusetts, USA Efficient and Incentive-Compatible Liver Exchange
    February 16 Frank Stahler - University of Tubingen, Germany and Adjunct Professor, School of Economics University of Adelaide

    The Organization of International Trade

    March 2 Tim Guinnane - Yale University The Impact of Social Insurance on Fertility: Germany 1875-1905
    March 9 Jasmin Groeschl - Ifo Institute, Germany

    Undoing Europe in a New Quantitative Trade Model” (co-authored by Gabriel Felbermayr and Inga Heiland)

    March 16 Natalia Bailey - Monash University Quasi Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Spatial Models with Heterogeneous Coefficients”, by M. Aquaro (European Commission), N. Bailey (Monash University), M. H. Pesaran (University of Southern California and Trinity College, Cambridge)
    March 23 Simon Loertscher - University of Melbourne Multi-Party Competition
    March 26

    Pascal Michaillat - Brown University

    Please note: Seminar is on Monday 12:00-1:30pm

    Pricing When Customers Care about Fairness but Misinfer Markup

    April 6 Maros Servatka - Macquarie Graduate School of Management Investment in Outside Options as Opportunistic Behavior: An Experimental Investigation
    April 13 Paul Johnson, Institute of Fiscal Studies, UK Poverty and low pay in the UK
    April 20 Giovanni Caggiano - Monash University Uncertainty-Driven Comovements in Booms and Busts: A Structural Interpretation" (joint with E. Castelnuovo and G. Pellegrino
    April 27 Ian Mackenzie - University of Queensland Sharing contests with general preferences
    May 4 Michael Jetter - University of Western Australia

    Mediated terrorism: US news and Al-Qaeda attacks

     

    May 11 Timothy Moore - University of Melbourne The Long-term Consequences of a Heroin Supply Shock" (with Kevin Schnepel)
    May 18 Peter Siminski - University of Technology, Sydney

    Direct Measures of Intergenerational Income Mobility for Australia By: by Chelsea Murray, Robert Clark, Silvia Mendolia and Peter Siminski

    May 25 Chris Edmond - University of Melbourne How Costly Are Markups? (joint with Virgiliu Midrigan and Daniel Yi Xu)
    June 8 Prasad Bhattcharya - Deakin University

    Exchange rate forecasting using a new dynamic panel estimator

     

    June 15 James Morley - University of Sydney Why Has the U.S. Economy Stagnated Since the Great Recession
    Aug 10 Ha Nguyen  - Curtin University

    Explaining the evolution of nativity differentials in academic achievements: The role of time investments

    Aug 14  Nicolas de Roos - University of Sydney

    Startup search costs

    August 24 Xiaodong Fan - Monash University

    Estimation of a Life-Cycle Model with Human Capital, Labour Supply and Retirement

    August 31 Hasin Yousaf - UNSW

    Sticking to one's guns: Mass Shootings and the Political Economy of Gun Control in the U.S

    Sep 7 Leslie Martin - University of Melbourne Carbon Offsets in the Clean Development Mechanism: What non-participants reveal about counterfactual emissions (co authored with Kim Lu, Deloitte Access Economics)
    Sep 14 Lionel Page - Queensland University of Technology How much information is incorporated in financial asset prices? Experimental Evidence
    Sep 21

    Guillaume Roger - University of Woolongong

     

    Contracting on unobserved volatility" (with Ben Goldys, Sydney Uni Mathematics)
    Sep 28 Ching-Jen Sun - Deakin University A Sandwich Theorem for Generic nxn Two Person Games
    Oct 5 Laura Panza - University of Melbourne

    The impact of ethnic segregation on schooling outcomes in Mandate Palestine

     

    Oct 12 Thomas A. Lubik - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Assessing US Aggregate Fluctuations Across Time andFrequencies with Christian Matthes Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and Fabio Verona Bank of Finland
    Oct 19 Jorge Pinto - University of Queensland Production Network Structure, Service Share, and Aggregate Volatility
    Oct 26 Phillip McCalman - University of Melbourne

    International Trade, Product Lines and Welfare: The roles of firm and consumer heterogeneit

    Nov 2

    Napier 205

    Ratbek Dzhumashev - Monash University

    Consumption externalities and fertility choice

    Nov 5 Yves Zenou - Monash University Social Norms in Public: Philip Ushchev and Yves Zenou
    Nov 9 Timothy Kam -  ANU

    Inflationary Redistribution vs. Trading Opportunities:

    A New-Monetarist Heterogeneous-agent Quantitative Theory


Workshops

The School of Economics has a series of slightly less formal workshops which we affectionately call 'Brainbags'. 

These are led by Adelaide academic staff and postgraduate students. In addition, the brainbag series includes visitors that we can’t fit into the usual seminar program. Everyone is more than welcome to attend. Those who are interested in giving a brainbag or who want more information can contact the coordinator, Dr Jacob Wong.

 Location: Level 3 Boardroom, Nexus 10 Building

 Time: 12:00pm -1:30 pm