The ACDE Seminar is ANU’s oldest and most distinguished seminar series in applied economics. It has been held during the Tuesday afternoon timeslot for several decades and has featured seminars from many leading economists and upcoming scholars from ANU, Australia, and overseas.
To join the mailing list for this seminar series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Convener: Ross McLeod
Raschky uses satellite imagery and corresponding ground truth data to predict regional fixed capital and then to construct regional GDP per capita.
Shi presents a new econometric method for identifying housing bubbles, with an empirical application to Australian housing markets.
Bazzi investigates the market response to the policy of expanding public schooling, designed in part to foster nation-building and to curb religious influence in society.
Skill transferability, migration, and development: Evidence from population resettlement in Indonesia
Arya Gaduh investigates the long-run impacts of Indonesia’s transmigration program on rice productivity, night-time light intensity and migrants’ adaptation to agroclimatic change.
Murphy models the economic effects of COVID-19 restrictions on the Australian economy and the effectiveness of budget policy responses, and considers options for budgetary reforms.
Grosjean investigates how loyalty to a WWI military leader has shaped political preferences and influenced collaborationist and political behavior during and beyond WWII.
Taking financial access to remote and insecure areas: impacts of a comprehensive financial inclusion intervention in Papua New Guinea
Hoy reports on the impacts of a comprehensive financial inclusion program in PNG, failing to detect any significant effects from the intervention.
Contemporary economics and contraindications for climate maladies: Lessons from environmental macroeconomics
In the context of concerns about climate change, Thampapillai proposes an approach to analysing economic growth that explicitly includes environmental capital as a productive factor.
Ubilava investigates the influence of seasonal variation in cereal crop prices on internal conflict, and violence involving civilians, in low-income countries in Africa.
- 1 of 3
- next ›