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.
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Convener: Ross McLeod
Mukherjee investigates how democratization affects growth, using firm-level data in combination with the timing of district-level political regime change in Indonesia.
Mousami Prasad investigates consumers’ potential willingness to pay for cars made with ‘green steel’ produced using fossil-free fuel technologies.
Raschky uses satellite imagery and corresponding ground truth data to predict regional fixed capital and then to construct regional GDP per capita.
Howard Brady will present arguments and evidence on climate change and global warming, questioning whether prediction of future climate states is possible.
Are non-pharmaceutical interventions effective? The Japanese textile sector during the influenza pandemic of 1918-1920
Ilan Noy investigates the impact of non-pharmaceutical policy interventions in determining the economic impact of the 1918-20 influenza pandemic in Japan.
Yanrui Wu investigates the association between city-level environmental regulation and changes in the pattern and structure of foreign direct investment in China.
Shi presents a new econometric method for identifying housing bubbles, with an empirical application to Australian housing markets.
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