The ACDE Seminar has been held during the Tuesday afternoon timeslot for several decades and has featured applied economics seminars from many leading economists and upcoming scholars from ANU, Australia, and overseas. Open to the public.
The study investigates the motivations for citizen participation in authoritarian elections, specifically among young people, through a Get Out the Vote experiment during the 2021 Vietnamese National Assembly election. Despite none of the government-approved voter information treatments positively affecting turnout or vote choice, the treatment emphasizing civic duty led to a significant increase in interest in the assembly, suggesting the value of civic duty communication in engaging younger voters in such contexts.
This seminar will present integrated assessment modelling results of climate change.
This research employs survey-to-survey imputation to address data challenges and generate accurate poverty measurements, using various indicators from 22 household surveys across six countries. The study shows that augmenting imputation models with household utility or food expenditure data, as well as geospatial data on soil quality, could significantly enhance the accuracy of poverty predictions, despite the limitations of larger survey intervals and model goodness-of-fit.
The study uses administrative data on middle school students in New York City public school systems and adopts a difference-in-difference framework to look at the effects of a school reform on students’ achievements.
This seminar investigates on whether dividend imputation would eliminate double taxation of capital income and lead to more savings, investment and capital accumulation in open economies.
This seminar will use census and other data to share insights on the economy of Timor-Leste.
Ariel Ortiz-Bobea presents new research on agricultural research and development in a changing climate
The impact of foreign demand shocks on input demand and domestic sales: evidence from Indonesia after the GFC
The seminar investigates how exporting firms respond to foreign demand shocks, looking at the case of Indonesian firms following the Global Financial Crisis.
This seminar delves into electricity market design, presenting modelling results.
This seminar presents the results of a cost-benefit analysis of clean drinking water access for Australian communities.