ACDE Seminar

The ACDE Seminar is the longest-running seminar series in applied economics at ANU. 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. Open to the public.

Conveners: Dr Sarah Dong, Dr Ryan Edwards, Dr Yixiao Zhou, Professor Paul Burke

13
Sep
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Surfing economics: quantifying the value of recreational surfing at the Noosa World Surfing Reserve

Ana Manero, Australian National University

This seminar will dive into the economics of surfing, with a Noosa case study.

Photo by m.maddo on Flickr

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06
Sep
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Fertility responses to short-term economic stress: Exploring the effects of a wealth shock in a pre-transitional settler colony

Martine Mariotti, Australian National University

This seminar uses historical data from South Africa to explore the effect of economic stress on fertility.

Photo by South African Tourism on Flickr

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30
Aug
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Careers with a PhD in Economics: a panel discussion

Mark Fabian, University of Tasmania; Hang Hoang, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare; Fahad Khan, Asian Development Bank; Moekti Soejachmoen, IA-CEPA ECP Katalis; Tong Zhang, Beijing Institute of Technology

This event will bring together alumni of the Crawford Economics PhD program to share and discuss post-PhD career strategies.

Photo by Paul Fiedler on Unsplash

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23
Aug
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy, Development Policy Centre | ACDE Seminar

Missing migrants: Border closures as a labour supply shock

Lynda Sanderson (New Zealand Productivity Commission)

Lynda Sanderson presents on the firm-level impacts of missing migrants due to the COVID-19 border closure in New Zealand.

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16
Aug
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Extreme temperatures, mortality, and adaptation: Evidence from the county level in China

Paul Burke, Australian National University

Paul Burke shows the effect of extreme temperature on mortality in China.

Photo by Deposit Photo

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09
Aug
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

The sovereign debt crisis in Sri Lanka: Anatomy and policy options

Prema-chandra Athukorala, Australian National University

This seminar will discuss the sovereign debt crisis in Sri Lanka.

Photo by Adobe Stock Images

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02
Aug
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Adjusted Net Saving needs adjusting: reassessing human and resource factors in sustainability estimates

Jack Pezzey, Australian National University

This seminar will explore ways to improve the calculation of economic measures of sustainable development.

Photo by Jack Dylag on Unsplash

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26
Jul
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Curse of lower-skilled emigration on human capital formation: Evidence from the migration surge of the 2000’s

Sam Tang, University of Western Australia

Sam Tang looks at the effect of low-skilled emigration on human capital formation.

Photo by Rahul Kashyap on Unsplash

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21
Jun
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Economics and finance PhDs: Professional activities, productivity and prospects

Kenneth Clements, University of Western Australia

This seminar will delve into what happens after graduating with a PhD in economics or finance.

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14
Jun
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

The effects of institutions on the relationship between politics and trade

Shiro Armstrong and Samuel Hardwick, Australian National University

This seminar will explore empirical links between trade and political relations between countries.

Photo by Markus Krisetya on Unsplash

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