PhD Seminar (Econ)

This seminar series is for presentations by PhD in Economics students in the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy.

To join the mailing list for this seminar series, please email seminars.economics@anu.edu.au.

Convener: Dr Larry Weifeng Liu

17
Jun
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis | PhD Seminar (Econ)

COVID-19 pandemic, firms' responses, and unemployment in the ASEAN-5

Sulistiyo Ardiyono

Sulistiyo Ardiyono presents his paper on the heterogeneous impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on firms' performance in ASEAN-5 countries, the role of operating flexibility, and the sensitivity of employment on firms' revenue.

Photo by Leif Inge Fosen

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03
Jun
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

The impact of corporate political connections on corporate environmental responsibility: Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

Ngoc Minh Le

Ngoc Minh Le presents her paper on the impact of corporate political connections on corporate environmental responsibility.

Photo by Piqsels

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20
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Globalized economy and national policies: Issues in comparing carbon emissions mitigation efforts under demographic and institutional asymmetry

Tsendsuren Batsuuri

Tsendsuren Batsuuri presents her research on the impact of asymmetric demographic change on carbon emissions.

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13
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Childhood vaccination and human capital development in later life: Evidence from Indonesia

Riswandi

Riswandi presents his paper on the impact of childhood vaccination on human capital development in later life, taking Indonesia a case study.

Photo by DFAT on Flickr

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06
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Financial conditions and zombie companies: International evidence

Joel Bowman

Joel Bowman presents his PhD research on the relationship between self-constructed measures of financial conditions and the amount of resources sunk into zombie companies.

Photo by Stephen Dawson on Unsplash

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29
Apr
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

COVID-19 private pension withdrawals and unemployment tenures

Tristram Sainsbury

Tristram Sainsbury presents his PhD research on the labour market effects of early pension withdrawal policies in the COVID-19 context.

Photo by Gabriella Clare Marino

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01
Apr
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

The effect of remittances on the Nepali economy: A structural VAR study

Sudyumna Dahal

Sudyumna Dahal presents his PhD research on the effects of remittance and other macro-economic variable shocks on the small open economy of Nepal using SVAR model.

Photo by Samrat Khadka on Unsplash

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18
Mar
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Endogenous borrowing constraints, the intergenerational state, and wealth inequality

Matt Woolf

Matt Woolf presents his PhD research on the impact of public spending on wealth inequality and economic growth.

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11
Mar
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

The quality-quantity tradeoff and the race against the machine

Matt Woolf

Matt Woolf presents his PhD research on the impact of technological development on economic growth and inequality.

Photo by Jose Martin Ramirez Carrasco on Unsplash

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04
Mar
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Staying cool and wellbeing outcomes: An analysis of Australian social housing

Mara Hammerle

Mara Hammerle presents her PhD research on the impact of replacing existing heaters with energy-efficient reverse cycle air-conditioners (RCACs) in social housing in Australia.

Photo by Douglas Paul Perkins on Wikimedia Commons

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