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Perfecting Correlated Equilibrium

10 March 2020 12:00pm
Presented by Priscilla Man, The University of Queensland

Rational Expectations Models with Higher Order Beliefs

9 March 2020 12:15pm
Presented by Naoki Takayama, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
seminar

Experimental and cognitive-cost-based models of inferential expectations

6 March 2020 2:30pm
Speaker: Gordon Menzies, University of Technology Sydney
With Timo Henckel (ANU) and Daniel Zizzo (UQ)

Health Shocks and the Evolution of Earnings over the Life-Cycle

4 March 2020 1:30pm
Speaker: Elena Capatina, Australian National University

Laws and Norms with (Un)Observable Actions

3 March 2020 11:00am
Presented by Murat Mungan, George Mason University
seminar

Asset price booms and macroeconomic policy: A risk-shifting approach

28 February 2020 2:30pm
Speaker: Gadi Barlevy, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

The effect of changes in the skill premium on college degree attainment and the choice of major

3 February 2020 12:00pm2:00pm
Speaker: Professor Victor Lavy, University of Warwick, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Does Comparative Advantage in STEM Explain the Gender Gap in STEM Study?

6 December 2019 2:30pm
Presented by Silvia Griselda, The University of Melbourne
UQ

Bayesian Estimation of Individual Heterogeneity in Psychological Research Data

5 December 2019 2:00pm
Presented by Assistant Professor Nalan Bastürk, Maastricht University (joint work with Suzanne van Bronswijk, Lotte Lemmens, Marcus Huibers and Frenk Peeters).
Seminar

Daughters and Divorce

29 November 2019 2:30pm
Presented by Dr Jan Kabatek, The University of Melbourne

The Impact of CEOs in the Public Sector: Evidence from the English NHS

28 November 2019 1:30pm
Presented by Carol Propper (with Katharina Janke and Raff Sadun)
UQ

Impact of capacity on access to invasive coronary angiography by patients of different socio-economic status

27 November 2019 2:00pm
Presented by Associate Professor Jongsay Yong, The University of Melbourne
Women leading and executive conference

UQ Women in BEL: Crafting your career at all levels

26 November 2019 12:00pm1:45pm
UQ staff and higher degree by research students are invited to register for an exciting career development and networking session, hosted by the UQ Women in Business, Economics and Law (BEL) Network.
Seminar

What Causes Gamson’s Law? Experimental Evidence on Coalition Bargaining and Commitment

22 November 2019 2:30pm
Presented by Dr Aaron Kamm, The University of Melbourne

Economic Incentives, Home Production and Gender Identity Norms

21 November 2019 12:00pm
Presented by Professor Andrea Ichino, European University Institute and CEPR

Can Market Design Help the World’s Poor? Evidence from a Lab Experiment on Land Trade

15 November 2019 2:30pm
Presented by Tom Wilkening, The University of Melbourne
UQ

Inference in Moment Inequality Models with Combined Data Sources

14 November 2019 11:00am
Presented by Dr Yi Sun, The University of Sydney
UQ

New Indexes for Measuring Resource Use Efficiency

13 November 2019 2:00pm
Presented by Associate Professor Tiho Ancev, The University of Sydney
Lecture

Speculative Trade and Market Newcomers

11 November 2019 2:00pm
Presented by Bogdan Klischuk, Australian National University

Optimal Mechanism Design with Aftermarket Oligopoly Competitions

8 November 2019 2:30pm
Presented by Associate Professor Jun Zhang, University of Technology Sydney
UQ

Prevention or cure? Abatement efficiency in a network technology

7 November 2019 2:00pm
Presented by Professor Rolf Fare and Professor Shawna Grosskopf, Oregon State University

Price Dispersion, Competition and Revenue Productivity in the Retail Grocery Sector

6 November 2019 1:30pm
Presented by Wing Miriam Feng, National Taiwan Normal University
Professor Alicia Rimbaldi

International comparison methods

31 October 2019 5:15pm7:30pm
Professor Alicia Rambaldi delivers the 2019 Colin Clark Memorial Lecture on how international comparison methods have evolved to adapt to our ever-changing global environment.

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