The School of Economics run a regular seminar program to enable our academic staff and higher degree by research students to keep abreast of the latest research topics and interact with international, national and internal experts in the field. There are five types of seminar series with its own academic coordinator: Applied Economics, Econometrics Colloquium, Economic Theory, Macroeconomics and School.

2022 Seminar Coordinators

Seminar Coordinator - Applied EconomicsAndreaLA NAUZE
Seminar Coordinator - EconometricsFuOUYANG
Seminar Coordinator - Economic TheoryCarlosOYARZUN
Seminar Coordinator - GeneralRigissaMEGALOKONOMOU
Seminar Coordinator - MacroeconomicsAndresBELLOFATTO

Macroeconomics Seminar

20 June 2022 9:30am11:00am
Presented by Professor John Quiggin.

Macroeconomics Seminar

6 June 2022 9:30am11:00am
Presented by Nicolas Werquin from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Which Performs Best? Comparing Discrete Choice Models

1 June 2022 10:00am11:30am
Presented by Professor Geoffroy de Clippel from Brown University.

Walras, Lindahl and Samuelson vs Vickrey, Clarke and Groves

31 May 2022 11:00am12:30pm
Presented by Claudio Mezzetti from The University of Queensland.

Water markets can accelerate groundwater depletion and increase surface water availability

26 May 2022 9:30am10:30am
Presented by Sheila Olmstead from The University of Texas at Austin.

Revealed Preference Tests for Linear Probability

17 May 2022 11:00am12:30pm
Presented by Zachary Breig from The University of Queensland

Revisiting the gap between the willingness to pay and willingness to accept for public goods

12 May 2022 6:00pm7:00pm
Presented by Daniel Rondeau from the University of Victoria
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Motivations for Indirect Reciprocity

11 May 2022 10:00am11:30am
Presented by Kieran Gibson from The University of Queensland
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A Puzzling Forecast Combination

29 April 2022 2:00pm4:00pm
Seminar presented by Associate Professor David Frazier from Monash University
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Testing for selection bias and moral hazard in private health insurance

4 April 2022 11:00am12:00pm
Presented by Clifford Afoakwah, Centre for Applied Health Economics, Griffith University

Large-scale generalized linear longitudinal data models with grouped patterns of unobserved heterogeneity

1 April 2022 2:00pm4:00pm
Presented by Professor Tomohiro Ando from The University of Melbourne

Maternal and Infant Health Inequality: New Evidence from Linked Administrative Data

31 March 2022 9:00am10:30am
Presented by Maya Rossin-Slater from Stanford University, School of Medicine.

The Strategy of Single Transferable Vote

29 March 2022 11:00am12:30pm
Presented by Dr Shino Takayama with Andrew McLennan, and Terence Yeo from The University of Queensland, School of Economics.
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What's Driving the Decline in Entrepreneurship?

21 March 2022 9:30am11:00am
Nic Kozeniauskas will discuss reasons why there has been a steady decline in entrepreneurship in recent decades.
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Two-stage majoritarian choice

18 March 2022 2:00pm4:00pm
Presented by Professor Yves Sprumont from Deakin University
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A Ramsey Theory of Financial Distortions

7 March 2022 9:30am10:30am
Presented by Marco Bassetto from the Federal Bank of Minneapolis
Applied economics seminar series

No evidence that siblings’ gender affects personality across nine countries

3 March 2022 9:30am11:30am
Presented by Dr Jan Feld, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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One-year impacts of COVID-19 in Uganda

8 September 2021 5:00pm
QUEX seminar presented by Mahreen Mahmud (Exeter).
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QUEX seminar presented by Cecilia Chen

2 June 2021 5:00pm6:30pm
The speaker will be Exeter’s Cecilia Chen, who works on experiments incorporating incentives, productivity, competition, and gender.
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Stop explaining black box machine learning models for high stakes decisions and use interpretable models instead

15 April 2021 9:00am10:30am
Virtual seminar in the series: Frontiers of Big Data, AI and Analytics.


Upcoming 2022 Seminars




Tuesday, 26 July (In person)

Macroeconomics  2.00pm - 3.00pm

Burhan Kuruscu (University of Toronto)

 Wednesday, 27 JulyBehavioural Economics Science ClusterHao Wan/Greg Levy
AugustWednesday, 3 August Behavioural Economics Science Cluster Karen Rozen 
 Tuesday, 9 AugustEconomic Theory Hao, Li
 Friday, 12 August General School Seminar Chris Edmond 
 Tuesday, 16 AugustMacroeconomicsNicolas Werquin (Chicago Fed)
 Wednesday, 17 AugustBehavioural Economics Science Cluster Charles Sprenger
 Thursday, 18 August (In person)Applied Economics Jordan Norris 
 Wednesday, 24 AugustBehavioural Economics Science Cluster Dan Altman (GSU)
 Wednesday, 31 AugustBehavioural Economics Science Cluster Justin Sydnor
SeptemberThursday, 1 SeptemberApplied EconomicsJie Gong 
 Friday, 2 September General School SeminarTim Chritensen (NYU, UCL)
 Wednesday, 7 September Behavioural Economics Science Cluster Sheryl
 Tuesday, 13 September MacroeconomicsChung Tran (ANU)
 Wednesday, 14 SeptemberBehavioural Economics Science Cluster Ben Bushong
 Thursday, 29 SeptemberApplied EconomicsLester Lusher
OctoberWednesday, 12 OctoberBehavioural Economics Science Cluster Stefan Trautmann
 Thursday, 13 OctoberApplied EconomicsAlice Solda
 Friday, 21 October (TBC)General School SeminarJohn Stachurski
 Wednesday, 26 OctoberBehavioural Economics Science ClusterJudd B. Kessler
 Thursday, 27 OctoberApplied EconomicsJim Sallee
NovemberTuesday, 1 November (In person)Economic TheoryDiego Carrasco (UQ PhD student)
 Thursday, 3 November (In person)Applied EconomicsAshley Craig
 Tuesday, 8 November (In person)MacroeconomicsElena Capatina (ANU)
 Friday, 11 November (In person - TBC)General School SeminarBob Cain
 Tuesday, 22 November (In person) MacroeconomicsYoungsoo Jang (UQ)
DecemberTuesday, 6 December (In person - TBC)MacroeconomicsMiNchul Yum (U Manheim)