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May

30
May
2016
Research School of Economics | Seminar

Bias-corrected common correlated effects pooled estimation in homogeneous dynamic panels

Gerdie Everaert, Ghent University.

12–1pm

Gerdie Everaert will present this Research School of Economics Seminar on applied microeconomics.

May

30
May
2016
Australia South Asia Research Centre | ASARC Seminar

An analysis of the paddy/rice value chains in Sri Lanka

Professor S M P Senanayake, University of Colombo.

2–3.30pm

Professor Senanayake examines whether the structure of the paddy/rice market in Sri Lanka is competitive and efficient by undertaking two tracer surveys.

May

31
May
2016
Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | ACDE Trade & Development Seminars

Japanese firms’ innovation responses to Chinese competition

Nobu Yamashita, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Keio University.

2–3.30pm

Nobu Yamashita examines the innovation responses of a panel of Japanese firms to Chinese import competition for the period 1994-2009.

May

31
May
2016
PolicyForum.net | Forum

The Vote: Policy Forum & ANU 2016 Federal Election series - Tax and the economy

Professor Miranda Stewart, Director, Tax and Transfer Institute, Crawford School, ANU; Dr John Hewson, Honorary Professorial Fellow, Crawford School, ANU; and Associate Professor Maria Racionero, Director, Centre for Economic Policy Research, ANU; Moderated by Steven Long, ABC.

6–7pm

In this fourth event of the Federal Election series, Professor Miranda Stewart, Dr John Hewson and Associate Professor Maria Racionero discuss election tax and economic policy.

June

01
Jun
2016
Research School of Economics | Seminar

Fiscal rules and unemployment

Britta Gehrke, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

12–1pm

In this Research School of Economics Seminar (Macroeconomics), Britta Gehrke analyses fiscal policy under fiscal rules in a New Keynesian model.

June

02
Jun
2016
Development Policy Centre | Workshop

New research on Pacific labour mobility

Professor Stephen Howes, Director, Development Policy Centre, ANU; Dr Richard Curtain, Development Policy Centre, ANU; Professor Richard Bedford, Royal Society of New Zealand; Dr Carmen Voigt-Graf, Development Policy Centre and National Research Institute PNG; Dr Ann Wigglesworth, Victoria University; and Stephen Close, World Bank.

9am–5pm

In this workshop the speakers present a range of new policy-relevant research undertaken into Pacific labour mobility.

June

02
Jun
2016
Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis | Seminar

Labour market flexibility and productivity

Anpeng Li , PhD student, Research School of Economics, ANU.

11am–12pm

Anpeng Li evaluates the role of labour market flexibility in determining the aggregate productivity.

June

02
Jun
2016
Development Policy Centre | Lecture

Towards an integrated labour migration strategy in our Pacific neighbourhood

Richard Bedford, Emeritus Professor, University of Waikato and President of the Royal Society of New Zealand.

5.30–6.30pm

Dr Richard Bedford discusses whether there are prospects for migration policy that might contribute to alleviating pressures in the Pacific neighbourhood.

June

06
Jun
2016
Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis | Lecture

Why is US economic growth so slow?

Dr Martin Baily, The Brookings Institution.

5.30–6.30pm

Dr Martin Baily explores explanations for slow growth and examines whether or not the slowdown is a problem of the mismeasurement of the US economy.

June

07
Jun
2016
Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | ACDE Trade & Development Seminars

Business law convergence in Southeast Asia: can comparative law and economics help?

Dr R Ian McEwin, Visiting Fellow, Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School, ANU.

2–3.30pm

Dr Ian McEwin examines the issue of whether convergence is desirable and whether the underdeveloped comparative law and economics methodology can help.

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