In this talk Professor Vines will describe the radical shift in thinking by the generation of economists who worked in Canberra during and immediately after World War II.
In this talk David Vines will describe the Rebuilding Macroeconomic Theory Project, which led to a number of papers in the Oxford Review of Economics Policy.
In this seminar Hang Hoang presents the results of her investigation into the determinants of innovation in manufacturing SMEs in Vietnam.
In this seminar Daniel Silva Withmory will present his thesis proposal review on the effect of government expenditure on real activity, public debt and other economic variables in a small open economy such as Australia.
In this seminar Kate McKinnon will present her thesis proposal review on “Investigating linkages between asset markets: A latent factor approach”.
Tony Wiskich presents his thesis proposal review on Economic Modelling of Climate Change.
Benjamin Aust discusses drivers of negative energy prices in Germany and runs regressions to examine negative price indicators using a sample of hourly-based data over the period of 2012-2016.
Benjamin Aust provides an overview of his recent paper, Understanding price fluctuations in the National Electricity Market.
This workshop features research on: the oil boom and the US economy; oil and fiscal policy; forecasting the real price of oil under volatility; Dutch disease; asset returns; commodity prices; and oil supply shocks.
Anpeng Li discusses a growth model with heterogeneous firms to study the allocative inefficiency in emerging economies.