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Applied Young Economist Webinars

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Applied Young Economist Webinars

The Applied Young Economist Webinar (AYEW) is a series which aims to provide PhD students and Post-Doctoral researchers with a platform where they can present their work, connect with colleagues worldwide, and receive feedback.

The webinars for the European/US East Coast edition are co-hosted by Ivan Yotzov with the assistance of colleagues from the Monash-Warwick Alliance and Monash SoDa Laboratories and brings together young economists.

You can read more about the Applied Young Economist Webinar and register to be on the mailing list to receive updates.

Please note that the seminars take place via Zoom.


Date and Time
(Europe/US East)

Speaker and Title

Wednesday 10th June
Time: 3-4pm BST

Sara Signorelli (PSE)
'Do Skilled Migrants Compete with Native Workers? Analysis of a Selective Immigration Policy'

Wednesday 17th June
Time: 3-4pm BST
Daniele Rinaldo (IHEID)
'The Economic Impact of Schistosomiasis'

Wednesday 24th June
Time: 3-4pm BST
Marta Boczoń (Pittsburgh)
'Uncertainties in Measuring Economic Inequality'
Wednesday 1st July
Time: 7-8am BST
Paul Amores (ANU)
'Mental Health and Duration on Unemployment Benefits for Young Australians: Evidence from Longitudinal Administrative Data'
Wednesday 15th July
Time: 3-4pm BST
Ursula Mello (IAE-CSIC and BGSE) 'Unintended Consequences of Affirmative Action in Undergraduate Education for High School Students'
Wednesday 22nd July
Time: 3-4pm BST
Charles Gauthier (UWO) 'Price Search and Consumption Inequality'
Wednesday 29th July
Time: 7-8am BST
Vishesh Agarwal (ANU) 'Modelling bilateral trade and political relations: evidence from China and major partners, 1998-2018 '
Thursday 6th August
Time: 3-4pm BST
Caroline Liqui Lung (PSE) 'Optimal Identification: An Equilibrium Model of Decision Making under Uncertainty in a Social Context '
Thursday 13th August
Time: 3-4pm BST
Zexi Sun (Frankfurt), joint with Nan Hu 'Vague Talking at Central Bank's Press Conference: News or Noise? '
Wednesday 19th August
Time: 8-9am BST
Avner Seror (joint with Sultan Mehmood) 'Religion, Politics,and Judicial Independence: Theory and Evidence '
Wednesday 26th August
Time: 5-6pm BST
Arkadev Ghosh (Vancouver) 'Economic consequences of kinship: Evidence from US bans on cousin marriage'

Wednesday 9th September
7.30 - 8.30am BST

Silvia Griselda (University of Melbourne) 'Different Questions, Different Gender Gap: Can the Format of Questions Explain the Gender Gap in Mathematics?'

Wednesday 16th September
7.00 - 8.00am BST

David Kreitmeir (joint with Nathan Lane and Paul Raschky ) 'Returns to Repression - Firm Asset Price Responses to Activist Assassinations in Resource Rich Economies'