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Applied Young Economist Webinars 2021

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Applied Young Economist Webinars 2021

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.

Follow the webinar series via Twitter: @ayew2021

Please note that the seminars take place via Zoom.


Date and Time
(Europe/US East)

Speaker and Title

Wednesday 24th February
Time: 3-4pm BST

Pierre Magontier (Bern)
'Does media coverage affect governments' preparation for natural disasters?'

Wednesday 10th March
Time: 3-4pm BST
Kim Fe Cramer (Columbia)
'Access to Banks and Household Resilience'
Wednesday 24th March
Time: 3-4pm BST
Felix Schaff (LSE)
'When 'the State Made War', what Happened to Economic Inequality? Evidence from Preindustrial Germany (c. 1400-1800)'