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100th Applied Young Economist Webinar

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100th Applied Young Economist Webinar

The Applied Young Economist Webinar (AYEW) series celebrates its 100th event on Wednesday 1 December 2021. The series is co-hosted by Warwick PhD student Ivan Yotzov, in collaboration with colleagues from Monash University, and supported by the Monash-Warwick Alliance.

The webinar series brings together PhD candidates and Post-Doctoral researchers working in various fields of Economics across the world. It provides a platform for early-career economists to share their work beyond their home universities, gain feedback, and make new connections.

In the 100th webinar since the series began in April 2020, Warwick PhD candidate Karmini Sharma will present her paper Tackling Sexual Harassment: Evidence from IndiaLink opens in a new window. She will discuss experimental evidence on the effects of sexual harassment awareness training for college students in New Delhi.

The 100th webinar marks the end of Season 3 of the webinar series. Season 4 is due to begin in February 2022.

AYEW Econ Job Market Vlog

AYEW has also launched a new Econ Job Market VlogLink opens in a new window. In October 2021, candidates were invited to submit short videos outlining their job market papers, which were promoted through the AYEW website and social media.

Further information

Tackling Sexual Harassment: Evidence from India’ is taking place on Wednesday 1 December 2021, 3pm-4pm GMT (2am-3am, Thursday 2 December, Eastern Australia Time).

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