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Econometrics and Labour

The Econometrics and Labour Research Group covers a wide number of topics within the areas of modern econometric theory and applications, as well as labour economics. On the econometrics side, the research interests include: the econometrics of networks, panel data econometrics, macroeconometrics and financial econometrics. On the labour side, the group is interested in, among other topics, the economics of education, gender economics, ethnic discrimination, personnel economics, crime, technology and innovation, job search, human capital, and happiness.

The group organises an econometrics seminar with external speakers on Wednesday at 2pm, which gathers around ten times a year. The group also participates in the CAGE seminar in applied economics, which runs weekly on Tuesday at 4pm. Students and faculty of the group present their work in progress in two brown bag seminars which run weekly on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1pm. The group also co-organises annual workshops, such as the Warwick Applied Workshop (in June), which aims to gather young talented researchers in all fields of applied microeconomics, and the Econometrics Workshop, a one-day event coupled with an econometrics masterclass.

Our activities

Econometrics Seminar

Wednesday: 2-3pm
For faculty and PhD students at Warwick and other top-level academic institutions across the world. For a detailed scheduled of speakers please see our upcoming events.
Organisers: Luis Candelaria, Kenichi Nagasawa and Giovanni Ricco

Work in Progress Seminars

Tuesdays and Wednesdays: 1.00-2.00pm
Students and Faculty of the group present their work in progress in two brown bag seminars. For a detailed scheduled of speakers see our upcoming events.
Organisers: TBC

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