Take a look at the ‘work in progress’ within the Department of Economics at Otago
Brown Bag workshops present a range of current projects within the Department. There is no restriction concerning topics other than they should belong to the field of economics.
If you have any questions, require further information, or would like to be included on the mailing list for these workshops, please contact the coordinators: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Brown Bag Workshops are held on Mondays 12-1.30pm during the semester in Room 320, Level 3, Otago Business School.
Upcoming Brown Bag workshops
Tuesday 7 February
Saeideh Babashahi, PhD student
“Health Research Funding Prioritisation”
Monday 27 February
Enn Lun Yong, PhD student
"Innovation and the genetic diversity in the amygdala"
Monday 22 May
Anh Nguyen, PhD student
"The Knowledge-Capital Model: The case of Intra-Asian Foreign Direct Investment"
Monday 7 August
Saeideh Babashahi, PHD student
"Prioritising Health Research Funding into Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs): Setting the Criteria"
Monday 21 August
Ruth Badru, PHD student
"Gender, Distribution and Demand in a Marxian-Post Keynesian Model with Multiplier Effects"
Monday 18 September
Carsten Schousboe, PHD student
“Choosing the right quality of life instrument for Pharmac”
Monday 25 September
Samuel Oladipo, PHD student
"African Beverage Crops' Supply Response to World Price"