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Presenters include staff from the Department of Economics and other faculties, as well as scholars visiting from other universities.

Everyone is welcome!

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact the seminar coordinators:


Venue: Economics Seminar Room 320, Level 3, Otago Business School
Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm


Semester 1

Friday 29 April
Luke Chu, Victoria University Wellington
“Life-cycle Bias and Intergenerational Correlation of Criminal Behaviours.”

Friday 6 May
Corey Allen, MBIE
“Who benefits from firm success? Heterogenous rent sharing in New Zealand”

Semester 2

Friday 4 November
Girish Bahal, University of Western Australia
"The effect of supply base diversification on the propagation of shocks"

Monday 14 November
Alison Buttenheim, University of Pennsylvania
"Did behavioral economics boost COVID-19 vaccine acceptance? Evidence and insights from WEIRD and LMIC"


Semester 1

Friday 31 January
Mikael Elinder, Uppsala University, Sweden
"Smart and Generous"

Friday 13 March
David Fairris, University of California-Riverside
Title TBA

Past Department of Economics Seminar Series

Seminar Series 2019
Seminar Series 2018
Seminar Series 2017
Seminar Series 2016
Seminar Series 2015
Seminar Series 2014
Seminar Series 2013
Seminar Series 2012
Seminar Series 2011
Seminar Series 2010
Seminar Series 2009
Seminar Series 2008

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