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The aim of the workshop is to gather PhD students in health economics for an exchange of knowledge with some of the most senior leaders in the field of health economics in Australia. Students will have the opportunity to engage in high level discussion with experts in the field of health...
The aim of the Society is to promote the study, practice and development of the field of health economics in Australia, and the role of health economics analysis in informing policy and health practice in Australia and internationally.
The Melbourne Institute Macroeconomic Policy Meetings aim to foster discussion on “hot issues” in macroeconomic policy by involving leading scholars conducting research with state-of-the-art theoretical and/or empirical tools. The 2018 edition of the Meetings will focus on "Macroeconomic...
Program Topics: - Migration, employment and business, - Displacement and asylum, - Mobility and migration in the Asia-Pacific region, - National sovereignty, regional mobility and global governance, - Religious diversity, belonging and integration, - Migration and nationalism in contemporary...
Topics: Financial accounting; International accounting; Financial and non-financial reporting; Financial analysis; Auditing; Internal auditing and control systems; Management accounting and control; Performance measurement; Risk management; Corporate governance; Public sector and nonprofit...
This annual event provides a forum to develop future journal articles and research book publications, as well as to network with other researchers working in the area of International Business. Early-mid career academics and PhD students are particularly welcome.
The 31st AFBC conference will include a PhD Forum for advanced Finance Doctoral Students who are currently working on their dissertation. The one-day forum will offer accepted students the unique opportunity to present their research and have their work discussed by distinguished academics from...
Focus: Pensions, Insurance, Regulation, Risk Measurement, Liquidity, Systemic Risk, Options, Credit Risk, High Frequency Trading, Commodities and other areas of Quantitative Finance.
The Workshop is intended to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss recent developments in macroeconomics. We encourage contributions in all areas of macroeconomics, particularly those relevant to an open economy such as Australia.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)