August 2016 AI (#56) with conference keynote abstracts

Asymmetric Information Issue 56

Contents:

  • Editorial
  • An Interview with Ilan Noy (by John Creedy)

  • The ‘Five Minute Interview’ (Judy Kavanagh)

  • NZAE Membership Survey 2015

  • NZAE Conference Keynote Speaker Abstracts

  • NZAE Conference Photos

  • Awards Presented at NZAE Conference 2016

  • Blogwatch (by Paul Walker)

  • (Motu) The Impact of the 90-day Trial Policy

    (by Nathan Chappell and Isabelle Sin)

  • WEAI Conferences, 2017 and beyond

  • GEN Annual Conference 2016

  • (Stats New Zealand) New Information in the

    Labour Market Estimates (by Sharon Snelgrove)

  • Two Recent New Zealand Publications

  • Research in Progress (University of Auckland)

  • NZAE Information and New Members

Seminars for 2016 including Treasury, RBNZ and universities

A list of seminars at each institution can be found on the pages below.

2014 History of Economic Thought Society of Australia conference in Auckland 11-12 July

The University of Auckland will host the 2014 HETSA conference in 2014. Registration is open to all those interested in the contest of ideas and the intellectual history of economics. The first conference session will be scheduled for Friday 11 July at 9am. More

April 2013 AI (#46) updates on University of Auckland research

The April 2013 issue of Asymmetric Information is now available online here.

Issue No. 46 April 2013 contents:

  • Editorial
  • An Interview with Sir Roderick Deane
  • From the 2B RED File
  • ‘Frames’
  • Fine Lines
  • Blogwatch
  • (Motu) Exchange Rate Pass-Through
  • NZIER Economics Award
  • The Government Economics Network (GEN)
  • The Five Minute Interview
  • The AR Bergstrom Prize
  • Research in Progress
  • NZEP
  • NZAE Information

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