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Economic History Society of Australia & New Zealand

2003 Conference Economic History Society of Australia & New Zealand

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Publié le vendredi 22 août 2003 par Anne Gentil-Beccot

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Programme Sunday 28 September 2003 University House 18:00 20:00 Registration desk open 18:30 20:00 Informal gathering, University House Monday 29 September 2003 Day One Manning Clark Centre, Australian National University 8:

Annonce

Programme

Sunday 28 September 2003
University House

18:00 20:00 Registration desk open

18:30 20:00 Informal gathering, University House

Monday 29 September 2003
Day One Manning Clark Centre,
Australian National University

8:00 Registration desk open

9:30 9:45 Conference Welcome and Opening

9:45 10:45 Plenary Session
“How Much Can Economic Agents Learn?”
– Paul Ormerod, Volterra Consulting

10:45 11:15 Morning Tea

11:15 12:45 Concurrent Sessions

12:45 13:45 Lunch

13:45 15:15 Concurrent Sessions

15:15 15:45 Afternoon Tea

15:45 16:45 Plenary Session
“Statistical Significance – Getting back to
seeking Oomph” – Deirdre McCloskey,
University of Illinois, Chicago

16:45 Registration Desk Closes

18:30 20:00 Cocktail reception – National Gallery of
Australia

Tuesday 30 September 2003
Day Two Manning Clark Centre,
Australian National University

8:00 Registration desk open

9:00 10:00 Plenary Session
“Integrating Trade Theory with Industrial
Organisation” - Peter Neary, University
College, Dublin

10:00 10:30 Morning Tea

10:30 12:00 Concurrent Sessions

12:00 13:30 Lunch

13:30 15:00 Concurrent Sessions
Including: Round Table Discussion
“What is the Place for Economic History?”
– Deirdre McCloskey, Jeffery Williamson &
Tim Hatton

15:00 15:30 Afternoon Tea

15:30 16:30 “Not Your Father’s Union” – Richard
Freeman, Harvard University.

17:00 Registration Desk Closes

19:00for 19:30 Conference Dinner – National Museum of
Australia

Wednesday 1 October 2003
Day Three Manning Clark Centre,
Australian National University

8:00 Registration desk open

9:30 10:30 Plenary Session
“The Impact of Globalization in the Very
Long Run.” – Jeffrey Williamson, Harvard
University

10:30 11:00 Morning Tea

11:00 12:00 Concurrent Sessions

12:00 13:00 Lunch

13:00 14:00 Plenary Session
“Investing in Children”
– Sue Richardson, National Institute of
Labour Studies

14:00 14:30 Afternoon Tea

14:30 15:30 Plenary Session
“Fiscal and Monetary Policy: Current Issues”
– Larry Meyer, The Center for Strategic
and International Studies
Conference Closing Address

15:45 Registration Desk Closes

Thursday 2 October 2003
Business Symposium
Hyatt Hotel Canberra

8:00 Registration desk open

9:00 9:30 Symposium Welcome and Opening

9:30 10:45 Monetary vs Fiscal Policy
Ken Henry, The Treasury
Larry Meyer, Center for Strategic and
International Studies

10:45 11:15 Morning Tea

11:15 12:30 Economics and Policy
Peter Shergold, Department of Prime
Minister and Cabinet
Patricia Scott, Department of Industry,
Tourism and Resources
Ted Evans, former Secretary, The Treasury

12:30 14:00 Lunch
Guest Speaker – TBA

14:00 15:45 Economics and Regulation
Gary Banks, Productivity Commission
Graeme Samuel, Australian Competition
and Consumer Commission

15:45 16:15 Afternoon Tea

16:15 17:30 The Politics of Economics
Paul Ormerod, Volterra Consulting

17:30 Symposium Close

17:45 Registration Desk Closes

Disclaimer: Conference Program subject to change without notice.
Conference Organising Committee reserves the right to change or amend
the program at their discretion.

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Lieux

  • Canberra, Australie

Dates

  • dimanche 28 septembre 2003

Source de l'information

  • Marin Dacos
    courriel : marin [dot] dacos [at] openedition [dot] org

Pour citer cette annonce

« Economic History Society of Australia & New Zealand », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le vendredi 22 août 2003, http://calenda.org/188269