Labour Econometrics Workshop 2012 (LEW2012)
University of Wollongong
Friday 10th - Saturday 11th August 2012
- Wollongong is 1 hour drive from Sydney airport on the regular minibus connection; or 2.5 hours drive from Canberra.
- The LEW2012 Papers are available
- There will be a workshop dinner on the Friday night at Harbourfront restaurant, starting with drinks at 6:30pm.
- Social activities on Sunday consist of a gentle rainforest walk and a pub lunch
Keynote speaker at LEW2012
Professor William N. Evans will present the keynote address on the topic “The White/Black Education Gap, Stalled Progress, and the Long Term Consequences of the Crack Epidemic.”
William is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at the University of Notre Dame. His principal research interests are in applied microeconomics. He has worked on topics in labour economics, the economics of education, public finance, industrial organization, and health economics. He is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, and until recently was the editor of the Journal of Human Resources. Website: http://nd.edu/~wevans1/
The Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW) is an annual meeting hosted by a different university in Australasia each year. This year marks the 15th consecutive meeting. The objective of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for researchers in applied microeconometrics to share and discuss their latest research, and receive constructive feedback. A very broad definition of the field of ‘labour econometrics’ is applied – and submissions in the areas of public, health and development economics are encouraged. Sufficient time is allocated for each paper to enable serious discussion of methodological and technical issues. Organisers strive to include a blend of papers by established researchers and junior scholars.
14th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2011)
13th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2010)
12th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2009)
11th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2008)
10th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2007)
9th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2006)
8th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2005)
7th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2004)
6th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2003)
5th Labour Econometrics Workshop (LEW2002)