The Applied Economics Working Group meets weekly during the school year to hear presentations by faculty and graduate students. Researchers present their latest work, as well as "works-still-in-progress." This leads to lively and interesting discussions!

Please send any questions about these sessions or presentation inquiries to the working group coordinator, Steven Dundas.

Schedule for Spring 2022

Please email seminar coordinator Steve Dundas for Zoom access information

Date Time Room Presenter Title
4/13 12-1 Ballard 219 & Zoom

Bill Jaeger, Professor, Applied Economics

What an Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Sustainability at OSU Should Look Like, and How Economics Can Inform Our Thinking

4/20 12-1 Ballard 219 & Zoom Geoffrey Caruso, Professor, University of Luxembourg

Urbanisation Profiles of Cities in Europe and the World: Radial Perspective, City Size Effects and Impacts

5/11 12-1 Ballard 219 & Zoom Amod Sugiyama, PhD Student, Applied Economics

The Role of Environmental Non-profits in Fracking Regulations at the Local Level

5/18 12-1 Ballard 219 & Zoom Rusty Dame, PhD Candidate, Applied Economics

Joint Estimation of Site-choice, Trip Duration and On-site Costs for Non-resident Recreational Anglers in Alaska

5/25 12-1 Ballard 219 & Zoom Yuhan Wang, PhD Candidate, Applied Economics

Recent Climate Change has Lowered the Economic Value of Natural Resources: Evidence from Fires and Western U.S. Timberland