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 some lively and interesting discussions!

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

Schedule for Fall 2018 - All sessions meet in Ballard 200C
Date Time Presenter Title
9/24 12-1 Pontus Mattsson, Ph.D Candidate, Linnaeus University (Sweden)

Impacts on Efficiency of Merging the Swedish District Courts

9/26 12-1 Allen C. Molina, Economist, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

Hunting and Fishing License Demand: Why Traditional Demand Factors May Not Affect Purchases in Oregon

10/3 12-1 David Rossi, Ph.D. Student Fire Suppression's Budget Share with Risk Averse Incident Managers
10/10 12-1 Yong Chen, Assoc. Professor Land Conservation and Skill Sorting
10/31 12-1 Srabashi Ray, Ph.D. Candidate Impact of Agricultural Input Subsidies on Farm Household Production and Food Security in Tanzania
11/7 12-1 David Kling, Asst. Professor What Level of Government Should Manage Renewable Resources?
11/14 12-1:30 Jason Beasley, Ph.D. Candidate Hold the Line:  Modeling Private Coastal Adaptation through Shoreline Armoring Decisions (Practice Job Talk)
12/5 12-1:30 An Li, Ph.D. Candidate Economic Analysis of the U.S. Agricultural Labor Markets: Evidence from the National Agricultural Workers Survey (Practice Job Talk)