2017 RSE Honours cohort - Research presentations

RSE 2017 Honours Cohort

RSE 2017 Honours Cohort

Our elite students showcased their research on Friday 26 May 2017. The Honours Convenor and members of the intellectual research community in RSE turned up to interact with Honours students presenting their thesis topics.

This year we have 12 students, and their topics and supervisors are listed here.

Economics Honours Thesis Presentations ECON4488

FRIDAY, May 26, 2017 from 1pm – 4pm

ALSTON, Max

(Supervisor: Idione Meneghel)

Stable Matching Under Incomplete Information

CONWAY, Julia

(Supervisor: Kieron Meagher)

A Model of the Public/Private Work Allocation of Australian Medical Specialists

HIGGINSON, Christopher

(Supervisor: Martin Richardson)

Content Protection for Sale

JACOB, Matthew

(Supervisor: Maria Racionero)

Income-contingent Loans and Optimal Non-linear Taxation

LU, Michael

(Supervisor: Çağrı Kumru)

The Superannuation Function in a Computable General Equilibrium Model

McMIKEN, Shane

(Supervisor: Simon Grant)

Size Doesn’t Matter: Using Choquet Expected Utility and Neo-additive Capacities to Explain the Small Stock Puzzle

MISCHRICKY, Simon

(Supervisor: John Stachurski)

Implications of a Stochastic Growth Model with Risk Sensitive Preferences

MULLAMPHY, D'arcy

(Supervisor: Maria Racionero)

Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation and state income taxation in Australia

NUGENT, Taylor

(Supervisor: Simon Grant)

Noise Trader Risk and the Rise of Passive Investing

PENROSE, Gabrielle

(Supervisor: Bruce Chapman)

Education Financing Reform for Colombia

STEVENS, James

(Supervisor: Chung Tran)

Little House, On a Prayer: Australia’s Housing Affordability Crisis

VADEYAR, Saloni

(Supervisor: Rohan Pitchford)

The Effect of Competition on Liquidity


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