This project aims at significantly advancing understanding of the transmission of financial crises through a combination of research tools on measuring crises with new developments in high frequency financial econometrics across a multiyear research plan.
This project will substantially increase the operations and research outputs of the Laboratory, creating the leading research institution in Australia in the application of experimental economics to natural resources and the environment.
Experimental economics is an important and growing field in which the underlying principles of economics are explored under laboratory conditions. The aim of the research group is to evaluate the theory and application of economics to environmental and resource issues.
Authorised by the Head of School, Economics & Finance
26 April, 2012