MEET (Microeconomic and Experimental Economic Theory) research network
Stream leader: Maros Servatka
Stream members: Lyla Zhang, Wylie Bradford, Craig McMillan, Rohan Best
The MEET network undertakes research on the application of microeconomics to issues emerging from the functioning of labour markets, international trade settings, industrial and individual strategic partnerships and competitive frameworks. The focus of this research has policy implications for Australia’s economic efficiency and the welfare of its citizens (eg changes in competition policy, labour market regulations, and international trade agreements).
This network is involved in major projects on the measurement of demand for public outlays, tax policy modelling, the economics of drug abuse, economics of the arts and culture, valuation of the environment and sustainable development, deregulation, productivity and efficiency. As part of its investigations, the network considers incentives, as well as the role of behavioural factors, in the economic decision-making of individuals and governments.
Contact: Professor Maros Servatka
Content owner: Department of Economics Last updated: 08 May 2019 12:33am