Come one, come all, for the Subjects Fair is right around the corner! Coming up on March 7, this is the perfect opportunity for students like yourself to pull your lives together and begin planning out the rest of your degree! We’re going to have lecturers from every area of economic study offered at UQ together in one room, so this is the ultimate opportunity for you to ask all those questions you’ve always wanted to ask! If that’s not incentive enough, we will also be providing pizza to assist students in digesting their future study choices. Without further ado, we introduce to you the lecturers who will be in attendance on the day!

Dr Axel Wieneke – Macroeconomics

Dr Axel Wieneke is the lecturer of ECON2021 – Principles of Macroeconomics, and ECON2200 – Management of Financial Institutions. His interests like primarily in financial markets, banking, economic analysis, and development economics.

Dr Priscilla Man – Microeconomics

Dr Priscilla Man is a senior lecturer who has lectured ECON2010 – Microeconomic Theory. She has completed research into applied economics and econometrics, and is currently supervising PhD students.

Associate Professor Peter Earl – Business and Industry

Associate Professor Peter Earl specialises in business economics, consumer research and economic method, with an interest in the impact of psychological factors and problems of information and knowledge on decision-making. His approach blends elements from Austrian Economics, Behavioral Economics, Evolutionary Economics, Institutional Economics and Post Keynesian Economics.

Bryan Morgan – Quantitative Economics

Dr Bryan Morgan graduated from UQ with a first-class honours degree and a university medal in 1994. His interests lie in applied economics and econometrics, has supervised Ph.D. students, and currently lectures both semesters of ECON1050 – Tools of Economic Analysis.

Dr Christoph Mueller – Quantitative Economics

Dr Christoph Mueller completed his diploma in economics in 2004 at the University of Mannheim, and completed his Ph.D. in economics at the University of Minnesota. His interests lie primarily in game theory and econometric theory, and is currently the lecturer of ECON2050 – Mathematical Economics.

Dr Antonio Peyrache – Quantitative Economics

Dr Antonio Peyrache completed his Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Rome. He holds particular interest in applied economics, econometrics, and productivity and efficiency analysis. Dr Peyrache is currently lecturing ECON3330 – Econometric Theory.

Dr Frederique Bracoud – Financial Markets and Trade

Dr Frederique Bracoud lectures the subject ECON3210 – Financial Markets and Institutions, for which she was awarded one of four UQ wide Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. Her research is in the area of Economics of Banking, with a particular interest for modelling of competition and contract design in asymmetric information environments.

Professor Flavio Menezes – Decision Making

Professor Menezes works in the fields of market design and auction theory, incentives, regulation and competition. Flavio Menezes is a Professor of Economics at the University of Queensland. He joined the University of Queensland in June 2006 after more than a decade at the Australian National University, where amongst other responsibilities he was the Foundation Director of the Australian Centre of Regulatory Economics.

Dr Rigissa Megalokonomou – Applied Economics

Dr Rigissa Megalokonomou obtained her Ph.D. in Economics in 2016 at the University of Warwick. Her research interests lie in microeconomic theory relating to education, migration, and labour economics. She is the course coordinator for ECON3360 – Econometrics for Microeconomics.

Alongside this impressive list of lecturers, there will also be a small army of economics students who are eager to answer all of your questions on UQ’s economics courses (and don’t forget about the pizza!) You can find the event page here, and we hope to see you there!

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