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Economics workshop in memory of Professor John Hudson

Join this workshop to celebrate the research of Economist Professor John Hudson, who passed away in 2018 after 40 years at the University of Bath.

  • 19 Sep 2019, 8.45am to 19 Sep 2019, 4.45pm BST (GMT +01:00)
  • Room 2.4, 3 East, University of Bath
  • This event is free

This workshop will explore John's academic interests and will focus mostly on his main research topic of Development Macroeconomics, including discussions of his final co-authored works and studies by his PhD students.

Workshop itinerary

Time Activity Speaker
8.45am Coffee and Registration
9.20am Welcome and Introduction Professor John Sessions, Newcastle University
9.30am A Taylor Rule Model for Indonesia Trinil Arimurti, University of Bath
10.00am Terms of Trade and Real Exchange on Economic Performance of African countries under Different Exchange Rate Regimes: Implications for African Economic Integration Dr Ahmad Hassan Ahmad, Loughborough University
10.30am Coffee Break
11.00am Aid, Debt Interest Repayments and Dutch Disease Effects in a Real Exchange Rate Model for a set of African Countries Professor Eric Pentecost, Loughborough University
11.30am The 'Social Efficiency Wage': Poverty Reduction Via Fiscal Signals (John Hudson, Pamela Lenton and Paul Mosley) Professor Paul Mosley, The University of Sheffield
12.00pm Can We Buck the Market? Innovation Challenges for the 21st Century (John Hudson et al.) Address by the Rector Vladimir Hiadlovsky and Professor Marta Orviska, Matej Bel University
12.30PM Review of The Robot Revolution (John Hudson) Dr Bruce Morley, University of Bath
1.00pm Lunch
2.15pm Breass Paradox and the Inefficiency of Compatibility Professor Manfred Holler, University of Hamburg
3.00pm Does Contagious Corruption Affect Home Innovation? Maryam Al Bulushi, University of Bath
3.30pm Coffee break
4.00pm What Determines the Impact of Higher Education Research? (John Hudson and Ian Tonks) Professor Ian Tonks, University of Bristol
4.30pm Final Discussion and Close


The workshop will take place at Claverton Down campus.

Room 2.4 3 East University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom

Workshop enquiries

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