The project aims to introduce innovative numerical methods to economic modelling to overcome computational barriers associated with the formation of expectations by households and investors.
The outcome will be economic models that include sophisticated rational expectations specifications while retaining considerable industry, regional and occupational disaggregation.
The ARC funding includes a stipend for a PhD student of $36,000 per year.
If you would like to earn a PhD by contributing to this project under the supervision of Professors Dixon and Harding, and meet the following criteria, you are invited to apply for this scholarship.
Applications are open to:
- students with a strong mathematical or computing background
- domestic and international students
- first-class honours (or equivalent) holders.
How to apply
Applications close at 5pm on 1 March 2018.
Complete the online application form.
Contact Professor Peter Dixon to discuss any questions you may have.