Applied MicroEconometrics cluster (AME)

The Applied MicroEconometric Cluster (AME) provides an interactive research environment for faculty members and graduate students working in the field of applied micro-econometrics at the University of York. Amongst its many activities are student workshops, research seminars, public lectures and a distinguished visiting fellows program.

Find out more about our research cluster.

Our members

Our cluster is comprised of academic group members and research students. See our cluster members.

Events

Wed
1
May

Occupational Segregation of Recent College Graduates (AME)

11.00AM, ERC Seminar Room, A/D/271

Madison Kerr

Wed
8
May

The Intergenerational Transmission of Welfare Dependency (with Ragnhild C Schreiner) (AME)

1.00PM, A/EW104 Alcuin East Wing

Monique de Haan (Oslo University)

Wed
15
May

tbc (AME)

11.00AM, ERC Seminar Room, A/D/271

Marco Francesconi, University of Essex

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Contact us

For further information or queries please contact:

Dr Emma Tominey
emma.tominey@york.ac.uk