Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Economics and Public Policy
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
My current research is in the areas of experimental and behavioural economics, and industrial organisation. Current research projects (with Ralph-C Bayer):
- “Pricing frequency and collusion dynamics in continuous oligopoly experiments”
- “Pricing frequency and collusion in infinitely repeated games”
- “How does behaviour differ when decisions can be made in continuous time? Evidence from experimental markets”
Learn more about the Adelaide Laboratory for Experimental Economics and the work currently being done here.
A short version of my CV can be found here.
Year Citation 2020 Tam, M., Capon, T., Whitten, S., Tapsuwan, S., Kandulu, J., & Measham, P. (2020). Assessing the economic benefit of area wide management and the sterile insect technique for the Queensland fruit fly in pest-free vs. endemic regions of South-east Australia. International Journal of Pest Management, 1-17.
2020 Tapsuwan, S., Capon, T., Tam, M., Kandulu, J., Measham, P., & Whitten, S. (2020). Willingness to pay for area-wide management and sterile insect technique to control fruit flies in Australia. International Journal of Pest Management, 66(4), 351-367.
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Year Citation 2019 Parry, H., Capon, T., Clarke, A., Crisp, P., Hulthen, A., Kandulu, J., . . . Williams, D. (2019). Area-wide management guidelines for Sterile Insect Technique developed through interdisciplinary modelling research. In 23rd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation - Supporting Evidence-Based Decision Making: The Role of Modelling and Simulation, MODSIM 2019 (pp. 652-657). online: QUT.
Behavioural Economics II, Resource and Environmental Economics III, The Economics of European Integration III, Principles of Economics I, Managerial Economics II, Public Economics III, Economic Policy Analysis III
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