Economics Graduate Poster Day
Friday, October 28 from noon to 4 pm
The Economics Graduate Poster Day is an annual event in the Department of Economics which provides an opportunity for graduate students to showcase their research. All MA and PhD students in Economics are invited to participate with a poster, presenting any completed or ongoing research project, whether it is the MA research paper or thesis, one or more chapters of the doctoral dissertation, or any other research project pertaining to Economics.
The posters will be presented this fall, on Friday, October 28 in the afternoon. Poster presenters are expected to be in person to answer questions and interact with other participants. An awards ceremony will follow.
- MA best poster: $250
- PhD best poster: $350
- Each entrant must register for the competition and submit the title of their poster by Monday, October 17 to Émilie Martel at email@example.com.
- Final posters must be submitted to Émilie Martel two days before the event (Wednesday, October 26 end of day). Posters submitted after than date will not be presented during the competition and are not eligible for prizes.
- Only one poster allowed per entrant.
- Posters must fit on a single slide: participants are encouraged to use the templates provided on this page.
- Posters can be landscape or portrait orientation.
- Posters should clearly indicate: the name of the entrant; the title of the poster/project; whether the entrant is an MA or PhD student.
- On Poster Day: Entrants should be in the competition room (H-1145) at 12 p.m. for the welcome speech by the Department Chair and Graduate Program Director and remain until 3 p.m. to be able to discuss their research and answer questions. Entrants who are not available to attend in person will not be considered for an award.
- Each entrant will present their poster to the jury. The entrant will have three (3) minutes for their presentation, after which they will be asked to remain by their poster to answer questions from the audience.
- Posters will be assessed for the two juried prizes according to two criteria:
1. Research content and how accessible this is made to other participants
2. Poster design: presentation and visual communication
Participants, 2017-21 editions of Spring Poster Day
|Best MA poster: Jijia Cao, A Game Theoretic Study of Soccer
|Best PhD poster: Olha Hnatyshyn, Multiple International Environmental Agreements: an alternative approach to tackle climate change|
|Best poster, EGSA vote: Hangyeol Seo (MA student), Comparison of the COVID-19 Impacts on Labour Markets in Canada and South Korea
|Best MA poster: Manuel Michael Lepage Lévesque, Limited-Action Processing (LAP) games
|Best PhD poster: Karla Iskandar, Employment Insurance across Canadian Regions and Labor Mobility|
|Best poster, EGSA vote: Samuel F. Pichette (PhD student), Let me persuade you
|Best MA poster: Marco Ioffredi, Inequality Profile: Differing Effects on Growth?
|Best PhD poster: Asefeh Salarinezhad, Matching with Consecutive Acceptance Intervals
|Best poster, EGSA vote: Rouzbeh Ghouchani (PhD student), Preference Aggregation for Couples|
|Best MA poster: Yiwen Chen
|Best PhD poster: Farrokh Darvishi|
PhD student posters
1.Golnaz Davalloo: The age of onset marijuana use and young adults' marijuana use habits
2. Samuel F. Pichette: The making of an informed decision
3. Olha Hnatyshyn: Multiple International Environmental Agreements: an alternative approach to tackle climate change
4. Sinda Kassab: R&D behavior in dynamic patent races: theory and experiment
5. Manuel Lepage Lévesque: How can we fix Dating Apps?
6. Saba Ranjbar: Why Students Drop Out of High School
7. Rameh Rezazadeh Mehrjou: Effects of Health Status on Wage by Race and Gender: Evidence of NLSY79
MA student posters
1. Jijia Cao: A Game Theoretic Study of Soccer
2. Pranvera Elezi: Wage inequality in Albania
3. Hangyeol Seo: Comparison of the COVID-19 Impacts on Labour Markets in Canada and South Korea
PhD student posters
1.Asefeh Salarinezad: Matching with Minimum Quotas.
2. Dilek Sayedahmed: Targeted Priority Reserves
3. Ehsan Fazel: Asset Pricing Implications of Grouped Patterns of Heterogeneity and Causality
4. Golnaz Davalloo: Effective Factors on Adolescents Marijuana consumption
5. Karla Iskandar: Employment Insurance across Canadian Regions and Labor Mobility
6. Liang Wang: An online economics experiment of the public goods game with polarized preference
7. Nickesha Ayoade: School Choice with Preference Rank Classes
8. Binyan Pu: The Effects of Basel III Liquidity Requirements on the Network of Interbank Loans
9. Rouzbeh Ghouchani: Optimal Seller's Revenue for risk averse and risk neutral bidders
10. Wenting Xu: Analysing Business Risk in Banking Sectors
11. Yushen Li: Favors Exchange: Theory and Evidence
12. Samuel F. Pichette: Let me persuade you
13. Duc Thanh Nguyen: Cognitive Skills, Non-cognitive Skills and Educational Attainment
14. Arezoo Banihashem: Social Support Policy for the Low Skilled Labour in Quebec
15. Puya Ghasvareh: Fairness comparisons of strategy proof and Pareto efficient matching Rules
MA student posters
1. Hoàng Nguyễn: The Impact of Unemployment Benefits on Unemployment Duration in the United State of America from 2016 to 2018
2. Jimmy Kailun Cao: Horse Racing-Derived Gambling in Hong Kong: A Probabilistic Model on The Optimal Betting Strategy
3. Manuel Michael Lepage Levesque: Limited-Action Processing (LAP) games
4. Zikuo (Samuel) Zhao: Income inequality in Canada
PhD student posters
- Michael Nelson Aguessy: Model Selection under Possibly Weak Identification
- Ahmad Alkanatri: Revolutionary Political Transition in Non-Democratic Regimes
- Nickesha Ayoade: Degrees of Stability in Matching
- Shadi El Ramli: Household Debt and the Effect of Monetary Policy Surprises
- Ehsan Fazel: On the Network of Commodity Futures Market
- Jean Hans Garcon: Hiring Through Network Profiling
- Pooya Ghasvareh: Competing School Choice Mechanisms
- Rouzbeh Ghouchani: Preference Aggregation for Couples
- Olha Hnatyshyn: Would You Play This Game?
- Rahid Mahmood Khan: Correlates of Alcohol Consumption Behaviour
- Biva Arani Mallik: Revisiting the the Environmental Kuznets Curve - In Lieu of Trade
- Doris Ngandjou: How the Rise of Tuition Costs Affects Major Decisions
- Duc Thanh Nguyen: The Effects of Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills on Educational Attainment
- Asefeh Salarinezhad: Matching with Consecutive Acceptance Intervals
- Dilek Sayedahmed: Targeted Priority Reserves in Matching
- Fatina Siblini: Labor Cost of Caregiving to an Elderly Parent in Canada
- Stefania Strantza: International Environmental Agreements - The Impact of Heterogeneity Among Countries
- Liang Wang: An Online Economics Experiment of the Public Goods Game with Polarized Preference
- Wenting Xu: A Value-at-Risk Approach to Quantify Business Risks for the US Medium-size Banking Sector and the Canadian Banking Sector
MA student posters
- Fahmida Hassan: Housing Price and Household Debt in Canada: An Empirical Study
- Carlos Jabbour: Applying Machine Learning Techniques to the Optimal Winner Allocation Problem in Combinatorial Auctions
- Marco Ioffredi: Inequality Profile: Differing Effects on Growth?
- Azadeh Ebadi: The Co-op Matching System at Concordia University
- Elham Esmaeilpour Khalili: A Glance at Stability in Matching Markets with Couples
- Tao Liu: A New Algorithm for House Allocation and Exchange with Indifferences
- Chrystelle Saizonou: Market Making in the Canadian Government Bond Markets
- Fahimeh Soleymani: Single and Multiple Tie-Breaking in School Choice Priorities
- Jie Yu: Deception and Loss Aversion
On April 27, 2017 PhD and MA students in Economics showcased their research projects in a stimulating poster session. It was an opportunity to discuss and exchange research ideas, discover new topics, and network with graduate students, faculty, alumni, prospective students, and others from the broader Concordia community.