Professor Robert Breunig
Areas of expertise
- Labour Economics 140211
- Applied Statistics 010401
- Welfare Economics 140219
- Public Economics Publically Provided Goods 140214
- Industry Economics And Industrial Organisation 140209
- Econometric And Statistical Methods 140302
- Panel Data Analysis 140304
- Agricultural Economics 140201
- Transport Economics 140217
- Applied Economics 1402
- Econometrics 1403
- Statistics 0104
- Law 1801
Current research interests include: child-care and labour supply; regulatory consistency and merger decision consistency; bank location and bank strategy; (petrol) demand; structural labour supply modeling; relative importance measures; young adults and their transition to independence; team performance and wage inequality in baseball.
They call me Dr. Bob. I'm not a real doctor, but I am a real Bob. I'm interested in things.
I like to do econometrics. I think I'm getting better, but I can handle criticism.
Professor Breunig is the current and founding director of the Centre for Complexity and Incoherence (CCI). The CCI is housed within the Thermosphere of the planet we call earth and currently boasts 7.3 billion members. Thank you for your participation!
Don't worry too much.
Does everything seems excessively complicated and difficult to understand?—don't worry. You feel that way because you are in the CCI.
Nothing makes any sense and people talk gibberish to you? Relax—you're in the CCI.
Paranoid; people are out to get you. That's not good. You should seek help.
Visiting scholars are encouraged and welcome at the CCI. Applications should be made in person at the CCI welcome center located in Rachel, NV. If you can find Mitch Teplitsky, he'll help you fill in the application form.
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- Taxation, family policy and pension reform in an uncertain economy (Secondary Investigator)
- The Consistency of Price Regulation of Infrastructure Businesses across Australian Jurisdictions (Secondary Investigator)
- Intergenerational Transmission of Dependence on Income Support: Patterns, Causation and Implications for Australian Social Policy (Secondary Investigator)
- Literacy and Numeracy, Schooling, Neighbourhoods and Labour Market Success (Secondary Investigator)
- Taxation and the Welfare State: Implications of Current Policy Directions for Saving, Fertility, Economic Growth and Inequality (Primary Investigator)
- Measurement Error and Panel Data: A Non-Parametric Approach (Primary Investigator)