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The Stata workshop on Data Visualisation and Programming has been completed with great success.

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Fans of Stata, it is with great pleasure to announce the MEAFA research training workshop on Stata, 15-18 February 2011.

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It is with great pleasure to announce the Fourth Meeting on MEAFA, 27-28 Jan 2011.

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The bi-annual Professional Development Workshop in Quantitative Analysis Using Stata is a great success story.

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MEAFA is excited to announce the upcoming Professional Development Workshop in Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, specially because this year we have the Multiple Imputation (MI) module given by Yulia Marchenko (the developer of the -mi- suite in Stata).

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The 3-day MEAFA research training workshop on Neural Networks in Econometric System Identification, Forecasting and Control, 15-17 Feb 2010, confirmed all the expectations and counted with the presence of 22 people from the academia (PhD students and academics from a wide range of disciplines) and private sector.

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MEAFA was so overwhelmed with the interest for the workshop on Multilevel/mixed Models Using Stata, 10-12 Feb 2010, that a second identical workshop was run back-to-back during 8-10 Feb 2010. In the end, all places were booked out within three days of the initial announcement (max 34 per day).

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We are delighted to proclaim the conclusion of another very successful event at the Faculty of Economics and Business. Each year the workshop is growing and attracting more national and overseas contributions.

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It is with great pleasure to announce the MEAFA research training workshop on Neural Networks in Econometric System Identification, Forecasting and Control, 15-17 Feb 2010.

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In order to satisfy the high demand for the workshop on Multilevel/mixed Models Using Stata, 10-12 Feb 2010, an identical workshop will run back-to-back during 8-10 Feb 2010.

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The demand for the workshop on Multilevel/mixed Models Using Stata, 10-12 Febr 2010 has been overwhelming and all places have been reserved within 3 days of the initial announcement !

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It is with great pleasure to announce a MEAFA research training workshop on Multilevel/mixed Models Using Stata, 10-12 February 2010.

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It is with great pleasure that we announce the Third Meeting on MEAFA, 21-22 Jan 2010.

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The 2009 Australian and New Zealand Stata Users Group meeting has proven to be a great achievement, gathering people from different disciplines and across Australia and New Zealand.

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Dear fans of Stata, it is with great pleasure to announce the 2009 Australian and New Zealand Stata Users Meeting (ANZSUM), hosted by MEAFA.

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The 5-day MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, 23-25 July 2008 has proven to be a great success!

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There is overwhelming demand for attending the 5-day MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, 13 - 17 July 2009 .

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I am pleased to announce the 5-day MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, 13 - 17 July 2009.

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The attendance at the MEAFA Forum on the Crisis in Financial Markets has exceeded our expectations with more than 60 participants from 10 disciplines across the Faculty of Economics and Business plus externals from the private sector and regulatory bodies. The forum comprised of a number of short talks from distinguished scholars from the University of Sydney (from the FEB and the US Studies Centre), covering an eclectic range of topics related to the global financial crisis.

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Due to overwhelming demand, we had to transfer the forum to a venue with greater capacity.

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Academics need to take a more active role in the debate for identifying the causes, understanding the consequences and suggesting remedies for the current global financial crisis.

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We are very happy to announce the completion of a very successful research meeting, the Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009.

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You can now download a copy of the papers that will be presented at the Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009.


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There has been a change in the program of the Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009.

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This is to announce a change in the program of the Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009.

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MEAFA is pleased to announce the Second Meeting on MEAFA, 29-30 Jan 2009.

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MEAFA is delighted to have received congratulating feedback for delivering a high-quality research training workshop.

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MEAFA is delighted to announce a strategic link with the University of Mannheim and specifically with Prof Holger Daske from the world-class Center for Doctoral Studies in Business.

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I am very happy to announce the updated release of the Introduction to Stata 10 and the Management of Financial Data.

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MEAFA is pleased to announce the 3-day MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, 23-25 July 2008.

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MEAFA announces the 3-day MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata, 23-25 July 2008.

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MEAFA has just been been nominated to deliver a PhD course for CEMS and local PhD students on Advanced Quantitative Analysis.

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The First Meeting on Methodological and Empirical Advances in Financial Analysis, 14-15 Feb 2008, was a great success !

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MEAFA is delighted to announce its link with the Financial Integrity Research Network (FIRN) in Australia.
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The first cross-disciplinary seminar of MEAFA took place today on "The Contemporaneously Endogenous Character of Accounting Variables".

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MEAFA's inaugural meeting took place on April 4, 2007 for determining the structure, orientation and scope of this research cluster. The significance of MEAFA was further discussed in terms of originality, contribution and impact in academia and professional life, in Sydney, Australia and beyond.

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