Modelling Economic Sanctions

A hybrid workshop at the Australian National University (Canberra, Australia) and online via Zoom

5 December 2022

The goal of this one-day workshop is to bring together cutting-edge scholarship and developments on the topic of economic sanctions and/or related modelling techniques from across different disciplines from both academia and industry. Our invited speakers include local and international experts on economic sanctions from various disciplines such as economics, finance and law.

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon are provided at the venue for registered participants.

Call for Papers

Submissions closed on Sunday 30 October 2022


Please register for this workshop here.

There are separate options for an 'in person ticket' and an 'online ticket'. If you plan to attend at least one of the sessions in person then please book the 'in person ticket' (you will still receive the Zoom details).

The registration fee is waived for students. During the registration process students can use the promo code: 'Workshop2022'.

If you are planning to attend in person and you have special dietary requirements you can let us know via email (

Keynote Speakers

University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Economics

University of Naples Federico II, Department of Economics and Statistics

Invited Speakers

University of Hong Kong, Business School

University of New South Wales (UNSW), School of Global & Public Law

Trier University, Department of Economics

Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Economics

Alex Rouse

Economic Adviser at the Australian Trade and Investment Commission

Drexel University, School of Economics of the LeBow College of Business

The Venue

Campus at the Australian National University (Centre for Social Research and Methods, Research School of Social Sciences)

This will be a hybrid event taking place in person at the Australian National University in Canberra (Australia) and an option to participate online via Zoom.

Zoom links have been emailed to registered participants.

Room 4.69 in the RSSS Building (146 Ellery Crescent, Acton) has been booked from 9 am to 4 pm. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided.

Getting Here


ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods


For enquiries, please contact Dr Maria Jahromi at