Emerging Economists

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The Economic Society of Australia (NSW Branch) proudly sponsors the Emerging Economist Series. The series of six luncheons, held at the Reserve Bank of Australia in Sydney, gives young economists the opportunity to discuss critical issues with prominent Australian policymakers, as well as network with colleagues in business, academia and the public service. The luncheons include an interview-style discussion with the key-note speaker, exploring the issues they have faced during their careers and highlighting Australia’s key economic challenges going forward. 

The Series has been inspiring, educating and entertaining emerging economists for nine years. Join us for this, our special Ten Year Anniversary Series.

We have a terrific line up of special guests which includes The Hon. Paul Keating; Prof. Deborah Cobb-Clark; Ross Gittins AM; Helen Silver AO; Tom Parry AM and Dr Matthew Butlin.  You can read more about our speakers and lunch dates here.

 

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Current Series

 Emerging Economist Series 2017/18

Registration is now open.

Event

Date From : Wed Aug 2, 2017 : 12:15
Date To : Mon Oct 2, 2017 : 14:00

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Dr Matthew Butlin

Victorian Red Tape Commissioner and National President ESA

Lunch date Friday 13 April 2018

 

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The Hon. Paul Keating

Prime Minister of Australia 1991- 1996

Note, this lunch date will not be set until early 2018 - likely date will be May 2018.

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Professor Deborah Cobb-Clark

Professor of Economics, University of Sydney

Lunch date Thursday 15 March 2018

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Ross Gittins AM

Economics Editor, The Sydney Morning Herald

Lunch date Thursday 2 November 2017

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Helen Silver AO

Chief General Manager, Allianz Australia

Lunch date Wednesday 14 February 2018

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Tom Parry AM

Chairman & Adjunct Professor, John Grill Centre for Project Leadership,  University of Sydney

Lunch date Tuesday 10 October 2017

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Emerging Economists

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