Emerging Economists

Emerging Economist Series 2024, Subscription (all three dinners)


From: Tuesday July 23, 2024, 6:00 pm

To: Tuesday July 23, 2024, 7:30 pm

The Economic Society of Australia (NSW Branch) proudly sponsors the Emerging Economist Series. This year's series of three dinners, held at the H.C. Coombs Centre in Kirribilli, 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 events include an interview-style discussion with the keynote 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 since 2007. 

The 2024 Series

We have an outstanding line up of special guests that will join us between July and November: 

Date Speaker  
23 July 2024 Danielle Wood Chair of the Productivity Commission
24 Sep 2024 Michael Coutts-Trotter Secretary of the NSW Treasury
5 Nov 2024 Professor Sean Turnell Australian economist and former economic policy advisor to State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar, along with his wife Dr Ha Vu, an economist and lecturer at Macquarie University


This year's Emerging Economist Series will be a fireside chat, held over dinner at the H.C. Coombs Centre for Financial Studies is situated in Kirribilli, North Sydney. 

You can read more about our speakers and dates here.


Attendance for all three dinners is $240.00 and can be shared amongst different individuals. We will reach out closer to each event to confirm the name and dietary requirements of each attendee. 

All costs are inclusive of GST.



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H.C. Coombs Centre for Financial Studies

122A Kirribilli Avenue, Sydney NSW 2061

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