Our latest National Economic Panel Poll asked members to comment on the impact Brexit will have on UK Citizens.Read more...
National Innovation and Science Agenda: Engagement and Impact Assessment
Read the Economic Society of Australia's submission that responds to the Engagement and Impact Assessment Consultation Paper of the Australian Research Council’s National Innovation and Science Agenda.Read more...
ACE2017 Economics for Better Lives
The NSW Branch are very excited to be hosting ACE 2017 which will be held at the Sofitel Hotel Sydney from 19-21 July 2017.
Announcement of the 2016 Awards - pictured here is L-R Dr Matthew Butlin presenting Professor Ian Harper with the Distinguished Public Policy Fellow Award, and Paul Oslington, representing NSW the nominating Branch.Read more...
In the lead up to the 2016 Australian federal election we asked the Economic Society of Australia's National Economic Panel (NEP) for their opinion on this proposition:
'Australia will receive a bigger economic growth dividend in the long-run by spending on education than offering an equivalent amount of money on a tax cut to business.'
The Reserve Bank of Australia has launched this year's RBA/ESA Economics Competition, in conjunction with the Economic Society of Australia (ESA) and the UNSW Economics Society. Applications have now closed - prize winners will be notified by end of September 2016.Read more...
La Trobe Uni – You may have read of La Trobe University’s decision to cut its Economics Department by two thirds (see ‘La Trobe to rationalise economics’ ). In response the society has made a number of direct appeals to La Trobe university.Read more...
Event Type: Partner Event
Date: Monday Dec 5, 2016, 12:00 am
From: Central Council
The Australian Statistical Conference 2016 (ASC 2016) will take place from 5 December – 9 December 2016 in Canberra, Australia. The theme of the Conference is Big Data: Mining, Analysing and Teaching. CALL FOR PAPERS EXTENDED TO 14 AUGUST
The aims of the South Australia Branch of the society are:
- To encourage the teaching and study of economics and its application in Australia
- To encourage research and public debate of economic questions
- To publish and distribute journals and other matters of interest which advance the objectives of the Society
- To encourage the employment of economists and promote the standing of the profession in the community.