We are delighted to announce the launch of ESA's Twitter account. Keep up to date with economics-related topics and be part of the conversation.Read more...
Dr. Matthew Butlin is the Chair and Chief Executive of the South Australian Productivity Commission will be giving talk on "Productivity, Growth and Reform" in Tuesday 28 May 2019.
Date From : Tue May 28, 2019 : 17:30
Date To : Tue May 28, 2019 : 19:30
The Women in Economics Network (WEN) invite you to a lunchtime event with special guest speaker, Cherelle Murphy, Senior Economist at ANZ. Cherelle will discuss the following topic: What’s in store for the South Australian economy?
Date From : Wed Jun 12, 2019 : 12:15
Date To : Wed Jun 12, 2019 : 13:30
Proposition 1: "Without changes to existing public policy or private sector practice in Australia, motherhood will always negatively affect a woman's career."
Proposition 2: "In Australia, fathers are more restricted than mothers in fulfilling a caring role while in employment."Responses (34) Read more...
ACE2019, hosted by the Victoria branch of ESA, will be held from 14-16 July at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park. The call for Submissions is now open and you are invited to submit a paper or extended abstract for presentation at ACE2019. Guidelines and all information is on the Conference Website. Early Bird Registration is also now open - click here to register.Read more...
The Society's Central Council has initiated a number of improvements and enhancements to the website.Read more...
NEP poll 36 - March 2019 - For our second Poll this year, our panellists were asked to comment on the following two propositions:
Proposition 1: "Professional accreditation for the economics profession would attract more people to economics as a career."
Proposition 2: "The benefits of professional accreditation for current and prospective economists would exceed any possible costs"
NEP poll 35 - February 2019
In the first poll of 2019 – following on from our Banking Royal Commission poll last year about the risk of a credit squeeze, and before the Commission’s Final Report was released – our panellists were asked for their opinions on the following proposition:
"There is no way to significantly increase the degree to which Australian retail banks act in the interests of consumers."Read more...
There were a number of prestigious awards bestowed upon worthy economists at the recently held ACE2018 in Canberra, including the inaugral Trevor Swan Memorial Prize.Read more...
ACE2018 was held in Canberra from 10-13 July 2018 with key note speakers confirmed as Anne Krueger, Professor of International Economics, John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC; John Asker, Professor of Economics, UCLA; Marilyn Waring, Professor of Public Policy, AUT and Kathryn Graddy, Senior Associate Dean, Brandeis University, Massachusettes. Read on to view presentations.Read more...
Event Type: ESA Event
Date: Sunday Jul 14, 2019, 12:00 am
ACE2019, hosted by the Victoria branch of ESA, will be held from 14-16 July at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park.View ...
Event Type: ESA Event
Date: Thursday Oct 17, 2019, 9:00 am
The Retreat provides an opportunity for around 20 junior and mid career women economists to develop their networks, receive mentoring and strengthen their leadership skills.View ...
Event Type: Workshops/Conferences
Date: Monday Jul 6, 2020, 12:00 am
This conference brings together four leading statistical communities in the region – the Statistical Society of Australia, the New Zealand Statistical Association, the International Institute of Business Analysis (Special Interest Group for Business Analytics), and the Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics.View ...
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.