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Young Economists QLD Annual General Meeting, Thursday 11th April, 5:30pm

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Thursday Apr 11, 2019, 5:00 pm

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INCREASING PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN ECONOMICS

Event Type: WEN Event

Date: Monday Apr 1, 2019, 7:00 am

Griffith University Business School and WEN Qld would like to invite you to join them for breakfast as Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ Banking Group, Richard Yetsenga, addresses the theme of increasing the participation of women in economics.

Following guest speaker Richard Yetsenga's address, there will be an opportunity for a Q&A.

Event and registration details and are available at this link.

Registrations will close on 25th March 2019.

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Future of Transport and Young Economists Networking Event

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Wednesday Mar 27, 2019, 5:30 pm

Future of Transport and Young Economists Networking Event

Join the Young Economists for a presentation on the Future of Transport and meet other Young Economists over drinks and savouries.  Economists in the 2017 and 2018 "grad intakes" in the private and public sectors are especially encouraged to attend to meet peers in other organisations. Other early career economists are also very welcome. 

The event is free thanks to generous support of our sponsors and the Economic Society Qld.  Prior registration is essential - please register below by cob 21 March. If the event shows as fully booked please email admin@esaqld.org.au to register on a wait list. 

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THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Event Type: WEN Event

Date: Thursday Mar 21, 2019, 7:15 am

The WEN Queensland and Deloitte would like to invite you to a breakfast event on the economic value of the Great Barrier Reef.

The event will include a presentation from the Authors of the Deloitte report “At what price? The economic, social and icon value of the Great Barrier Reef” followed by a panel discussion with the Authors and QUT Associate Professor Louisa Coglan on the important role of economics in decisions regarding our environment.

Deloitte has kindly offered to sponsor this event and breakfast will be served. There are only limited places available and for this reason registration will be necessary. We are looking forward to welcoming you all at our WEN Qld breakfast event.

Event Details:

Date: 21st March 2019

Time: 7:15am- 9:00am (event will start at 7:30 am)
Location: Deloitte, Level 23 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane 
Cost: FREE 

Registrations close on  14th March, 2019  Please confirm your attendance at this link.

Men and women can join WEN Qld by becoming members of ESA Qld and opting into WEN Qld at the moment of registration. If already an ESA Qld member, you can join WEN Qld changing your membership preferences from your ESA Qld member profile.

Both men and women are welcome to our events. Where specific initiatives and events are exclusive to women this will be clearly specified in the invitation and registration links.

With thanks to our event sponsor:

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WEAI 15th International Conference

Event Type: Workshops/Conferences

Date: Thursday Mar 21, 2019, 12:00 am

From: Central Council

The Western Economic Association International's 15th international Conference will be held in Tokyo in March 2019.

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Symposium on Lessons from the GFC

Event Type: Partner Event

Date: Thursday Mar 7, 2019, 10:45 am

Symposium on Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis

The 2008-09 global financial crisis is seen as the most cataclysmic macroeconomic event since The Great Depression. A decade has passed since central banks and governments began deploying a range of monetary and fiscal measures in response to the crisis. Hence, it is timely to assess the policy lessons to be learned from this episode.

This Symposium, jointly organised by the Economic Society of Australia (Qld) and the Griffith Asia Institute brings together high profile economists to analyse the key issues.

Information on the program is available here -  Symposium Program.pdf .   Registration is essential for this free event and closes Friday 28 February - Registration Link

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ABARES Outlook 2019

Event Type: Partner Event

Date: Tuesday Mar 5, 2019, 12:00 am

From: Central Council

Launched! ABARES Outlook 2019 conference welcomes delegates,  ABARES is please to announce the program launch of the Outlook 2019 conference, with registrations now open for delegates.

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Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW2019)

Event Type: Workshops/Conferences

Date: Thursday Feb 14, 2019, 8:30 am

From: Central Council

The Australian Gender Economics Workshop, co-hosted by RMIT University and the Women in Economics Network (WEN), will bring together a community of economic researchers and policy analysts to collectively contribute to the high quality evidence base needed to guide the pursuit of more gender equitable outcomes in society.

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WEN Gender Lensing Masterclass

Event Type: Workshops/Conferences

Date: Wednesday Feb 13, 2019, 3:00 pm

From: Central Council

As part of the Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW2019) program, a special Masterclass on the topic of Gender Lensing will demonstrate an applied analysis of the gender-patterned effects of economic policy settings, delivered by Dr Janine Dixon (Centre of Policy Studies, Victoria University) and Professor Miranda Stewart (Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Australian National University).

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WEN Academic Career Mentoring Session

Event Type: Workshops/Conferences

Date: Wednesday Feb 13, 2019, 9:30 am

From: Central Council

As part of the Australian Gender Economics Workshop 2019 program, the Women in Economics Network is hosting a Academic Career Development Session. This mentoring session will provide a supportive environment for early- and mid-career female academics to discuss their professional career goals and challenges, and receive career guidance and advice from senior academics in the field of economics. All female economics academics are welcome to participate. 

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Year in review and the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics - Speaker: Jayanta Sarkar

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Thursday Dec 6, 2018, 5:15 pm

Speaker: Jayanta Sarkar

Year in Review and the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics Sciences

Join us for the Economic Society’s final event for the year and some drinks and savories.

Dr Jayanta Sarkar will provide some comments on 2018 Nobel Prize recipients for their contribution to growth models under uncertainty.

President Julian Pearce will provide an update on the activities for the Society of the year and preview the year ahead.

Look forward to seeing you all then!

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How regional economies can adapt and thrive in a digitised, globalised world

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Thursday Nov 22, 2018, 5:30 pm

The Economic Society of Australia (Queensland) presents a free public seminar on:

How regional economies can adapt and thrive in a digitised, globalised world

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Australia Economic Outlook

Event Type: WEN Event

Date: Thursday Nov 22, 2018, 7:15 am

The WEN Queensland and ANZ would like to invite you to their breakfast event where Richard Yetsenga, Chief Economist of ANZ, and Joanne Masters, Senior Economist at ANZ, will discuss the state of the global economy and the challenges faced by Australia.

With thanks to our event sponsor:

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2018 Queensland Summer School in Patents and Innovation - Theory, Data and Policy

Event Type: Workshops/Conferences

Date: Wednesday Nov 7, 2018, 2:00 pm

Queensland Summer School in the Economics of Patents and Innovation - Theory, Data and Policy Applications, O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, 7 -9 November 2018

The Economic Society of Australia (Qld), in association with Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Griffith University, and The University of Queensland invite you to participate in the 2018 Queensland Economics Summer School at O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat in the Gold Coast hinterland from 2.30pm, 7 November to 3pm, 9 November 2018.

Please see "View" button below for information on prices and discount codes for postgraduate students and academics. 

The event is now fully booked. Please email admin@esaqld.org.au to inquire whether a place may be available.

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Vince FitzGerald, AO - Delivering the 2018 Ted Evans Public Policy Lecture

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Thursday Oct 4, 2018, 5:30 pm

2018 Ted Evans Public Policy Lecture, Thursday 4 October, 5.30 for 6pm until 7pm followed by refreshments, Room Three Sixty, QUT, Y Block, Gardens Point, Brisbane

Dr Vince FitzGerald, AO:  The rise of economists in public policy … and looming challenges

Drawing on his extensive public policy experience, Vince FitzGerald's address will focus on the increased role of economics and economists in public policy formulation, on how economic reform was successfully achieved in the past and how the prospects for achieving reform can be improved in today’s environment. Finally he will analyse the growing challenges of inequality and fiscal sustainability after the global financial crisis.

The annual Ted Evans Public Policy Lecture is a partnership between ESA Qld, UQ, QUT and Griffith University. 

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A Day in the Life

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Tuesday Sep 18, 2018, 5:30 pm

A Day in the Life’ presents an opportunity to hear from three professionals with an academic background in economics reflecting on their careers and providing valuable insight into a typical day on their jobs. This a free event and light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Come and join us in an evening of networking and knowledge sharing. See you there!

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Economists and the Media

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Thursday Sep 6, 2018, 12:15 pm

A lunchtime seminar on successfully engaging with the media for economists and business/finance professionals. Featuring presentations by former senior ABC and BBC journalist Rebecca Archer of Connect Media Training and economist and frequent media commentator Professor Fabrizio Carmignani of Griffith University. A light lunch will be provided.

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Short- and long-term consequences of teachers' gender biases

Event Type: WEN Event

Date: Friday Aug 31, 2018, 12:00 pm

Presentation by Dr. Rigissa Megalokonomou, University of Queensland

 

Abstract: Recent research focuses on factors determining gender differences in academic achievements and in university field of study. In this study we focus on how teachers’ gender role attitudes and stereotypes influence the gender gap by affecting the environment at school. We explore the extent to which teachers’ gender bias in high school influences students’ academic performance in high-stake exams that determine admission to universities and on students’ choice of university field of study.  We introduce a new way of measuring teacher gender bias and we link teachers over time to get a persistent measure of their bias based on many classes.

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ESA Qld 2018 Business Lunch - Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Wednesday Aug 22, 2018, 12:00 pm

The Economic Society of Australia (Qld) invites you to an important luncheon address featuring  Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia.  

 

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The Gender Gap in Superannuation

Date: Monday Jun 11, 2018, 12:00 pm

Presentation by Professor Christine Smith, Griffith University

There is a large gender gap between retirement savings of Australian men and women.  According to the Australian Human Rights Commission website, for example the average superannuation payout for women is currently one third of the payout for men. This presentation will explore the reasons behind this gender gap and what superannuation funds and the government may need to do in order that another generation of women do not face the prospect of living their final years in poverty.

This presentation will be followed by a panel session comprised of major superannuation fund representatives and academic experts who will answer questions relating to how this gender gap might be addressed by policy makers and funds themselves.

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Women, Men, and the Economics of Online Dating

Date: Wednesday May 16, 2018, 6:00 pm

Women, Men, and the Economics of Online Dating

Presentation by Behavioural Economist Stephen Whyte, QUT

Choosing a mate is arguably the largest decision a human can make. This presentation will be about mating and what can be learned from new data sources such as online dating platforms.

 About the presenter

Stephen Whyte is a Behavioural Economist at Queensland University of Technology. His research investigates large-scale decision making in human mate choice markets. 

Finger food and first drink will be provided.

Cost:

YE/WEN/ESA Members: $20

Non-Members: $30 

Event date: Wednesday 16th May, 6pm - 8pm

Registrations close: Wednesday 9th May 

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2018 AGM

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Wednesday Apr 11, 2018, 5:30 pm

2018 Annual General Meeting

The AGM of the Economic Society of Australia (Qld) will be held at HopgoodGanim Lawyers, Brisbane on Wednesday 11 April 2018 commencing at 5.30 pm.

The agenda papers for the meeting, including a proxy form if you are unable to attend, are shown at the link here.

Drinks and savouries will be provided.  Please register by Friday 6 April. Members may invite a guest with an interest in the Society.

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Introduction to Blockchain - Money, Ownership and Trust in a Decentralised System

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Tuesday Mar 27, 2018, 12:15 pm

An Introduction to Blockchain -  Money, Ownership and Trust in a Decentralised System

Presentation by Professor Uwe Dulleck, QUT

Join us for a presentation on this important new technology that has important implications for business, regulators and the economy. This presentation will introduce the technology, relying on the Bitcoin example to illustrate the challenges and the solutions Distributed Ledger Technology presents to allow people to exchange value in a decentralised system.

A light lunch will be served from 12.15pm.

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Economic Fast Track Briefing - Population Ageing and Health Care Needs

Event Type: ESA Event

Date: Wednesday Feb 28, 2018, 12:15 pm

Population Ageing and Health Care Needs – policy responses to demographic changes

Join us for the first Fast Track Briefing for the year in which an early career professional presents on one of their topics of expertise.

The presenter is Dr Suzanne Bonner, Griffith University, who will discuss policy responses to the changing health care needs of an ageing population.

A light lunch will be served from 12.15pm.  There is no charge for this event which is supported by Griffith University.  However, prior booking is essential.

 

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Social Security Reform: Revisiting Henderson, Poverty and Basic Income

Event Type: Partner Event

Date: Thursday Feb 15, 2018, 12:00 am

From: Central Council

Conference focusing on how the social security system can more effectively respond to issues of poverty and inequality. Over the course of two days, a variety of speakers will cover what key changes have taken place since the 1970s and the Henderson Poverty Inquiry - to the labour market, families and to the position of vulnerable groups - and will assess the effectiveness of how social security has responded. It will also canvas different options for reform, including proposals for some kind of a basic income in Australia. Register Now

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