I haven’t read the report in detail – it isn’t that long but I’ve been caught up in other things – but Allen Consulting (acting for the Federal Chamber of Automobile Industries, FCAI) claim that, for $500m in government assistance, the automotive assembly industry “makes” the Australian economy $21.5b “larger”. Indeed not just “larger” but […]
I am attending the PhD Conference in Business and Economics at the University of Western Australia in Perth. This runs over 3 days and gives those about to finish their doctoral presentations the chance to present their work in a formal conference setting and to see the work of others. There are 35 presentations in […]
I gave a presentation on this topic to the Economic Society of Australia, Victorian Branch last year. Here are the Powerpoints.
If you are going to major in economics you might want to think about joining the Economic Society of Australia. Each Australian state has a branch of the ESA and you would therefore join the Victorian Branch.
Student membership is $37 (compared to $87 for non-students) and, for that you get the main Australian economics […]