Young Economists Victoria


Partner Event: History of Economic Thought Society 2017 Conference

Date: Tuesday Sep 26, 2017, 9:00 am

From: Victoria Branch

The 2017 conference of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia will be held in Canberra, at University House of the Australian National University, over the 26th and 27th of September.

The Keynote Speaker is Professor John Creedy (Victoria University of Wellington). A Special Speaker is Jeremey Sheamur (Emeritus ANU).

The Conference dinner will be held at the historic Old Parliament House on the evening of Tuesday the 26th of September.

Registration is through Eventbrite and may be accessed here

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Women in Economics Network: Politics at the Pub: Chris Bowen and Clare O’Neil

Date: Monday Oct 9, 2017, 5:30 pm

From: Victoria Branch

In a special event for the Women in Economics Network, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen and Shadow Justice Minister Clare O’Neil will discuss female participation in the economy and in the senior ranks of business and government.

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The Economic Society of Australia (Young Professionals) is a branch of the Economic Society of Australia (Victoria) dedicated to providing networking and professional development opportunities to young professional economists in the first ten or so years of their career.

We run a broad range of monthly events - to see our upcoming events schedule visit our events page.

To learn about the benefits of becoming an ESA Young Professionals member, see our membership page.

For more details on events, membership or anything else please cont hesitate to contact us.


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