Monthly Archives: June 2016
Knocking back Chinese Kidman bid a lost opportunity to build on key relationships. Editorial by Professors Findlay and Kerin.
Professors Findlay and Kerin have authored an editorial in the Weekend Australian expressing their views on the recent rejection of the Kidman farm sale. They argue that the Australian Government should be doing more, not less, to strengthen relationships with key foreign players. Full editorial here Editorial in PDF
Comments Off on Knocking back Chinese Kidman bid a lost opportunity to build on key relationships. Editorial by Professors Findlay and Kerin.
Trade Agreements in a second-best world
The Institute for International Trade, together with the School of Economics at the University of Adelaide warmly invite alumni, colleagues and friends to a public lecture presented by Professor Iwan Azis. Iwan is Professor (adjunct) at Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, and Professor of Economics at the University of […]
Comments Off on Trade Agreements in a second-best world
A Day in the Life of an Economics Student
On Friday 17 June over 100 year 11 and 12 students came on campus to experience first-hand studying economics at Adelaide. The students were given a taste of what first year economics at Adelaide is like by attending a Principles of Economics lecture with Dr Raul Barreto, followed with a tutorial where they could explore […]
Comments Off on A Day in the Life of an Economics Student