The School of Economics is proud to present the 2017 Geoff Harcourt Visiting Professorial Lecture given by Professor L Alan Winters, Professor of Economics, University of Sussex. Entitled: How will the world Trade Organisation shape ‘Brexit’? Thursday 16 March, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, The University of Adelaide. For more information and to Register.
Macroeconomic Policymaking since Federation: Its Implications for the Australian Settlement David Vines, University of Oxford – 4 January 2017 This blog develops the ideas in the 2016 Harcourt Lecture, called “Institutions, Individuals, and Ideas: Macroeconomic Policymaking in Australia from Federation to 2020”, which Professor Vines delivered at the University of Adelaide on 29 September, 2016. […]
We had a great turnout for last night’s Harcourt Lecture hosted by the School of Economics, with many braving the weather to hear from Professor David Vines from the University of Oxford. Professor Vines gave a special lecture on ‘Individuals, Institutions and Ideas: Australia’s Macroeconomic Policy-making System from Federation to 2020. Watch the full video […]
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
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 […]
Family and friends of the prize winners recently attended the School of Economics Prize Award Ceremony held to celebrate their achievements. Our special guest for this year’s Prize Award Ceremony was Professor Richard Blandy who spoke at the ceremony. Dick Blandy is a past Honours graduate of the School and spoke very fondly of his […]
The School of Economics was very pleased to welcome Professor John List, Chair of the world-renowned Department of Economics at the University of Chicago to Adelaide on Thursday 17 March to present the 2016 Fisher Lecture. Professor List is an expert on experimental economics. His research has generated valuable insights into a wide range of […]
The School of Economics warmly invites alumni, colleagues and all members of the general public to the 2016 Fisher Lecture presented by Professor John List, Chair of the world-renowned Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. Professor List is an expert on experimental economics. His research has generated valuable insights into a wide range of […]
Could community owned energy be the answer to Australia’s energy woes? Our Head of School, Professor Paul Kerin was interviewed by Bonnie Parker yesterday on ‘The Wire’ for this discussion. Enova Energy is a community owned energy retailer looking to create a more energy conscious community in New South Wales northern rivers. The first of […]
Glenunga International High School students given an insight on international economics and unexpected economics
On Wednesday 26 August Prof Paul Kerin, Dr Stephanie McWhinnie and Dr Virginie Masson from the School of Economics visited Glenunga International High School. They spoke to about 120 students studying Year 11 and 12 economics, providing an overview of the School’s research in the areas that students are currently studying and discussed the breadth […]