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‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

The Economic Society of Australia is primarily concerned with promoting discussion and debate of economic issues within Australia. It does this by publishing journals (like the Economic Record and Economic Papers), promoting economic debate in a variety of forums and holding conferences and seminars to encourage economic thought.

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‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

The Economic Society of Australia is primarily concerned with promoting discussion and debate of economic issues within Australia. It does this by publishing journals (like the Economic Record and Economic Papers), promoting economic debate in a variety of forums and holding conferences and seminars to encourage economic thought.

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    Episode 4: Impacts of the pandemic on women

    Episode 4: Impacts of the pandemic on women

    ‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

    In this episode we bring you a recording of our recent ‘WEN with wine’ webinar event, where we heard from the Honourable Simone McGurk MLA about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women, including employment and the production of goods.

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    • 35 min
    Episode 3: The importance of studying economics

    Episode 3: The importance of studying economics

    ‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

    In this episode, we have Chris Stone from the Economics Teachers' Association of WA talking to Diane Calligaro, practising economist turned high school teacher on her experience and the importance of studying economics.

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    • 23 min
    Episode 2: The fiscal response to COVID-19

    Episode 2: The fiscal response to COVID-19

    ‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

    In this episode, we bring you a recording of a national webinar event we held in April, analysing the Australian Government’s fiscal response to the COVID crisis. As part of this event we had a panel discussion facilitated by Shane Wright the Senior Economics Correspondent for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. Shane was joined by
    - Steven Hamilton, an Assistant Professor of Economics at The George Washington University, and Visiting Fellow at the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at ANU
    - Richard Holden professor of economics at the University of NSW Business School
    - Nicki Hutley, Senior Partner at Deloitte Access Economics
    and
    - Danielle Wood, the Budget Policy and Institutional Reform Program Director at the Grattan Institute and the Economic Society of Australia’s national President.

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    • 40 min
    Episode 1: A look back on 2019 and economic outlook for Western Australia and Australia

    Episode 1: A look back on 2019 and economic outlook for Western Australia and Australia

    ‘Economics Supplied on Demand’ is brought to you by the Economic Society of Australia, and aims to encourage an open discussion on economic affairs of the time.

    In this episode, we have Sally McMahon, the Chair of the WA Women in Economics Network talking to Cherelle Murphy, Senior Economist at the ANZ. We do a stocktake on 2019, and compare where we thought we would be, to where we are now. We also get Cherelle’s views on what needs to happen from here to accelerate an economic recovery.

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    • 32 min

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