The Economics Teachers’ Association of Western Australia (ETAWA) is a professional association for teachers of Economics in Years 11 and 12
and Economics and Business in Years 5 to 10. Membership renewals and new memberships now available.
Free Panel Event - ECONOMICS: WHERE CAN IT TAKE YOU?
The Curtin Economics Society, the WA Young Economists Network (WA YEN) and the WA Women in Economics Network (WA WEN) are proud to present
the upcoming free panel event - 'ECONOMICS: WHERE CAN IT TAKE YOU?'
Ever wondered where studying economics could lead you or what opportunities may come from undertaking work or research in the field. If so,
please come along to this free panel event which is open to everyone and will feature a line-up of eminent speakers who will share their
unique experiences, insights, tips and much more on the various and diverse career paths and vocational opportunities that an interest and
pursuit of economics can lead to.
Plus there'll be some free nibbles on offer to all event attendees, an opportunity for audience members to ask the panel questions and a
chance to also informally mingle, network and have further discussions (if you want to) after the formal event proceedings conclude.
The event will be moderated by Cassandra Winzar (Chief Economist, Committee for Economic Development Aust- CEDA) and will include the
following panel of speakers:
Professor Felix Chan (Head of School of Accounting, Economics & Finance, Curtin University)
Sally McMahon (Australian Energy Market Commissioner)
Associate Professor Sherry Bawa (Associate Professor & Discipline Lead- Economics, Curtin University)
Dr Andrew Brennan (Senior Economics Lecturer, Curtin University)
DATE: Tuesday, 8 August 2023
TIME: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
COST: Free for Everyone to attend (with complimentary light refreshments also provided)
VENUE: Hollis Lecture Theatre- Building 401, Curtin University Bentley Campus (Kent Street, Bentley)
ABE SCHOOLS EVENT Would you like the tools to change the world?
Come and learn about a career in economics, from some of the people that do it every day. Learn why economists have the tools to be CEOs,
head up government departments, set interest rates or help us transition to a greener future. Learn why becoming an economist means every
day of your career will be different, how you can influence others or even become a decision-maker yourself. ABE presents an event for
high school students in year 10. Join us from 10:30am to 1pm on Wednesday 02 August, at EY, 11 Mounts Bay Road, Perth. We begin with a panel
session featuring four economists discussing economics in the real world and what they do every day. There is no charge for participation
and a light lunch will be provided thanks to our generous event sponsors - EY, Western Australia Treasury Corporation and WA Department of
Treasury. ABE presents an event for high school students in year 10. Join us from 10:30am to 1pm on Wednesday 02 August, at EY, 11 Mounts
Bay Road, Perth. We begin with a panel session featuring four economists discussing economics in the real world and what they do every day.
There is no charge for participation and a light lunch will be provided thanks to our generous event sponsors - EY, Western Australia
Treasury Corporation and WA Department of Treasury. Panel participants include Paula Gadsby (EY, Moderator), Craig McGuinness
(Western Australia Treasury Corporation), Tomas Cokis (Reserve Bank of Australia), Talia Melsom (WA Department of Treasury) and Aaron Walker
(Chamber of Minerals and Energy).
Get ready for the ultimate ATAR economics conference designed to elevate your revision game and prepare you for success! We’re bringing
together industry leaders to share their expert insights and knowledge with you.
With a line-up of inspiring speakers, including renowned economist Paul Bloxham (Chief Economist HSBC and Curtin alumni) and special guest
Steven Kemp (author of your textbook), you’ll be immersed in a world of economic theory and real-world application.
The online teacher webinar will shine a spotlight on Developing, administering and marking the Investigation assessment type
for Year 11 Economics ATAR.
Experienced Economic teachers will lead discussion of shared experiences and different approaches.
Please contact us if you would like to apply to be a presenter or would like to suggest a teacher who would be a good presenter.
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The rise and fall of economies, future employment prospects, incomes and living standards are all at the heart of economics. A major in
Economics prepares you for work in financial institutions, government, international agencies and the private sector as a forecaster,
analyst or consultant.
The University of Western Australia Business School has a number of course offerings in the field of Economics.