New South Wales

Emerging Economist Series 2016/17


From: Friday March 10, 2017, 12:15 pm

To: Friday March 10, 2017, 2:00 pm

Professor Fred Hilmer AO has held numerous leadership roles in industry and academia, including heading McKinsey’s Australian practice, Chief Executive of Fairfax, Dean of the AGSM and most recently President and Vice Chancellor of UNSW. He has also served as a Chair, Deputy Chair and Director of major public companies. He has written a number of books and articles on strategy, management and economic policy. Professor Hilmer chaired the National Competition Policy Inquiry, which reported in 1993, and provided the framework and approach to competition policy in Australia, as well as other jurisdictions. Since that time he has been an active writer and commentator on competition policy. His contributions in these fields were recognized by the award of Officer of the Order of Australia in 1998.  

Registration to the 2016/17 Series has now closed - please Contact Us for further information.


Six luncheons with prominent Australian policymakers

The Emerging Economist Series is a unique professional development opportunity now in its seventh year. It involves six luncheons, held at the Reserve Bank of Australia in Sydney, where young economists have the opportunity to discuss critical issues with prominent Australian policymakers, as well as network with colleagues in business, academia and the public service.  The luncheons include an interview-style discussion with Australia’s foremost policymakers and economists, exploring the issues they have faced during their careers and highlighting Australia’s key economic challenges going forward. 

Subscription is for one person to attend all six lunches in the Series – this can be shared with your colleagues.  Lunch dates to be confirmed.

Two or more registrations - $660 per person | Individual registration - $880

The Series kicks on on Thursday 1 September with Liza Carver as our guest speaker.

View the 2016/17 Program




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