New South Wales Branch

ABE Forecasting Conference: Growth, policy, politics

Details

Featuring
:

  • Alex Heath, Reserve Bank of Australia;
  • Justin Wolfers, University of Michigan;
  • Ross Gittins, Fairfax Media;
  • Josh Williamson, Citi;
  • Besa Deda, St George Bank;
  • Scott Haslem, UBS.
 


The conference is presented at no charge.

The number of seats is limited.


Registration is essential. To book on-line, please click here
 


 Please note: AFMA accredited individuals can claim up to a maximum of three hours of continuing education based on their attendance at the conference. Exact hours depend upon relevance to each individual’s job role and can be determined by checking with your AFMA accreditation representative.
 


Program 

07:15    Registration opens – light breakfast served
 


07:45    Welcome and introduction
Mr Stephen Halmarick, Chairman, Australian Business Economists
 & Chief Economist, Colonial First State Global Asset Management
 


07:50    Forecasting and uncertainty - Statement on Monetary Policy
Dr Alexandra Heath, Head of Economic Analysis, Reserve Bank of Australia
 

08:10    The outlook for the economy and financial markets - Panel discussion
Ms Besa Deda, Chief Economist, St George Bank

Mr Scott Haslem, Chief Economist, Head of Macro Research, UBS

Dr Alexandra Heath, Head of Economic Analysis, Reserve Bank of Australia

Mr Josh Williamson, Director - Economic Analysis, Citi
 


08:35    Politics and policy - The United States of America
Dr Justin Wolfers, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, University of Michigan
 


09:10    The outlook for politics and government in Australia
Mr Ross Gittins, Economics Editor, Fairfax Media
 


09:45    Summary

Mr Stephen Halmarick, Chairman, Australian Business Economists
 


10:00    Close



We will confirm your registration by email.
  Please direct inquiries to info@abe.org.au

Date

From: Wednesday February 15, 2017, 7:30 am

To: Wednesday February 15, 2017, 10:00 am

Venue

Reserve Bank of Australia

65 Martin Place, SYDNEY NSW 2000


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