New South Wales

Riding the Resources and Energy Cycle


From: Tuesday April 28, 2015, 12:30 pm

To: Tuesday April 28, 2015, 2:00 pm

Australian Business Economists (ABE) are pleased to present a lunchtime briefing and discussion with Dr Mark Cully, Chief Economist, Department of Industry and Science. Mark will discuss the outlook for the Australian resources and energy sectors, the major uncertainties surrounding that outlook, and what the outlook implies for the Australian economy more broadly. Dr Mark Cully Dr Cully commenced as Chief Economist for the Department in September 2012. Mark has a first-class Honours degree in Economics from the University of Adelaide. From 1992-95 he was a British Council Commonwealth Scholar at the University of Warwick obtaining a Master of Arts in Industrial Relations, while working at the Warwick Business School. He has had a varied career in applied economic research at the intersection of government and academia. In 1995 he was appointed head of research on employment relations for the UK Government, where he ran what was the world's largest survey of working life. He returned to Australia in 1999 to join the National Institute of Labour Studies as Deputy Director, and was then General Manager at the National Centre for Vocational Education Research for six years, running its statistical then research operations. In 2009 he was appointed Chief Economist at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and in that role chaired the OECD’s Working Party on Migration. He is a member of the CEDA Council on Economic Policy. Details
  • Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Venue: Conference Room, Currency Museum, Reserve Bank of Australia, 65 Martin Place Sydney
  • Cost: $75 members, $95 non-members
  • A working lunch will be served.
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Reserve Bank of Australia

65 Martin Place , Sydney NSW 2000

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