EES Lunch with Lucy Turnbull AO
From: Monday March 18, 2019, 12:00 pm
To: Monday March 18, 2019, 1:45 pm
The Economic Society of Australia (NSW Branch) proudly sponsors the Emerging Economist Series. The series of six luncheons, held at the Reserve Bank of Australia in Sydney, gives young economists 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 the key-note speaker, exploring the issues they have faced during their careers and highlighting Australia’s key economic challenges going forward.
The Series has been inspiring, educating and entertaining emerging economists for ten years.
We have a terrific line up of special guests:
Lucy Turnbull Chief Commissioner, Greater Sydney Council; Prof. Emeritus Geoff Harcourt, UNSW; Nicholas Gruen, CEO, Lateral Economics; Wayne Byres, Chairman, APRA; Stephen Koukoulas, MD, Market Economics and Maxine McKew, Journalist and Politician.
If you are unable to attend all six lunches you may register for each lunch individually for a cost of $95. The first lunch in this Series takes place on 18 March with special guest, Lucy Turnbull AO.
Lucy Hughes Turnbull AO is an urbanist, businesswoman and philanthropist with a longstanding interest in cities, and technological and social innovation. She chaired the Committee for Sydney from 2012 to 2015.
In 2015 she was appointed Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission, tasked by the NSW state government to assist in delivering strong and effective strategic planning for the whole of metropolitan Sydney.
Mrs Turnbull was the first female Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney from 2003-4 and in 2011 she became an Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to the community, local government and business.
In 2012 Mrs Turnbull was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Business by the University of NSW, and in 2016 was appointed Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Built Environment, University of NSW. In 2017 Mrs Turnbull was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters from Western Sydney University which she received for her substantial and sustained service and contribution to the University and the Greater Western Sydney region.
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