Newsletters and Articles

In this section we will include the WEN newsletter as well as a fortnightly blog series by NSW WEN in partnership with National WEN and the NSW Economics Society of Australia (ESA). The articles will discuss prominent economic issues and be written by our committee and network members.

 

How can business leaders sit at the policy table and ensure their voice is heard?

Article #10 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN. This article was originally published in the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).


By Taleen Shamlian, NSW WEN committee member and Managing Director of Advisory Street.

 

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Will the wedding industry be another casualty of COVID-19?

Article #9 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Evie Fox Koob, NSW WEN committee member and Economist, Deloitte Access Economics.

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Three things I learned from Iola Mathews AO

Article #8 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Rachel Power, NSW WEN member and Economist, Deloitte Access Economics.

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Desert island assurance games and COVID-19

Article #7 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Bronwyn Taylor, NSW WEN committee member and Senior Economist, HoustonKemp.

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The Economics of the Circular Economy

Article #6 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Kar Mei Tang, NSW WEN Secretary and Industry Fellow with University of Technology Sydney.

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Women in economics: Myth busters

Article #5 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Rhiannon Yetsenga, NSW WEN committee member and Analyst, Deloitte Access Economics. Rhiannon is passionate about gender economics and recently released a working paper in the field, available here.

 

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Summary of the ESA-WEN Seminar on COVID, care and wellbeing: What do we really value?

Article #4 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Evie Fox Koob, NSW WEN committee member and Analyst, Deloitte Access Economics.

 

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Uncertainty, risk and trust – early microeconomic impacts of COVID-19

Article #3 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Alexandra Lobb, NSW WEN Chair and Principal, ACIL Allen Consulting.

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Regulatory decisions and incentives in a predicted recession

Article #2 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Chirine Dada, NSW WEN Treasurer and Associate Director, Water Pricing, IPART.

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The infrastructure to “stay local” in post-COVID Sydney

Article #1 of the NSW WEN fortnightly blog series in partnership with the NSW Economics Society of Australia and the National WEN.

By Rebecca Hiscock-Croft, NSW WEN committee member and Senior Manager, Infrastructure Advisory, EY.

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Issue 2, July 2018

The Women in Economics Network (WEN) is very pleased to share our second issue of our Newsletter which profiles the work of our female economists, recaps some of WEN’s latest activities, and offers a selection of articles on economic and professional development topics. We hope that readers will feel enlightened and inspired by the wisdom, perspectives and reflections shared by the authors in these stories.

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Issue 1, December 2017

Welcome to the first issue of the Women in Economics Network (WEN) newsletter.  The WEN newsletter will be a six-monthly publication that profiles the work of Australian female economists, provides updates on WEN’s events and activities, and offers a selection of articles on economic analysis and professional development topics.  We hope that you will enjoy this summer reading!

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