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.
WEN was proud to host our first Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW) in partnership with the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), in Fremantle, Western Australia in February 2018. AGEW provides a forum to share and discuss innovative research incorporating gender analysis into all areas of economics.
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.
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!