EcoSoc Lecture Series - Economics of Passport Demand
19 September, 2016
Carslaw 157, University of Sydney
Sydney University Economics and Econometrics Society
Join Sydney University Economics & Econometrics Society for our first in what is expected to be a regular lecture series.
We'll be hearing from Adam Elderfield An Economist focusing on Macroeconomic Policy and Forecasting from Deliotte Access Economics.
Adam has worked with Deloitte Access Economics for 3.5 years as an economist in the Macroeconomics Policy and Forecasting team. As a part of his responsibilities, Adam manages and maintains Deloitte Access Economics’ Macroeconomic model of the Australian economy.
Adam will talk about his experience with Deloitte Access Economics to date and discuss in detail a recent project he has completed for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – “Forecasting the demand for Australian passports”.
Pizza and drinks will be provided by the club after the lecture.
Pizza and drinks will be free to ACCESSand $10 to non-ACCESS.
We'll also be selling cruise tickets after this event as well. If you want to buy ahead check out the 2nd Annual John Nash Cruise
While RSVP will not be required it will help with our catering, so please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/OafvtMR6eBReYwrz1
This event is being run in parternship of the NSW Branch of the Economics Society of Australia.
More info of about the ESA can be found here: http://esansw.org.au/
This event provided by the University of Sydney Union.