Living in the (Next) Stagflationary Era as Economists: our New Responsibilities
From: Wednesday June 29, 2022, 6:00 pm
To: Wednesday June 29, 2022, 7:30 pm
Join us for this seminar in which Professor Neville Norman will discuss
- The real meaning and significance of Stagflation
- Is the present scene a replay of the 1974 experience?
- Cures and non-cures for Stagflation
- Role of the RBA and its 2020 rate 'promises'
- Teaching economics and advising in this environment: new challenges
About our Speaker
Professor Neville Norman graduated from the University of Melbourne with B Comm (Hons) and MA, and he also has a Ph.D. from Cambridge, England. He is committed to helping his audiences understand how our economy works.
Professor Norman makes facts and figures become clear and alive. Professor Norman has the depth of experience as well as researched information to speak on the problems, prospects and opportunities facing industries in a national and international context. He has published many books, academic articles and reports in the areas of industry regulation, patents and trade practices, economic analysis, trade and international economics, taxation, health and public policy
Date: Wednesday 29 June 2022
Time: Drinks (self purchase) from 5.30pm, seminar from 6.00pm until 7.30pm
Cost: Free of Charge
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The Kelvin Club
14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne VIC 3000