Everything you wanted to know about the budget but were too scared to ask!
From: Wednesday May 10, 2023, 5:30 pm
To: Wednesday May 10, 2023, 7:30 pm
Join us for Post Federal budget review with two leading economists :
Emma Grey from Impact Economics and Trent Wiltshire from the Grattan Institute. The event will be hosted by the President of the Victoria branch, Alex Millmow
Date: Wednesday 10 May
Time: Event starts at 6pm. Attendees are welcome to arrive from 5:30pm to enjoy drinks downstairs (at own cost)
Cost: Free of charge
Location: The Kelvin Club, 14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne VIC 3000
About the speakers:
Emma Grey, Manager, Economics, Impact Economics
Emma is an economist with a quantitative modelling background, which she regularly applies to better understand and tackle issues of inequality. Following the completion of a joint Honours Degree in Econometrics & Business Statistics and Economics at Monash University, Emma spent close to seven years building and applying her economic skills across a wide range of topics at Deloitte Access Economics. Her work has spanned social services, labour markets, housing markets, tax policy, government budgets, macroeconomic analysis and numerous applications of econometric forecasting. She spent three years running a major macroeconomic model, forecasting numerous aspects of Australia’s economy. Alongside forecast modelling and macroeconomic analysis, she has also honed skills in distributional modelling and inequality analysis. Emma has managed economic research, analysis and modelling projects for multiple government departments and agencies, private sector businesses and charitable organisations.
Trent Wiltshire, Deputy Director, Grattan Institute
Trent is the Deputy Director, Migration and Labour Markets, in Grattan Institute’s Economic Policy Program. He previously worked at the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance, as Domain Group’s economist, and at the Reserve Bank of Australia. Trent holds a Master of Public Policy and Management from the University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in Economics and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Monash University.
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The Kelvin Club
14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne VIC 3000