News: School of Economics and Public Policy
Congratulations to Jack Hetherington and Trang Huyen Dang from the School of Economics and Public Policy for winning awards in the 2023 Visualise Your Thesis Awards!
Each year the Workplace Gender Equality Agency uses the Australian Bureau of Statistics average weekly earnings data to calculate the number of days after the end of financial year that women have to work to be paid the same as the average man. The date they arrive at is called Equal Pay Day.
The School of Economics and Public Policy (SEPP) is delighted to announce Professor Guy Debelle has joined the school as Honorary Professor.
Sarah Wheeler, Professor of Water Economics with the School of Economics and Public Policy, has been awarded the Jill Hudson Award for Environment Protection in the 2023 South Australia’s Environment Awards.
Congratulations to the winners of the John Creswell Scholarship in the School of Economics and Public Policy.
Congratulations to The Centre for Global Food and Resources researchers who have attended and presented research at the 67th Australasian Agricultural Resource Economics Society Annual Conference in Christchurch, NZ.
The School of Economics and Public Policy takes great pleasure in congratulating Professor Kym Anderson who has won the 2022 Crawford Fund Medal.
School of Economics and Public Policy is pleased to have co-hosted the national webinar: 'Gender Responsive Budgeting in Australia: Insights into Government Budget Statements and Processes on 18 August.
South Australia’s economic recovery is set to continue despite inflation and rising interest rates putting increased strain on household budgets.