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Interesting Article

September 27th, 2015|0 Comments

I’ve been requested to dedicate this edition of the newsletter to our VP-Events Ruark Lantay Lefkovich who regularly assists the publications department in the development of our mailouts. This week he’s supplied us with one […]

Economics This Week

September 27th, 2015|0 Comments

While the so called ‘liver transplant’ of a new PM and Treasurer may have helped domestic conditions it did nothing to stop the influence of global conditions on our relatively small-open economy as the dollar […]

Interesting Article

September 27th, 2015|0 Comments

I’d like to dedicate this edition of the newsletter to Kai Zen for his constant service to this publication, including his kind donation of this week’s article. Written by the highly respected French economist Thomas […]

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The UNSW Economics Society (EcoSoc) is the leading Economics student organisation in Australia. It is based within the Australian School of Business (ASB) at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. We welcome all students who are studying economics or are interested in economic issues. Our vision is to provide our members with academic support, careers information and interactive social networks for students studying any economics or commerce subject.

We  hold a variety of careers, academic and social events throughout the year in order to help develop a sense of community and to give students and members the best opportunity in university and in entering the workforce. Our two flagship projects are: the UNSW Economics Careers Day, an annual careers fair with information stalls and individual sponsor firm presentations; and the RBA Economics Competition, an annual national essay competition sponsored by the Reserve Bank of Australia. But that’s not all! In the coming year, we’ve got lots planned – Including regular meet ups for members.

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