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Interesting Article

August 30th, 2015|0 Comments

After the ‘success’ of last week’s article, our VP-Events Ruark Lantay-Lefkovich submitted another article for your reading pleasure. This time it’s the infamous paper, “An option value problem from Seinfeld”. We’ll leave you with the […]

Economics This Week

August 30th, 2015|0 Comments

This week has seen some very interesting developments on global stock markets. Domestically the All Ords fell below 5000 on Tuesday but ended the week 5% higher at over 5270. Generally, that seems to have […]

Interesting Article

August 26th, 2015|0 Comments

This week we’ve been blessed with an article from our VP-Events Ruark Lantay. “Life among the Econ” is quite the read and I highly recommend having a skim through it, I won’t say anything else […]

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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 2014 we’ve got lots planned, including regular meet ups for members.

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