Register of Economists Category - Media
from Percy Allan & Associates Pty Ltd
Expertise Include: Media - Macroeconomics and trade, Media - Financial Markets, Media - Public Finance (government budgets), Public Speaking - Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking - Financial Markets, Public Speaking - Public Finance (government budgets)
from CEPAR, UNSW
Hazel Bateman is Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and a Professor of Economics in the UNSW School of Risk and Actuarial Studies. She is the inaugural President of the International Pension Research Association (IPRA). Hazel Bateman researches consumer financial decision making especially as it relates to retirement accumulation and decumulation. In particular, her work focuses on interventions to facilitate better retirement financial decisions; retirement product design in Australia and China; and the taxation and regulation of pension and superannuation funds. Hazel Bateman is the author of over 70 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and has been Chief Investigator on over a dozen ARC funded projects. Hazel has consulted on retirement income issues to international organisations including the OECD, the World Bank, the Social Insurance Administration (China) and the Korean Institute of Health and Social Affairs. She is a member of Netspar’s Scientific Council, the Steering Committee of the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index and the China Ageing Finance Forum. She is an editor of the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, and serves on the editorial board of the Economic Record..
Expertise Include: Media - Demographics, Media - Public Finance (government budgets), Public Speaking - Demographics, Public Speaking - Public Finance (government budgets)
from Standard Media
From Queensland University of Technology - IEEE - The Futurist Institute - News Corp - News Regional Media - International News Media Association - Economic Society of Australia - Electronic Frontiers Australia - IEEE Communications Society - IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
Expertise Include: Media - Labour markets , Media - Energy, environment and climate change , Public Speaking - Demographics, Media - Macroeconomics and trade
Ph.D. graduate from the Department of Economics, University of Melbourne. Research interests in applied microeconomics, behavioural & experimental economics, sports economics, and game theory.
Rodrigo De Luca
from Stark Capital Partners P/L
Rodrigo is a partner at Stark Capital Partners, responsible for managing investor relations and equity partnerships in the Asia-Pacific region. With over a decade’s experience as a corporate executive in Oil & Gas and Agribusiness, Rodrigo has played instrumental roles in the Project Management of major facility redevelopments. As a private investor, he has developed Brazilian Agribusiness’ interests internationally and domestically. With extensive experience in facilitating mergers and acquisitions, Rodrigo has worked with corporates and private investors in Australia, Brazil, China, Germany and USA. As the vice-president of the Australia-Brazil Chamber of Commerce (ABCC).\r\n\r\nRodrigo has extended his skills to assist development between the Asia-Pacific region and Brazil. Rodrigo has a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering – UFSC, with Masters in Mechatronics, from USP, MBA from University of South Australia, Masters in International Economics & Finance from University of Queensland and cureently doing a part-time PhD in International Business at Griffith University.
Expertise Include: Media - Macroeconomics and trade, Media - Energy, environment and climate change , Media - Resources/Mining
Tania Dey from SA Centre for Economic Studies, University Of Adelaide
from Agile Economics
I am an economic consultant with experience advising on economic policy, strategy, costing, pricing, competition and other regulatory issues across a range of infrastructure and other industries.
Expertise Include: Media - Industry and competition policy, Public Speaking - Industry and competition policy