Business Skills - Media - Energy, environment and climate change
Expertise Include: Media- Energy, environment and climate change , Media- Industry and competition policy, Media- Resources/Mining, Public Speaking- Energy, environment and climate change , Public Speaking- Industry and competition policy, Public Speaking- Resources/Mining
Dr Carolyn Currie
from Public Private Sector Partnerships Pty Ltd.
arolyn Currie is a member of the Association of Certified Practising Accountants, the Chartered Secretaries Association, and a Fellow of FINSIA, a merger of the Australian Institute of Banking and Finance and the Securities Institute. Her qualifications include: an Honours Degree in Economics from Sydney University, a Bachelor of Commerce (Pass with Merit), a Master of Commerce (Honours) from the University of NSW, a Master of Forensic Accounting from the University of Wollongong and a PhD in Economics from the University of Sydney; in financial markets regulation, financial systems crises and financial institutions management. Dr Currie’s experience represents almost four decades in the public and private sector, as a merchant banker, regulator, internal auditor and financial trainer.
Expertise Include: Media- Financial Markets, Media- Public Finance (government budgets), Media- Energy, environment and climate change
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
from University Of Queensland
Emeritus Professor of Economics at UQ, Fellow of the Academy of Social Science in Australia, Life member of Clare Hall College, Cambridge, Past President of the International J.A. Schumpeter Society (2010-2012). Current research interests include: complex economic systems theory, modelling evolutionary economic growth, the diffusion of innovation with special reference to renewable energy; modelling the macro-economy as a complex adaptive system; applying self organisation theory to statistical and economic modelling in the presence of structural change; Currently serves on the following editorial boards: Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Bio-economics, Journal of Institutional Economics and, previously, the Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Review of Political Economy and Economic Analysis and Policy. He is Director of the Energy Economics and Management Group and Senior Research Associate, Centre for Policy Futures at UQ. Previously, he was: Head of the School of Economics at UQ (1999-2008); Deputy Director of the ARC Centre for Complex Systems (2006-2008); Member of the Social, Behavioural and Economic Panel, ARC College of Experts (2005-2007); Member of the Expert Panel appointed by the Federal Minister for Industry and Innovation, Senator Kim Carr, to review the National Innovation System (2008).
from Australian National University
Professor Warwick J. McKibbin, AO, FASSA is the Vice Chancellor’s Chair in Public Policy and is Director of the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University (ANU). He is also an ANU Public Policy Fellow; a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences; a Distinguished Fellow of the Asia and Pacific Policy Society; a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C (where he is co-Director of the Climate and Energy Economics Project). He was awarded the Order of Australia in 2016 “For Distinguished Service to Education as an Economist, Particularly in the Area of Global Climate Policy, and to Financial Institutions and International Organizations” and the Centenary medal in 2003 “For Service to Australian Society through Economic Policy and Tertiary Education”. \\r\\n\\r\\nProfessor McKibbin is internationally renowned for his contributions to global economic modeling and the theory of monetary policy and has published more than 200 peer reviewed academic papers and 5 books as well as being a regular commentator in the popular press. He served on the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia from 2001 to 2011 and worked at the Reserve Bank from 1975 to 1991. He regularly advises international institutions, Central Banks, governments and corporations across a range of developed and emerging economies.\\r\\n \\r\\n
Expertise Include: Media- Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking- Macroeconomics and trade, Media- Energy, environment and climate change
from AGL Energy
Tim is the Executive General Manager, Strategy and Economic Analysis, at the Australian Energy Market Commission, member of the Westpac Stakeholder Advisory Council and an Associate Professor at Griffith University.
from Deloitte Access Economics
Expertise Include: Media- Labour markets , Media- Energy, environment and climate change , Media- Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking- Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking- Labour markets , Public Speaking- Energy, environment and climate change
from Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre
Expertise Include: Media- Energy, environment and climate change , Media- Labour markets , Media- Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking- Macroeconomics and trade, Public Speaking- Industry and competition policy, Public Speaking- Labour markets , Public Speaking- Public Finance (government budgets), Public Speaking- Energy, environment and climate change , Media- Public Finance (government budgets)
from International Institute For Self-governance
Prolific author and presenter on using biomimicry to reform the theories and practices of capitalism by explaining how to political introduce ecological property and control rights to land, buildings, enterprises and money. Thought leader on digital currencies. Seminal 1997 article explaining how investors get overpaid in a way not reported by accountants to create overpayments of investors not noticed by economists as the cause of systemic inequality in capitalism and the source of the equity puzzle was republished in 2000 in the Corporate Governance volume of the History of Management Thought as \"Stakeholder governance: A cybernetic and property rights analysis\".
Expertise Include: Media- Financial Markets, Media- Housing, Media- Energy, environment and climate change , Public Speaking- Financial Markets, Public Speaking- Energy, environment and climate change , Public Speaking- Housing
from Macquarie University
Dr Melanie Zeppel works in the research of genomic medicine, data science and microsimulation modelling at GenIMPACT, the National Centre for the Economic Impact of Genomic Medicine at Macquarie University. Her multi-disciplinary research spans modelling the costs and benefits of genomic testing and precision medicine for childhood cancer, vision impairment and other conditions. Projects also include costs of informal care of chronic conditions on workforce productivity. Experience over the previous 15 years included modelling plant physiology, data science and climate change research, at National and Global scales.
Expertise Include: Media- Energy, environment and climate change , Media- Gender economics (e.g. gender pay gap), Media- Health