Two of Western Australia’s most iconic institutions, Bankwest and Curtin University, have announced the formation of a major new economic research centre to help build a sustainable economic future for Western Australia.
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre will foster local development by building economic models that will significantly boost capability in WA for economic forecasting and the analysis of economic and policy scenarios. A key focus for the Centre will be the examination of population, workforce and housing issues facing Western Australia as well as tax, regulation, trade and industry developments.By Kate Selth | Research; Business, management and law
This month, more than 200 economists, academics and key industry figures from 30 countries will gather in Perth for the International Association for Energy Economics’ (IAEE) 35th Annual International Conference. Hosted by Curtin University’s Centre for Research in Energy and Minerals Economics, the theme for this year’s conference is Energy markets evolution under global carbon Read MoreBy Grace Daniel | Campus and community; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Business, management and law
Curtin Graduate School of Business, Master of Science student, Andrew Gunua, has won the prestigious Prime Minister’s Pacific Australia (PMPA) Award, for commitment to improving mining practices in his home country, Papua New Guinea (PNG).By Andrea Barnard | Campus and community; Research; Business, management and law; Engineering and mining