In Focus – Creative Arts Graduates

Over nine and a half million (9,711,128) Australian residents completed some form of non-school qualification according to 2016 census data. The distribution by field of study is presented in the table below:   The Creative Arts field consists of Performing Arts (Music; Drama and Theatre Studies; Dance), Visual Arts and Crafts (Fine Arts; Photography; Crafts;…

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Homelessness Week Panel

Moderated by Dr Meg Elkins, the panel brings together a field of experts: MC: Joanne Austin, Director, Planning & Resources, College of Business Host: Professor Julie Cogin, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Business) & Vice President Presenter: Professor Bronwyn Naylor, Graduate School of Business and Law Panellists: Sally Capp, Lord Mayor, City of Melbourne Professor Chris Chamberlain, Emeritus Professor,…

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New Publication – Energy Policy

The effect of wind and solar power generation on wholesale electricity prices in Australia Authors: ZsuzsannaCsereklyei, Songze Qu, and Tihomir Ancev Energy Policy, Volume 131, August 2019, Pages 358-369 Abstract: Our paper investigates the effect of wind and utility-scale solar electricity generation on wholesale electricity prices in Australia over 2010–2018. We use both high frequency…

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New Publication – Journal of Econometrics

A multicointegration model of global climate change Authors: Stephan B. Bruns, Zsuzsanna Csereklyeic, and David I. Stern Abstract: We model the role of the ocean in climate change, using the concept of multicointegration. Surface temperature and radiative forcing cointegrate and the accumulated cointegration disequilibria represent the change in Earth system heat content, which is predominantly…

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Creative Work, Creative Economies Symposium – 10 May

Organised by Associate Professor Scott Brook (Associate Dean, Communications) from the School of Media and Communication, RMIT University and Chaired by Dr Sveta Angelopoulos, the symposium showcased key researchers in the field: Professor Stuart Cunningham, QUT – What do regional Australian creative economies look like? Notes from the field Dr Roberta Comunian and Professor Alessandra…

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New Article – Economic Development Quarterly

Sketching Australia’s Artistic Landscape Authors: Ashton de Silva, Sveta Angelopoulos, Jonathan Boymal ED Journal Vol 12 No. 1 (2019) Focuses on the distribution (and concentrations) of artists across Australian regions – Actors, Dancers and Other Entertainers; Music Professionals; Photographers; Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals; Art Directors, Media Producers & Presenters; Film, TV, Radio & Stage Directors; Authors, Book & Script Editors; Journalists &…

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Scholarships

There are four scholarships available related to Placemaking Economics Group. More details can be found here

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