Housing Economics - For non-economists 2020
Shelter WA and Curtin’s Faculty of Business and Law are hosting a 4 part Economic lecture series - Housing economics for non-economists.
These lectures should be of interest to anyone that is keen to learn more about housing economics.
Each lecture will be followed by a panel discussion and networking.
Tues 2 June - Economics of housing markets & housing policy - Dr Amity James
Tues 9 June - Housing, taxes and transfers – Professor Rachel Ong
Tues 16 June - Property development, housing supply and planning – Professor Steven Rowley
Tues 23 June - A Financial view on Housing Markets – Dr J-Han Ho
Feedback from past attendees
"Thank you very much for hosting Economic Lecture Series. I find it very interesting and helpful to non-economist like me. We are really keen on attending the other lecture"
“For someone that knew very little about economics, I learnt a lot about housing economics and about how so many fluctuating factors can affect it”
“I thoroughly enjoyed last nights session. I found the lecture and panel Q&A session very informative. In addition, I got to network with other people from various sectors and portfolios.”
And from a regional participant in Kununurra who dialled in via video conference, we received this feedback.
“Thank you for an excellent lecture; it was well-delivered, hosted and the discussions were interesting. The IT set-up worked really well, and I appreciate it that you went above and beyond to include regional guests.”
For further information about the upcoming lecture series events please contact Lisa Kazalac at firstname.lastname@example.org
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