Policy in the pub - Anne Nolan on Implementing unpopular policy
From: Tuesday December 11, 2018, 5:15 pm
To: Tuesday December 11, 2018, 6:30 pm
Policy in the Pub – Anne Nolan, Implementing unpopular policy – 11 December 2018
Following our successful launch of ‘Policy in the Pub’ series in September, we are pleased to invite you to hear from Anne Nolan, former Director General of the Department of Finance (WA).
Anne has a Bachelor (Honours) and Masters of Economics from UWA and has had a wealth of experience in leading and developing public sector agencies. She has had responsibility in areas as diverse as industry and resource development, tax policy, energy policy, economic forecasting, intergovernmental relations, corporate governance, strategic planning and government trading enterprise policy and performance.
Anne will be talking to us about her experience in successfully implementing unpopular and challenging policy positions and the interplay between policy and politics.
Location: The Belgian Beer Cafe, Corner King and Murray Street, Perth
Time: 5:15 PM arrival for a 5:30 PM start
Cost: $10 includes canapes
About Policy in the Pub: In achieving our objectives, we have recently increased our focus on the application of economic theory in a wide variety of public and private contexts. As part of this focus, we have established a series of events for professional economists in Government and advisory roles, ‘Policy in the Pub’. The ‘Policy in the Pub’ series is an informal bi-monthly event providing an opportunity to participate in discussion about topical economic issues. It is co-sponsored by the Economic Society and Women in Economics Network’s WA Branch.
VenueThe Belgian Beer Cafe
King St &, Murray St, Perth WA 6000