Sponsors & Exhibitors
The Organising Committee would like to acknowledge the contribution of the following sponsors and exhibitors:
The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government’s independent research and advisory body on a range of economic, social and environmental issues affecting the welfare of Australians. Its key role is to help governments make better policies, in the long-term interest of the Australian community. The Commission’s focus is on ways of achieving a more productive and efficient economy – the key to higher living standards. Visit the Commission website for further information: pc.gov.au
Macmillan Learning is changing students’ lives through learning, which is a great and inspiring responsibility. By linking research to learning practice, we develop engaging content and pioneering products for students that are empathetic and highly effective. Our legacy of excellence in education informs our approach to developing world-class content and interactive teaching tools. Through deep partnership with the world’s best researchers, educators, administrators and developers, we facilitate teaching and learning opportunities that spark student engagement and improve outcomes. Highlights of our Economics publishing include Gregory Mankiw’s Macroeconomics, Robert Feenstra’s International Economics, and Goolsbee Microeconomics. We are excited to be at ACE 2023 to launch the first edition of Principles of Economics, Principles of Microeconomics and Principles of Macroeconomics, by dynamic author trio Richard Holden, Justin Wolfers and Betsey Stevenson.
As a central agency of the Australian Government, the Department of Finance (Finance) plays an important role in assisting government across a wide range of policy areas to ensure its outcomes are met.
Finance supports the government’s ongoing priorities through the Budget process and fosters leading practice through the public sector resource management, governance, and accountability frameworks. Finance plays a lead role in advising the government on many of its strategic priorities, including providing advice to the government on optimal arrangements for the management and ownership of public assets.
QUT is a major Australian university with a global outlook and a ‘real world’ focus. We are one of the nation’s fastest growing research universities and our courses are in high demand. We are an ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip our students and graduates with the skills they will need in an increasingly disrupted and challenged world. We are transforming the student experience we offer our 50,000 students and we place a premium on the international and national accreditation of our various professional degrees.
The Faculty of Business and Law comprises the QUT Business School and QUT Law. Widely recognised for yielding career-ready graduates, industry engagement, and relevant high-quality research, we prepare learners and communities today for the real world of tomorrow. Led by the Executive Dean and the Faculty Leadership Team, the Faculty of Business and Law is committed to real-world learning and research excellence, supported by our deep industry engagement and extensive global connections.
Treasury is the Government’s lead economic adviser. Treasury’s purpose is to provide advice to the Government and implement policies and programs to achieve strong and sustainable economic and fiscal outcomes for Australians. We anticipate and analyse policy issues with a whole-of-economy perspective, understand government and stakeholder circumstances, and respond rapidly to changing events and directions.
Macroeconomic Group promotes Australia’s current and future prosperity by advising Treasury ministers on all matters of macroeconomic importance. This includes delivering assessments of the current economic conditions and outlook for the Australian economy that underpin fiscal estimates, advice on the macroeconomic opportunities and consequences of policy options.
The Department of Employment and Workplace Relations enables access to quality skills, training, and employment to support Australians to find secure work in fair, productive and safe workplaces – supporting individuals and our nation to prosper.
A strong labour market creates secure jobs, vital for our nation to prosper—driving future economic growth and providing people with the certainty to achieve their life goals.
We focus on equipping Australians who are starting, advancing or changing their career with the relevant skills, knowledge and experience to gain or regain employment to achieve their aspirations in life. This work includes filling skills gaps fundamental to Australia’s economic growth.
At Griffith Business School, we’re changing the way people do business. With a focus on values, sustainability and responsible leadership, we’re about more than just making it; we’re about making it matter. High-quality learning experience and cutting-edge programs enable our students and their communities to unlock their potential and fulfil their ambitions. With industry and government partners across the country, and throughout the Asia–Pacific region, we ensure our graduates are ready to make a difference in the world of business.
QTC is the central financing authority for the Queensland Government and provides financial resources and services for the State. Hear from QTC’s economists about topical issues important to the global and Australian economies, and financial markets. Our economists write a broad range of articles on the macroeconomy, monetary policy and markets, drawing insights from key resources and economic models. We share research in these areas for our public-sector clients and the investor community. Sign up to receive economic research updates when new articles are published at www.qtc.com.au/institutional-investors/news-and-publications/research/0
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