Presented by Australian Business Economists


Event Details

Where

The Gallery
State Library of New South Wales
Macquarie Street
Sydney
NSW 2000

When

Wednesday 1 May 2019 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm (Australia/Sydney)

Closing date

Monday 29 Apr 2019 4:00pm (Australia/Sydney)


Tickets
  1. Ticket Type Sales Close Price Booking Fee Quantity
    4:00pm, 29 Apr 2019 $75.00 $5.13
    4:00pm, 29 Apr 2019 $75.00 $5.13
    4:00pm, 29 Apr 2019 $75.00 $5.13
    4:00pm, 29 Apr 2019 $95.00 $6.23
    4:00pm, 29 Apr 2019 $680.00 $32.00

About this event

ABE are pleased to present a lunchtime briefing and discussion

Federal Election 2019: The lay of the land

Antony Green (ABC) and Matt Wade (SMH)

Wednesday 01 May 2019

Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Venue: The Gallery, State Library of New South Wales, Macquarie Street, Sydney

A working lunch will be served

Cost: $75 members, $95 members, $680 tables of 8 guests

Non-members: Join ABE and benefit from discounted event fees.

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Mr Green and Mr Wade have agreed to take questions from the floor.

Enquiries: info@abe.org.au or call 0419 256 339

Mr Antony Green, Election Analyst, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Antony Green is a psephologist and commentator. He is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's election analyst and is responsible for the content of the ABC's election website. Antony has worked for the ABC since 1989. In that time he has worked on more than 60 federal, state and territory elections. He has also worked on local government elections, numerous by-elections and covered elections in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Canada for the ABC.

Mr Matt Wade, Senior Journalist, The Sydney Morning Herald

Matt Wade is a senior reporter and columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age where he writes about economics, politics and demography. He was based in India as a foreign correspondent for the Herald and The Age between 2007 and 2011 and has a long term interest in international development. Matt has previously worked in the Canberra Press Gallery as the Herald's Economics Correspondent and has covered consumer affairs and financial markets.

Australian Business Economists (ABE) aims to encourage greater understanding of economic issues by fostering debate in the financial markets, business and commercial sectors and across the community in general. Visit us at: abe.org.au

email: info@abe.org.au phone: 0419 256 339