Economics: Understand the World Around You

To inspire greater student engagement in the field of Economics, The Women in Economics Network(ESA-WEN) sat down with some of the brightest in the business: Eliza Owen, Dr Andrew Charlton, Assoc Professor Duygu Yengin, Dr Bethany Cooper, Dr Rachel Milte, Dr Gigi Foster, Guilia Specchia and Michelle Meyers. Produced by Tess Waldron Productions.

Program Evaluation

The Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian government evaluated the mentoring program using a randomised controlled trial, drawing on a combination of university administrative data and surveys at the commencement and conclusion of the program. Taken together the evidence suggests the mentoring program had a material impact on students’ decisions to continue with economic