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9th Annual Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture presented by Hon Chris Bowen MP

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'Economics and Modern Challenges: Climate Change and Health' presented by Hon Chris Bowen MP.

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The School of Economics at the University of Sydney is pleased to present the 9th Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture with keynote, Hon Chris Bowen MP.

Shadow Minister for Health and former University of Sydney Bachelor of Economics alumnus, the Hon Chris Bowen is honoured to deliver the Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture. He will discuss the future of economics and how economics will help address the challenges of our time, including climate change and health.

About Chris Bowen MP

Chris Bowen entered Parliament in 2004 and has held a wide range of portfolios including serving as Treasurer, Minister for Human Services, Minister for Immigration, Minister for Financial Services, Assistant Treasurer, Minister for Competition Policy, Minister for Small Business and Minister for Tertiary Education. Chris has been responsible for a range of significant policy reform programs in these portfolios.

He served as Interim Leader of the Labor Party and Acting Leader of the Opposition following the 2013 Federal election and served as Shadow Treasurer. He is now the Shadow Minister for Health.

Chris served on Fairfield Council for nine years, was a former Mayor of Fairfield Council, and former President of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC).

He has a Bachelor of Economics, a Masters Degree in International Relations and a Diploma in Modern Languages (Bahasa Indonesia).

He lives in Smithfield with his wife Rebecca, children Grace and Max and his Labradors Ollie and Toby.

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