The role of the Queensland Parliament in public finance

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Queensland Parliament

2A George Street

Brisbane City, QLD 4000

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An evening discussion panel of Queensland economists on the role of the Queensland Parliament in overseeing government financial performance

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Featuring guest speakers:

Hon Rachel Nolan, Executive Director of The McKell Institute in Queensland and former Queensland Minister for Finance, Transport, Natural Resources and the Arts.

Gene Tunny, Director of Adept Economics, former Australian Treasury official and author.

Associate Professor Begona Dominguez, School of Economics, University of Queensland.

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Queensland Parliament

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Brisbane City, QLD 4000

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Organiser Australasian Study of Parliament Group - Queensland

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ASPG logoThe Australasian Study of Parliament Group (Queensland Chapter) was established in May 1993 as a non-partisan body to encourage and stimulate research, writing and teaching about parliamentary institutions in Australia, in order to generate a better understanding of their functions. The Queensland Chapter holds three seminars each year on topical issues relating to Parliament in Queensland and Australia.

To become a member of the ASPG-Q and attend many of our events for free, visit https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/aspg/membership.htm for more information.


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