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  • When Minsky meets complexity[29 March 2018]

    Locating the meso-economic space between Minskyian political economy and complexity theory. Read ECOPsoc President Kimberley Yoo's thought provoking five minute honours thesis.


  • Scholarship open for 2018 OECD Paris Forum[23 March 2018]

    Applications are now open to represent Australia at the OECD Forum in Paris with our Global Voices scholarship. Join youth representatives from around Australia to meet with leaders and experts in international relations, economics, trade and development. Applications close Monday, 16 April.


  • Meet ECOPsoc's new President[13 March 2018]

    Kimberley Yoo talks about the biggest social and political challenges facing young people in Australia today, and leaving her mark on the long and rich history of Political Economy at The University of Sydney.


  • Women of SSPS[8 March 2018]

    International Women’s Day seeks to celebrate women’s achievements, as well as act as a catalyst for change when it comes to gender equality. The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is #PressforProgress. We caught up with five female researchers from the School of Social and Political Sciences to find out what ‘progress’ means to them in their respective fields.


  • Significant gaps between working women's career goals and reality[7 March 2018]

    Australian workplaces are not ready to meet young women's career aspirations or support their future success, according to a new national report co-authored by Department of Political Economy's Dr Elizabeth Hill.