Alex Setiawan

Alex Setiawan

Where Will Our Economy be in 10 Years?

By · October 1st, 2015

Alex plays fortune teller and forecasts Australia’s economic situation over the next decade.

This article first appeared in Short Supply 2015 – check out the full magazine via the Short Supply tab at the top of this page!

Bali nine executions: What now for Australia and Indonesia?

By · May 9th, 2015

Alex Setiawan discusses the economic implications of the Bali Nine executions for the two countries.

The importance of trade relations between Australia and Indonesia

By · March 13th, 2015

Alex Setiawan highlights the importance of a good relationship between Australia and its neighbour Indonesia.

Economic analysis of the Asian Cup

By · March 11th, 2015

Alex Setiawan discusses the economic impacts of the Asian Cup on the Australian economy.

The economic rationale of friendships

By · February 27th, 2015

Alex Setiawan offers an economic perspective on the importance of friendships.

Emotion, memory and history: The economics of nostalgia

By · December 1st, 2014

Alex Setiawan explains why people buy outdated items, and things associated with them.

Behavioural economics: why do we study at university?

By · October 27th, 2014

Alex Setiawan discusses the reasons why university students pursue higher education.

Welfare economics: should Australia abolish the Age Pension?

By · October 23rd, 2014

Alex Setiawan discusses whether the Australian government should actively plan to abolish the Age Pension in the future.

University economics: The curious case of international students and their enormous fees

By · October 16th, 2014

Why are international students eager to pay exorbitant fees? Alex Setiawan discusses.

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