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Monika Sarder

Monika Sarder

Voluntourism and the obvious pitfalls of ‘orphan demand’

By · May 8th, 2014

When helping the world’s most vulnerable becomes a market commodity, troubling incentives are created, writes Monika Sarder.

Scavenging for rationality at the Camberwell Sunday Market

By · April 10th, 2014

A pictorial and graphical illustration of the concept of utility as observed at the Camberwell Sunday Market.

D-Day for debt restructuring

By · March 13th, 2014

A radical interpretation of a standard debt clause by the New York Courts threatens to undermine sovereign debt restructuring worldwide.

Monash versus Melbourne: The blow by blow

By · May 20th, 2013

Missed our inaugural Monash versus Melbourne Economics debate and want to catch up on the action? Came along and want to relive the highlights of the night? From gym bags of hardcover books to macroeconomic trilemmas, read on for Monika Sarder’s blow-by-blow account of the epic debate that was.


ESSA Networking and Trivia Night: Invaluable Career Advice and Useless Facts Collide!

By · March 26th, 2013

Last week more than 200 students with a passion for economics and a penchant for random facts, converged on Melbourne University’s Grand Buffet Hall to attend ESSA Networking and Trivia Night. The mix of graduate recruits and senior representatives in attendance gave students a chance to rub shoulders with partners, whilst at the same time getting the ‘skinny’ on what they might expect on rotations in their graduate year.

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