Public Lecture: The Decoupling of Economy from Society
Professor Anthony Hogan from the University of Canberra will be presenting a free public lecture titled The Decoupling of Economy from Society: Examining the Social Cost of an Increasingly Globalised Econocentric Policy at our Central Coast campus on 17 September.
Professor Hogan is Chair of Regional Governance and Policy in the ANZSOG Institute for Governance at the University of Canberra and was formerly the Director of the National Institute for Rural & Regional Australia at ANU. His main research interests are in the economic sociology and subsequent governance of rural Australia.
Professor Hogan's most recent projects have included developing a methodology for use by rural communities to assist them in planning sustainable futures, a study of farmer suicide and a study on how farmers are adapting to drought and climate change in Australia. He is currently examining how social and economic policy impacts on the viability of settlements in country Australia.
This is a FREE public event, hosted by the Faculty of Education and Arts.
WHEN: 5-7pm Tuesday, 17 September
WHERE: Lecture Theatre 1
University of Newcastle
Central Coast Campus (See campus map for directions)
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