SAUL ESLAKE

Economist

SAUL ESLAKE

Economist

‘Welcome to my website …
I’m an independent economist, speaker, company director
and Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Tasmania’

Publications


Here you can find articles or essays which I have written and which have been published elsewhere

Higher inflation targets would not be a good idea

Economic Policies, Publications | 25th February 2010

Article published in the Melbourne Age and Sydney Morning Herald newspapers, 25th February 2010

You need to 'register' to attend events or gain access to specific materials on this website.
Premium Access - Monthly, Premium Access - Yearly, Professional Access - Monthly, Professional Access - Yearly, and Basic Access
Login Register Now

There’s more to life – and sport – than Olympic Gold medals

Australian Society and Politics, Publications | 26th November 2009

Article published in the Melbourne Age and Sydney Morning Herald newspapers, 26th November 2009


Inappropriately low interest rates are as dangerous as inappropriately high ones

Economic Policies, Publications | 17th September 2009

Article published in the Melbourne Age and Sydney Morning Herald newspapers, 17th September 2009


Excerpt from Peter Hartcher ‘To the Bitter End’

Publications | 15th August 2009

Peter Hartcher | To the Bitter End | 2009


Why Tasmania should have its own AFL team

Publications, Tasmania | 11th October 2008

Op-ed article published in the Launceston Examiner newspaper, 11th October 2008


Philanthropy and the Arts

Publications, The Arts | 30th June 2007

Article originally published in Island magazine in 2007


Globalization, Economic Policy and Democracy

Globalization, Publications | 3rd August 2001

A review of ‘Elect the Ambassador! – Building Democracy in a Globalized World’ by Duncan Kerr MP, and ‘For the People: Reclaiming our Government – Labor Essays 2001’, by Dennis Glover and Glen Patmore. Published in the Australian Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 36, No. 3, August 2001


On the importance which Australians attach to sport

Australian Society and Politics, Publications | 18th March 2001

In March 2001, I gave a talk to the Melbourne Media Club in which, as a final observation after talking at some length about a range of topical economic issues, and having been enjoined by the hosts to be ‘provocative’, I drew a link between the record low to which the Australian dollar was then […]


EVENTS

Saul Eslake online presentation
“Your chart pack is amazing - and thanks for offering to add me to the mailing list, that would be great to be included. Everything you could want to know is there - and the way the data are organised and presented to tell the stories makes it so easy to follow.”

Prof Jeff Borland, Truby Williams Professor of Economics, The University of Melbourne, June 2020. Website


“Just want to congratulate you Saul on the unbelievably good set of slides you just presented, possibly the best I have ever seen. You have set the bar very high.”

Dr Joe Flood, Adjunct Fellow, RMIT University, July 2020. Pandemicia


“Thank you very much for your excellent presentation for the Economic Society today. It is always a great pleasure to hear your eloquent, up-to-date and comprehensive talks.”

Andrew Trembath, economist, Victorian and Australian Government agencies, July 2020.


“100 slides in 1 hour!! While very comprehensive you do not make everyday people, such as myself, feels clueless, out of depth or bored. You have an amazing ability to project the same energy and intensity from your desk as if you were standing on stage. These qualities make you standout from the rest.”

“anonymous” audience member, July 2020.


online events @ saul-eslake.com


SEP

7th

The Impact of Covid-19 on the Global and Australian economies

Saul’s online seminar focusing on the Global and Australian economies.
Join Saul Eslake from the comfort of your device anywhere in the world.

1.00 pm AEST
11:00 am Hong Kong | 7:00 pm Los Angeles
$39.99 AUD
Early Bird $29.99 - code: AUG-2020 valid until 31 AUG 2020.

Register Now

OCT

7th

Assessment of the 2020-21 Australian Federal Budget

Saul’s assessment of the 2020-21 Australian Federal Budget. Join Saul Eslake from the comfort of your device anywhere in the world.

1.00 pm AEST
11:00 am Hong Kong | 7:00 pm Los Angeles
$39.99
Early Bird $29.99 - code: AUG-2020 valid until 31 AUG 2020.

Register Now

OCT

28th

Preview of the US Presidential and Congressional elections

Saul’s preview of the US Presidential and Congressional elections. Join Saul Eslake from the comfort of your device anywhere in the world.

1.00 pm AEST
11:00 am Hong Kong | 7:00 pm Los Angeles
$39.99
Early Bird $29.99 - code: AUG-2020 valid until 31 AUG 2020.

Register Now


External Speaking Engagements


Speaking Engagement Request

WEEKLY CHART PACK

Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack


Each weekend since mid-April I’ve been preparing, updating and distributing a weekly Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack to people in Australia and overseas. Running to over 100 pages, the Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack will be updated every Saturday afternoon, Australian time, for as long as it remains topical. It will be accessible to subscribers of the Premium Access package.

If and when Covid-19 ceases to be front and centre of attention (as it is now) – whenever that might be – I will continue to prepare a Weekly Chart Pack, but with a focus on whatever replaces the virus as the issue du jour.

Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-08-01

Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-07-24

Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-07-18

Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-07-11

TESTIMONIALS

What Others Say


“You are one of the best at what you do in the world”
Gail Fosler, Chief Economist, The Conference Board, New York, December 2002

“I have never known an economist to have such a knowledge of world economic facts and to be able to bring to bear so much information in answering a question without notice”
Charles Goode, Chairman, ANZ Bank, July 2009

“An outstanding presentation that was lucid, logical and blended hard facts with humour. And Saul comfortably communicated to meet the wide range of ages, occupations and knowledge of our guests”
Anthony Starkins, Executive Director, First Samuel Ltd, August 2016


Read more

LINKS

Useful Links