American Journal of Applied Sciences
Frontiers in Economics Science: Dynamics, Experiments and Learning
|Partha Gangopadhyay, PhD||Senior Lecturer and Director,
International Centre for Conflict Management & Resolution
|Renu Gangopadhyay, CPA||Manager,
Special Issue Editorial Board Members
|Dr. Steve Keen||Associate Professor||Australia|
|Dr. Keiran Sharpe||Senior Lecturer||Australia|
|Dr. Hidenori Oda||Professor||Japan|
|Dr. Parimal Bag||Professor||United Kingdom|
|Dr. Yanis Varoufakis||Associate Professor||Greece|
School of Economics and Finance, University of Western Sydney:
University of Western Sydney (UWS) is a major Australian university with over 35,000 students and over 2000 staff. As the name suggests, the University is based in the Greater Western Sydney - one of the most dynamic regions of Australia with more than 2m people with diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Despite being a young university, it has established a strong international reputation in several fields. The UWS is the university of choice for over 5000 international students each year. The School of Economics and Finance is located in the College of Law and Business as a vibrant group of more than 30 specialists with strong teaching and research achievements. In several scholarly publications the School has been ranked among the top ten economics departments of Australia. The School also enjoys an excellent reputation in teaching.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority:
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority is responsible for managing and developing Sydney's most historically and culturally significant waterfront locations. It is one of the biggest landholders in Sydney, owning just over 400 hectares. The Authority's property assets are valued at approximately $1.1 billion, of which 63%, with a total value of $671 million, are commercial. Gross annual revenue of the Authority exceeds $140 million. The major tasks of the Authority is to restore, preserve, manage and promote some of Australia's most important heritage buildings and prime areas; run events, community and education programs; and manage properties, carry out capital works and undertake major development projects.