News alert: CSU commentators on Federal Budget

1 JANUARY 2003

Charles Sturt University has a number of expert commentators who can discuss the economic, environmental and social implications of the Budget, particularly their impact on inland Australia.

The 2007 election-year Federal Budget has promised to offer incentives and relief for taxpayers and their families across a range of issues.
 
Charles Sturt University (CSU) has a number of expert commentators who can discuss the economic, environmental and social implications of the Budget, particularly their impact on inland Australia.
  • General economic overview of Budget: Associate Professor Kishor Sharma, Faculty of Business (Wagga Wagga); Debra da Silva, lecturer, School of Business (Albury-Wodonga).
  • Tax implications: Associate Professor Greg Walker, Head, School of Marketing and Management.
  • Infrastructure projects: Tom Murphy, CEO, Western Research Institute (WRI).
  • Dental training in inland Australia: Professor Ian Goulter, Vice-Chancellor, Charles Sturt University.
  • Health services and training (particularly physiotherapy training): Associate Professor Julia Coyle, Head, School of Community Health.
  • Social services: Professor Margaret Alston, principal researcher, Institute of Land, Water and Society.
  • Mental health: Dr Judith Crockett, Lecturer in social sustainability, School of Rural Management.
  • Environment and Water: Professor Allan Curtis, Director, Institute of Land, Water and Society.
  • Film, TV and Performing Arts: Ray Harding, Lecturer in film and TV screen writing, School of Communications.
Contact CSU Media for interviews and pictures with these commentators.

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