Leading economist Warren Hogan joins UTS Business School
Warren Hogan, former ANZ Chief Economist and a global authority on banking and financial markets, has been appointed UTS Business School inaugural Executive-in-Residence.
Professor Hogan brings considerable experience to UTS having worked for major banks and government for the past 25 years, including the Australian Government Treasury, NSW Government, Westpac, Credit Suisse and ANZ.
Professor Chris Earley, Dean of UTS Business School, said he was delighted to welcome Professor Hogan in a role that will provide leadership and foster excellence in teaching and research impact, as well as engagement with industry.
“Warren is a leading and highly-regarded figure in the Australian economics landscape, who will provide insight into developments in the macro-economy and financial markets for our students, alumni and the wider community,” said Professor Earley.
“UTS Business School has national and world leading researchers in economics, and is ranked in the global top 150 in this field. Warren will help facilitate the dissemination and application of this research for business practice and public policy.”
As ANZ Chief Economist, Professor Hogan was responsible for a team of more than 50 economists and strategists with a focus on the Asian region and global markets. He brings an international perspective and connections to strengthen UTS Business School engagement and collaboration.
Professor Hogan is able to communicate complex ideas to broad audiences, and is a regular media commentator for channels around the world, including Sky, CNBC, BBC, Bloomberg, CCTV China, and in print for The Economist, Financial Times, Wall St Journal and top Australian publications.
Professor Hogan’s father, Professor Warren Pat Hogan, an eminent economist who worked across a range of fields including economic policy, capital theory and prudential bank regulation, also had strong ties with UTS as an adjunct professor in the School of Finance and Economics.
The Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture, which is devoted to the economic analysis of public policy issues and commemorates Professor Warren Pat Hogan senior, will be held at UTS later this year.