Marshall completed his undergraduate degree in Commerce (Economics and Finance) in 2008 and is currently completing his honours in Economics at Curtin University. His thesis is concerned with the cyclicality of real wages in Australia over the business cycle and possible asymmetries.
Marshall attended the History of Economic Thought (HETSA) conference in July 2009. He wrote a short paper on Steven Kates' Paper titled "Subverting Say
- Read An Analysis of: 'Subverting Say's Law' (PDF, 26 KB)
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