Upcoming events at Swinburne

The Italian elections: Where to now? 12 March 2018 at 09.30am in EN 213 – Guest speaker: Massimo Scialla Massimo Scialla (1946) has a degree in Economics and Commerce from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Between 1971 and 2005 Dr Scialla worked at the Banca di Roma (the second largest Italian bank), where heContinue reading “Upcoming events at Swinburne”

ITALIAN ELECTION 2018: Instability, Uncertainty & Euroscepticism? HEAR THE CANDIDATES

Italians in Italy and abroad cast their vote in Italian elections scheduled for 4 March 2018 to elect their new representatives in the Italian parliament. As we speak, Italians in Australia are receiving their electoral ballot papers and will have the opportunity to cast their vote for their own college of Africa, Asia, Oceania andContinue reading “ITALIAN ELECTION 2018: Instability, Uncertainty & Euroscepticism? HEAR THE CANDIDATES”

Why voter demographics are the key to the White House

By Bryan Cranston This article is the second of a two-part feature, which aims to provide an understanding of the US presidential election process. The first article of this two-part feature, Predicting the Outcome of 2016 US Presidential Election, examined the Electoral College, and the use of probability to reasonably predict which party will win theContinue reading “Why voter demographics are the key to the White House”

Predicting the Outcome of the 2016 US Presidential Election

By Bryan Cranston This article is the first of a two-part feature, which aims to provide an understanding of the US presidential election process. On the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 2016 (Tuesday, 8 November 2016 [US time]), the voters of the United States will elect their forty-fifth president. We know thereContinue reading “Predicting the Outcome of the 2016 US Presidential Election”