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Food Insecurity and its Determinants

Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) annual conference was held on the 5-7 February at Port Macquarie. Professor Peter Warr presented the Presidential Address titled "Food Insecurity and its Determinants".

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Food Insecurity and its Determinants

Australia South Asia Research Centre

This Centre is dedicated to research on the economics and politics of development in the South Asia region, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives.

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Australia South Asia Research Centre

Indonesia Project

The Indonesia Project is a major international centre of research and graduate training on the economy of Indonesia, and is well known and respected in Indonesia and in other places where Indonesia attracts serious scholarly and official interest.

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Indonesia Project

Poverty Research Centre

Aiming to promote high quality research on the measurement of poverty, its social and economic causes and the way in which policy interventions, demographic change and technological developments interact with domestic institutions to influence the incidence of poverty.

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Poverty Research Centre

Working papers in trade and development

These papers provide a vehicle for preliminary circulation of the Department's research results in the fields of economic development and international trade, and is intended to stimulate discussion and critical comment.

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Working papers in trade and development

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies

BIES is a refereed journal that has been in continuous publication since 1965. It provides a well-respected outlet for high-quality research by both Indonesians and foreigners on any and all matters pertaining to the Indonesian economy.

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Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies

Welcome to the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics

The Arndt-Corden Department of Economics works on theoretical and applied problems of international economics and development, with emphasis on the countries of Southeast, Northeast and South Asia, and the Southwest Pacific.

The late Professor Sir John Crawford was the first head of department, followed by the late Professor H.W. Arndt and Professor W. Max Corden. The department is affiliated with the Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia and the Pacific, in the ANU and has named itself after Heinz Arndt and Max Corden to honor two of Australia's most outstanding economists.

The work of Heinz Arndt is well-known throughout Asia, especially within Indonesia, whereas Max Corden's fame is greatest among international economists. Both played crucial formative roles in the intellectual history of the Department.

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