Economics of trade and development seminar series

Seminar Room B (Arndt Room), Coombs Building (9)
Tuesdays 2pm — 3.30pm (unless otherwise specified).

Seminar Convenor: Xue (Sarah) Dong
Phone: 6125 3756
Enquiries: Xue (Sarah) Dong

Upcoming seminars

Date Presenter Description
1 Sep
2:00 pm
Associate Professor Budy Resosudarmo, Head of Indonesia Project, Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School, ANU. Intra-village and inter-village conflict in rural coastal communities in Indonesia: the case of the Kei islands
8 Sep
2:00 pm
Dr Russell Toth, Lecturer, University of Sydney. Microenterprise competition, social pressures, and innovation

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Previous seminars

Date Presenter Description
25 Aug
2:00 pm
Associate Professor Russell Thomson, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. R&D offshoring and home industry productivity
11 Aug
2:00 pm
Chris Murphy, Crawford School. Fiscal equalisation of Australian states and territories: policy options and welfare maximisation
28 Jul
2:00 pm
Dr Chris Manning, Adjunct Fellow, Crawford School. Where is Indonesia in regard to the Lewis 'Turning Point' - and does it matter?
21 Jul
2:00 pm
Associate Professor Rasyad A Parinduri, University of Nottingham. Does education increase political participation? Evidence from Indonesia
14 Jul
2:00 pm
Matthew Grant Wai-Poi, World Bank. Indonesia's rising divide: why inequality is rising, why it matters and what can be done
7 Jul
2:00 pm
Professor Rod Tyers, University of Western Australia and ANU. Third arrow reforms and Japan's economic performance
23 Jun
2:00 pm
Dr Ray Trewin, Crawford School, ANU. Safe food trade, and the roles of governments and markets: the case of Vietnam pork trade
9 Jun
2:00 pm
Dr Alfredo Paloyo, University of Wollongong. Peer effects in female employment
2 Jun
2:00 pm
Professor Raghbendra Jha, Crawford School, ANU. Child poverty and compulsory elementary education in India
26 May
2:00 pm
Professor Prema-chandra Athukorala, ANU. Economic transition and labour market dynamics in China: an interpretative survey of the ’turning point‘ debate
12 May
2:00 pm
Professor Jeevika Weerahewa, University of Paradeniya, Sri Lanka. The impact of Sri Lanka‘s trade and price policies on the structure of agriculture incentives
5 May
2:00 pm
Professor Hal Hill, ANU. Is smart industry policy possible? Insights from Southeast Asia
21 Apr
2:00 pm
Dr Rimawan Pradiptyo, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. Eliminating the fuel subsidy in Indonesia: using behavioural insights to design alternative policies
17 Apr
2:00 pm
Dr Donghyun Park, Asian Development Bank. Economic growth, financial development, and income inequality
17 Mar
2:00 pm
David Stern, Crawford School. Directed technical change and the British Industrial Revolution
10 Mar
2:00 pm
Malcolm Bosworth and Greg Cutbush, Academic visitors, Crawford School. Can the WTO be saved? PS - does it really matter?
24 Feb
2:00 pm
Professor Arik Levinson, Georgetown University. How much energy do building energy codes really save? Evidence from California
10 Feb
2:00 pm
Dr Paul J Burke, Crawford School, ANU. GDP and emissions in the short run: the rate and sources of economic growth matter
3 Feb
2:00 pm
Dr Malcolm Bosworth, World Trade Institute; Dr Greg Cutbush, ANU. Why Australia needs to put a stop to discriminatory trade deals

 

H.W. Arndt lecture series

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Economics PhD seminars

Convenor:  Dr Robert Sparrow
Phone: 6125 3885

5 Jul to 13 Dec - Economics Phd Seminars are held at Seminar Room B, Coombs Building 9.

Upcoming seminars

Date Presenter Description
25 Sep
9:30 am
Giang Nguyen, PhD scholar, Crawford School. Consumption gap between migrant households and urban households in major cities in Vietnam

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Previous seminars

Date Presenter Description
7 Aug
9:30 am
Rohan Best, PhD scholar, Crawford School, ANU. Macroeconomic impacts of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti
5 Jun
9:30 am
Tufail Khan Yousafzai, PhD Scholar, Crawford School, ANU. The economic impact of international remittances on household consumption and investment in Pakistan
22 May
9:30 am
Neal Hughes, PhD Scholar, Crawford School. Water property rights in rivers with large environmental water holders
15 May
9:30 am
Gan-Ochir Doojav, PhD Scholar, Crawford School, ANU. The quantitative role of cost channel and UIP modification in an estimated small open economy DSGE model
24 Apr
9:30 am
Ryan Edwards, PhD scholar, Crawford School, ANU. Palm oil and poverty in Indonesia
10 Apr
9:30 am
Eunsup Jang, PhD Scholar, Crawford School. Risk attitudes and return to education: the effect of risk attitudes on the level of reservation wages among young Korean adults
27 Mar
9:30 am
Paul Amores, PhD scholar, Crawford School, ANU. Mental health and disengaged youth
13 Mar
9:30 am
Nilar Aung, PhD scholar, Crawford School, ANU. Productivity, efficiency and rural development in Myanmar rice production
2 Mar
12:00 pm
Paul Wyrwoll, PhD Scholar, Crawford School of Public Policy. The economics of hydropower: integrating downstream externalities and multiple water uses into dam operator decision-making
27 Feb
9:30 am
Sadia Afrin, PhD scholar, Crawford School. Credit and monetary transmission channels of Bangladesh: an SVAR approach
20 Feb
9:30 am
Lwin Lwin Aung, PhD scholar, Crawford School. Accounting for Myanmar consumption expenditure inequality, 2004/05 and 2009/10
13 Feb
9:30 am
Thang Vo, PhD scholar, Crawford School. Household vulnerability as low expected utility and responses to risks in Vietnam
6 Feb
9:30 am
Sirikarn Lertamphainont, PhD scholar, Crawford School. The effects of natural disasters on household's preferences and behaviour

 

Public Lecture

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Previous seminars

Date Presenter Description
12 Mar
5:30 pm
Dr Mari Elka Pangestu, Professor of International Economics at the University of Indonesia and Former Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Indonesian Government. The 2015 Harold Mitchell Development Policy Annual Lecture - The new economy and development: an Indonesian perspective

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