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G20: Issues of Importance for Developing Countries and Indonesia's role

Public Lecture, 23 August, 2011
Sri Mulyani Indrawati, World Bank

Abstract

Sri Mulyani Indrawati is Managing Director, The World Bank. She is responsible for the Bank's operations in Latin America and the Caribbean, East Asia and the Pacific, and the Middle East and North Africa. Prior to joining the World Bank in June 2010, Sri Mulyani served as Indonesia's Minister of Finance. In this capacity she guided the economic policy of one of the largest countries in Southeast Asia, and one of the biggest states in the world, successfully navigating through the global economic crisis, implementing key reforms and earning the respect of her peers internationally.

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2011

Inaugural Crawford School Reflections

Public Lecture, 6 December 2011
Dr John Hewson

Advice to PhD Students

2nd Crawford PhD Annual Conference, 29 November 2011
Dr Andrew Leigh MP, Federal Member for Fraser

Carbon markets and international linkage: Australia and the UN Climate Change Conference, Durban 2011

Public Lecture, 25 November 2011
Greg Combet AM MP Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

The Slowing Down of Long-term Growth in Asia: Natural Causes, the Middle-Income Trap and Politics

Crawford School seminar series, 16 November 2011
James Riedel, Johns Hopkins University

Patterns of Intra-Party Competition in Open-List & SNTV Systems

Crawford School seminar series, 15 November 2011
Matthew S. Shugart, University of California, San Diego

Themes from The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society

Crawford School seminar series, 8 November 2011
Professor John Dryzek, Research School of Social Sciences

The Vulnerability of Settlements, Infrastructures, Agriculture, and Tourism along the Coastal Zones of Legaspi City, Philippines to the Impacts of Sea Level Rise

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Marcel Laud (MNHD)

Education and Climate Change Resilience in the Philippines: Concepts and Cases

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Kiko de Guzman (MCC)

Mainstreaming Flood Risk Reduction in Comprehensive Land Use Planning in the Philippines: The Case Study of San Fernando City, Pampanga

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Ross de Leon (MNHD)

Women as Change Agents for Adaptation to Climate Change: Flood Management in Bangladesh

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Mahenaw Wara (MEMD)

New Modern Coral Records from Optimum Sites of Paleoclimatic Variability in the SE Tropical Indian Ocean and Regional Impacts and Implications of the Indian Ocean Dipole on Drought and Socio-Economic Problems in SE Australia

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Ben Plunkett (MNHD)

Volcano Early Warning Systems and Associated Impacts to Community Evacuation Decision Making: A Case Study of Mt Merapi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Neni Marlina (MNHD)

Landslide Hazard Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis of Landslide-Prone Barangays in Olongapo City, Zambales Province, Philippines

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Edward Aguinaldo (MNHD)

Mindano Fault Daguma Extension as Revealed by Seismic Reflection Data and Implications to Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Mabelline Cahulogan (MNHD)

Mapping Earthquake Foci and Focal Mechanisms along the Sunda Megathrust Surface for the Australian Tsunami Warning System

Student Research Presentations, 4 November 2011
Sarah Lawrie (EMSC Special Topic)

Energy and Economic Growth: The 'Stylized Facts'

Crawford School seminar series, 1 November 2011
David Stern

Banking on Aid

Function, 27 October 2011
Jessica Rosien (Oxfam Australia), Paul Wojciechowski (AusAID)

Banking on Aid

Function, 27 October 2011
Jonathan Cornford (Manna Gum), Matthew Morris (ANU)

Fulfilling Australia's international climate finance commitments

Other, 27 October 2011
David Lansley, (An NGO perspective on climate change finance)

Fulfilling Australia's international climate finance commitments

Other, 27 October 2011
Jonathan Pickering, presentation on report (magnitude of Australia's share, aid implications)

Fulfilling Australia's international climate finance commitments

Other, 27 October 2011
Howard Bamsey: chair's introduction; Frank Jotzo, presentation on report (overview, sources of Australian finance)

Transboundary and national water resources governance in Southern Africa

Crawford School seminar series, 25 October 2011
Krasposy Kujinga, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe

Revitalising the PNG-Australia Relationship

Public Lecture, 12 October 2011
The Hon. Peter O'Neill, Prime Minister, Papua New Guinea

Rural Poverty in Remote Papua New Guinea: Report Launch

Other, 11 October 2011
The Hon. Richard Marles MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs

The Cost of Path Dependency in the Murray Darling Basin

Crawford School seminar series, 11 October 2011
Daniel Connell

Enhancing the Capabilities of Central Finance Agencies: A Political Economy Perspective

Crawford School seminar series, 4 October 2011
Björn Dressel

Economic Update (Discussant)

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Titik Anas (CSIS & ANU)

Economic Update

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Raden Purnagunawan (Padjajaran University)

Economic Update

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Chris Manning (ANU)

Political Update (Discussant)

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Douglas Ramage (AusAID)

Political Update

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Greg Fealy (ANU)

Opening Address

Indonesia Update Conference 2011, 30 September 2011
Tom Kompas (Director, Crawford School, ANU) Gareth Evans (Chancellor, ANU)

Has Japan Changed Economic Thinking

Crawford School seminar series, 27 September 2011
Jenny Corbett

The Future of PNG and the role of Australia

Seminar, 21 September 2011
Sir Rabbie Langanai Namaliu

Engaging North Korea

Public Lecture, 8 September 2011
Stephan M. Haggard

Community-Based Initiatives on Building Resilience to Floods: Disaster Risk Reduction Programs of BUKLOD TAO - Philippines

Crawford School seminar series, 6 September 2011
Doracie Nantes

Welcome, Opening Remarks - Why the government is getting it right

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Tom Kompas,The Hon Mark Dreyfus QC, MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Climate

Is the planet really warming?

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Trevor Breusch

Improving the carbon tax package

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Warwick McKibbin

Prices, targets and trading

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Frank Jotzo

Panel and audience discussion

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Steve Hatfield-Dodds

Panel and audience discussion

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Henry Ergas

Panel and audience discussion

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Richard Denniss

The politics of the matter

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Paul Kelly

The politics of the matter

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Michelle Grattan

Industry issues in the carbon tax package

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
David Pearce

Impacts for low income Australians

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Simon Schrapel

The jobs issue

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Bruce Chapman

Taxation issues in the carbon tax package

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
John Freebairn

Global action: how to quicken the pace

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Howard Bamsey

Climate action for the real world

Crawford School Dialogue, 5 September 2011
Senator Simon Birmingham, Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment

Promoting Domestic Reforms through Regionalism

Seminar, 30 August 2011
Philippa Dee

PNG in transition: political and economic update

Forum, 25 August 2011
Matthew Morris and Eric Kwa

G20: Issues of Importance for Developing Countries and Indonesia's role

Public Lecture, 23 August 2011
Sri Mulyani Indrawati, World Bank

How many jobs is 23,510, really? Reflections on the likely employment impacts of carbon pricing policy

Seminar, 23 August 2011
Bruce Chapman

The Next Convergence: The Future of Economic Growth in a Multi-speed World

Crawford School Oration, 17 August 2011
Michael Spence

ADB President Kuroda at Crawford School

Interview, 16 August 2011
Haruhiko Kuroda

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: business vs bureaucracy in international development

Forum, 11 August 2011
Ian Anderson

Towards economic and policy analysis of adaptation to climate change

Seminar, 9 August 2011
Dr Neil Byron

Testing Islam's political advantage: Evidence from Indonesia

Seminar, 29 July 2011
Thomas B. Pepinsky

The Independent Aid Review and the Government's Response

Seminar, 11 July 2011
Peter Baxter

The Independent Aid Review and the Government's Response

Seminar, 11 July 2011
Tom Kompas, Sandy Hollway

Can Asia grow fast on its own? The economics of a dynamic middle.

Public Lecture, 4 July 2011
Peter A. Petri

IDA: The Path Ahead

Forum, 21 June 2011
Axel van Trotsenburg

Mobile workers, social protection and 'belonging' in a global labour market

Crawford School seminar series, 7 June 2011
Paul Callister

Conflicts between climate, energy and water policies: lessons from the United States

Public Lecture, 31 May 2011
Michael Webber

Deepwater Horizon: What Happened, Why and What Does it Mean for Offshore Drilling?

RMAP research seminar, 19 May 2011
Dr Frank Alcock

Is there an economic case protecting foreign investors through binding international agreements? A.k.a "Should we have ISDS in IPPAs and FTAs?"

Crawford School seminar series, 17 May 2011
Dr Emma Aisbett

Australia's role in supporting REDD+

Crawford School Dialogue, 13 May 2011
Luca Tacconi, Crawford School, ANU

The limit of Australian influence on forest policy in Papua New Guinea

Crawford School Dialogue, 13 May 2011
Colin Filer, RMAP, Crawford School, ANU

Australia's role in reducing regional deforestation

Crawford School Dialogue, 13 May 2011
Peter Kanowski, Fenner School, ANU

Opening Remarks

Crawford School Dialogue, 13 May 2011
Bruce Chapman, Crawford School, ANU

The Importance of 'Maximum Economic Yield' in Fisheries Management

Crawford School seminar series, 10 May 2011
Tom Kompas, Director, Crawford School

Global Production Sharing: Emerging Patterns and Policy Implications

Crawford School seminar series, 3 May 2011
Prema-chandra Athukorala

Preventing recurring food crises

Crawford School seminar series, 29 April 2011
Shenggen Fan

The Real Issue for Future Comparative Policy Research: Does Government Matter?

Crawford School Seminar series, 19 April 2011
Frank Castles

Panel Presentation - Demographic Change

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Creina Day

Panel Presentation - Changing Energy Demand

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Paul Burke

Panel Presentation - Changing Trade Patterns

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Prema-chandra Athukorala

Panel Presentation - Poverty Reduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Peter Warr

Country Presentation - Indonesia

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Ross H McLeod

Country Presentation - India

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Raghbendra Jha

Country Presentation - China

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Ligang Song

Country Presentation - Japan

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Jenny Corbett

Opening Remarks

Crawford School Dialogue, 12 April 2011
Bruce Chapman and Tetsuro Amano

Parliament and the politics of climate change

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Andrew Leigh, John Hewson, Lenore Taylor; Chair: Frank Jotzo

Australia's climate change strategy in the global context

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Erwin Jackson, Harry Clarke, Peter J Wood; Chair: Howard Bamsey

International climate policy

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Mark-C Lewis, Cameron Hepburn; Chair: Stephen Howes

International climate policy

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
David Victor; Chair: Stephen Howes

Power sector and land use

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Iain Macgill, Lorraine Stephenson, Andrew Macintosh; Chair: Steve Hatfield-Dodds

Garnaut Climate Change Review Update 2011

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Ross Garnaut; Chair: John Quiggin

Carbon pricing and Australia's mitigation commitment

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Frank Jotzo, Steve Hatfield-Dodds, Warwick McKibbin, John Quiggin; Chair: Salim Mazouz

Australia's Climate Policy Options - Opening remarks

Environment and Economics 2011, 31 March 2011
Tom Kompas, Blair Comley, Will Steffen; Chair: Frank Jotzo

Willingness to Pay to Avoid Summer Water Restrictions

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Diane Dupont, Chair: Ben McNair

Analysing the factors affecting residential water demand in OECD countries and policy recommendations

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Hang To, Chair: Ben McNair

Dynamically Efficient Water Pricing

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Michael Ward, Chair: Ben McNair

Increase block tariffs, fairness and efficiency

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Hugh Sibly, Chair: Ben McNair

Climate Risks

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
John Quiggin, Chair: Jamie Pittock

Impacts of Climate Change on the Irrigation Sector in the Southern

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Ejaz Qureshi, Chair: Jamie Pittock

Sustaining healthy rivers with climate change: The Murray-Darling Basin

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Quentin Grafton, Chair: Jamie Pittock

The Science-Policy Interface in the Climate Change Regime

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Amanda Lynch, Chair: Jamie Pittock

Institutional Experimentation in the Murray-Darling Basin

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Daniel Connell, Chair: Allan Curtis

Developing Participatory Risk Management Approaches to Water Planning: Insights from Australia and Bulgaria

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Katherine Daniell, Chair: Allan Curtis

Canterbury Water Management Strategy: A Collaborative Governance Approach to Achieving Sustainable Water Management

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Bryan Jenkins, Chair: Allan Curtis

Trade-offs in Environmental and Irrigation Carry-over and Water Trade Policy

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Jeff Connor, Chair: James Horne

Water Reform Priorities: Whose? When?

Environment and Economics 2011, 30 March 2011
Neil Byron, Chair: James Horne

Valuing Protection Against Biosecurity Invasions Using Stated Preference Methods

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
John Rolfe, Chair: Susan Hester

Surveillance strategies for eradicating biological invasions: A red imported fire ant case study

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Danny Spring, Chair: Susan Hester

Predictions and preferences in biosecurity - accessible tools from decision analysis

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Terry Walshe, Chair: Mike Cole

The Economics of Optimal Marine Reserve Design

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Hoang Long Chu, Chair: Mike Cole

The Economics of Containment versus Eradication of an Invasive Species

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Oscar Cacho, Chair: Paul Morris

Public perceptions and preferences for environmental biosecurity in Southeast Queensland

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Michael Ward, Chair: Paul Morris

The Value of Early Detection: Optimal Surveillance Measures for Biosecurity

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Tom Kompas, Chair: Paul Morris

Frontiers in the Economics of Biosecurity and Environmental Economics - Opening remarks

Environment and Economics 2011, 29 March 2011
Rona Mellor, Chair: Tom Kompas

The Launch of: "Natural Hazards, Unnatural Disasters: The Economics of Effective Prevention"

Launch, 9 March 2011
Tom Kompas, Apurva Sanghi, Alan March, Marc Purcell and Leo Dobes

Africa: Innovations in aid and development policy

Crawford School seminar series, 10 February 2011
Todd Moss

Recent shocks and long-term change in the Samoan economy

Crawford School seminar series, 8 February 2011
John Gibson

DOUBLING AUSTRALIAN AID - Close of Conference

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Sandy Hollway, Chair, Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness

Panel 5: Practitioners' Panel: reflections on aid

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Mark Baird, formerly Vice-President, World Bank

Panel 5: Practitioners' Panel: reflections on aid

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Jane Thomason, Director, JTA International and Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Population Health, University of Queensland.

Panel 5: Practitioners' Panel: reflections on aid

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Bob McMullan, formerly Parliamentary Secretary for International Development, and Adjunct Professor, Crawford School

Panel 5: Practitioners' Panel: reflections on aid - Introduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Matt Morris, Research Fellow, Crawford School and Deputy Director, Development Policy Centre

PANEL 4: THE PACIFIC - AID AND INTEGRATION

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Kalio Tavola, formerly Fiji's Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Board Member, Pacific Institute of Public Policy

PANEL 4: THE PACIFIC - AID AND INTEGRATION

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
John Gibson, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Waikato

PANEL 4: THE PACIFIC - AID AND INTEGRATION

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Satish Chand, Professor, School of Business, UNSW@ADFA

PANEL 4: THE PACIFIC - AID AND INTEGRATION

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Manjula Luthria, Senior Economist, World Bank

PANEL 4: THE PACIFIC - AID AND INTEGRATION - Introduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Richard Marles, MP, Parliamentary Secretary for the Pacific

PANEL 3B: PACIFIC AID ANALYSIS - Aid to Vanuatu: successes and failures

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Nik Soni, Chair, Pacific Institute of Public Policy. Chair: Annmaree O'Keeffe, Research Fellow, Lowy Institute and Research Associate, Development Policy Centre

PANEL 3B: PACIFIC AID ANALYSIS - Does the Pacific get too much aid?

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Simon Feeny, Associate Professor, Economics, RMIT. Chair: Annmaree O'Keeffe, Research Fellow, Lowy Institute and Research Associate, Development Policy Centre

PANEL 3B: PACIFIC AID ANALYSIS - Lessons from the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI)

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Sinclair Dinnen, Senior Fellow, State, Society and Governance in Melanesia. Chair: Annmaree O'Keeffe, Research Fellow, Lowy Institute and Research Associate, Development Policy Centre

Panel 3A: Aid and Climate Change - Reducing tropical deforestation: lessons from the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Erik Olbrei, Research Associate, Development Policy Centre Chair: Frank Jotzo, Director Climate Change Economics and Policy Centre, Crawford School

Panel 3A: Aid and Climate Change - Climate finance and aid: implications for Australia

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Jonathan Pickering, Research Associate, Development Policy Centre

Panel 3A: Aid and Climate Change - Introduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Frank Jotzo, Director Climate Change Economics and Policy Centre, Crawford School

PANEL 2B: GLOBAL CASE-STUDIES - The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: business versus bureaucracy in international development

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Ian Anderson, Director, Ian Anderson Economics.Chair: Mark Baird, formerly Vice-President, World Bank

PANEL 2B: GLOBAL CASE-STUDIES - Australian aid to Africa: lessons from Malawi

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Aaron Batten, Economist, Debt and Aid Management Division, Ministry of Finance, Malawi. Chair: Mark Baird, formerly Vice-President, World Bank

PANEL 2B: GLOBAL CASE-STUDIES - Is there a micro-macro paradox in international aid, or do the data deceive?

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Cate Rogers, Research Associate, Development Policy Centre and formerly Director, Office of Development Effectiveness, AusAID. Chair: Mark Baird, formerly Vice-President, World Bank

Panel 2A: Asian Case-studies - Delivering Australian aid to Afghanistan

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Michele Lipner, member of the ACFID Afghanistan Working Group, and formerly ACFID Secondee to the Asia Pacific Civil-Military Centre of Excellence

Panel 2A: Asian Case-studies - The role of aid in Asia's development: learning from success

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Stephen Smith, Principal Economist, Access Economics

Panel 2A: Asian Case-studies - Aid and the Asian tsunami

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Peter McCawley, Visiting Fellow, Arndt-Corden Division, Crawford School

Panel 2A: Asian Case-studies - Introduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Margaret Callan, Visiting Research Fellow, Crawford School

Panel 1: The Rapidly Changing Aid Scene - New directions in non-government aid

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Chris Roche, Director, Development Effectiveness, Oxfam Australia and Adjunct Associate Professor, Institute for Human Security, La Trobe University

Panel 1: The Rapidly Changing Aid Scene - Emerging donors

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Sean Burges, Lecturer in International Relations, School of Politics and International Relations, ANU

Panel 1: The Rapidly Changing Aid Scene - Aid innovations

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Matt Morris, Research Fellow, Crawford School (with Jonathon Pryke, Research Associate, Development Policy Centre)

Panel 1: The Rapidly Changing Aid Scene - Introduction

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Andrew Macintyre, Dean, College of Asia and the Pacific

Doubling Australian Aid - What Matters for Aid Effectiveness?

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Stephen Howes, Director, Development Policy Centre

Doubling Australian Aid - AusAID reforms

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Peter Baxter, Director General, Australian Agency for International Development

Doubling Australian Aid - Welcome

Crawford School Dialogue, 7 February 2011
Professor Tom Kompas

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