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April

29
Apr
2014
Crawford School of Public Policy | Workshop

Wattle bites

Grazia Scotellaro

12–1pm

Come along to see Grazia with everyday Wattle questions, or to discuss other technological innovations in teaching (i.e. iPad, Smartboard).

29
Apr
2014
State, Society & Governance in Melanesia Program | Lecture

Colonial origins of the informal economy on the Gazelle Peninsula

Dr John Conroy, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

3–4pm

In this seminar Dr John Conroy will discuss the accommodation of Tolai people, indigenous to the Gazelle Peninsula in the hinterland of Rabaul, to the market economy.

29
Apr
2014
National Security College | Public Seminar

The rise of China and America's Asian allies

Professor Stephen M Walt, Harvard University.

5.45–7pm

In this seminar, Professor Walt will explain why China’s rise will lead to increased security competition in Asia and explore the implications of this trend for United States alliance relations in the region.

30
Apr
2014
Indonesia Project | Indonesia Study Group

The 2014 parliamentary elections in Indonesia: patterns and consequences

Associate Professor Greg Fealy, Professor Ed Aspinall, Dr Marcus Mietzner, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

12.30–2.30pm

At this special Indonesia Study Group panel, experts from ANU will discuss the results of the 2014 parliamentary elections in Indonesia, and what they mean for the upcoming presidential polls.

May

01
May
2014
Social Policy Institute | Public Lecture

Social Policy Institute lecture series

Professor Kelley Johnson, Director, Social Policy Research Centre, The University of New South Wales.

5–6.30pm

In this talk Professor Kelley Johnson will discuss her research on people with disability and its impact on policy and legislation.

02
May
2014
Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Paradigm shifts in aid motives? bilateral aid allocation from the cold war to the global war on terror

Delwar Hossain, PhD scholar, Crawford School.

9.30–11am

In this seminar Delwar Hossain will investigate how the relative importance of different aid allocation motives change following the changes in global geo-strategic focus.

06
May
2014
Crawford School of Public Policy | Workshop

Wattle bites

Grazia Scotellaro

12–1pm

Come along to see Grazia with everyday Wattle questions, or to discuss other technological innovations in teaching (i.e. iPad, Smartboard).

06
May
2014
Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | ACDE Trade & Development Seminars

The yield of plant variety protection

Dr Russell Thomson, University of Melbourne.

2–3.30pm

Dr Thompson examines the effect of the introduction of plant variety protection on the output of Australian wheat breeders.

06
May
2014
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific | Other

ANU graduate studies information evening

ANU representatives.

4–7pm

The graduate studies information evening will allow prospective graduate students to find out about ANU and the graduate coursework and research programs on offer.

12
May
2014
Asia & the Pacific Policy Society | Lecture

Dangerous Allies: Australia’s role in the Pacific

The Right Honourable Malcolm Fraser AC CH, 22nd Prime Minister of Australia.

5.30–6.30pm

In this lecture, the Rt Hon Malcolm Fraser will explore the ideas presented in his new book Dangerous Allies. He will examine Australia’s history of strategic dependence on ‘great and powerful friends’ - namely the United States and the British empire - and question the continuation of this position.

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