JAN | FEB | MAR | APR | MAY | JUN | JUL | AUG | SEP | OCT | NOV | DEC

January

24
Jan
2019
Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis | Seminar

Climatic disruptions and output gaps: should central banks incorporate climate effects into policy?

Augustus Panton, PhD student, CAMA

11am–12pm

This seminar presents a multivariate filtering model estimated by the data-driven Maximum Likelihood technique in the state-space context to derive climate-neutral measures of potential output and output gaps.

February

07
Feb
2019
South Asian Bureau of Economic Research | Seminar

The constitution and institutions under Xi Jinping

Dr Ryan Manuel

11am–12.30pm

With all the focus on President Xi Jinping’s removal of term limits in his constitutional change, the other forty-odd constitutional changes were ignored. This seminar will provide insights into Xi’s apparent new institutional turn.

February

18 to 20
Feb
2019
Development Policy Centre | Conference

2019 Australasian Aid Conference

Various

2–6pm

The Australasian Aid Conference will be held on 18-20 February 2019, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.

18
Feb
2019
Development Policy Centre | Launch

2019 Australasian Aid Conference launch events

Various speakers

2–4pm

The 2019 Australasian Aid Conference will run from 18-20 February. As part of the pre-conference program, a series of four report and book launches will be open to the public, covering the role of ASEAN, Australian development policy, addressing inequality and marginalisation, and peace and justice in the Pacific.

February

18
Feb
2019
Development Policy Centre | Public Seminar

Promoting empowerment through aid for trade

Dr Bambang Susantono, Dr Cyn-Young Park, and Dr Shishir Priyadarshi

4.30–6pm

International trade has been instrumental to rapid economic growth and poverty reduction in Asia and the Pacific, but its benefits are not always shared equitably amongst all segments of the economy. How can international trade promote inclusive growth and empowerment?

April

05
Apr
2019
Crawford School of Public Policy | Lecture

Building women’s livelihoods: an evidence-based theory of change

Professor Naila Kabeer, London School of Economics

5.30–7.30pm

This presentation will examine the usefulness of purposive efforts of policymakers to promote women’s livelihood capabilities. Professor Naila Kabeer will show what we can learn about women’s economic empowerment from efforts that have proved to be effective – as well as those that have not.

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