The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute presents a landmark research and policy conference on the future of the income tax.
Professor Broome will assess how successful the IPCC has been in its aim of taking account of the importance of ethics in responding to climate change.
Jim Adams, former World Bank Vice President, ANU experts and representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will discuss and debate the findings of two reports on Australia’s response to humanitarian crises in the Horn of Africa and Syria.
In this lecture, Dr Koser will outline key aspects of the broader migration and security discussion and how it is changing.
Rohan Sweeney discusses his paper which analysed a unique dataset of health‐aid recipient countries to investigate the impact of the implementation of Sector Wide Approaches on infant mortality rates.
In this talk, Dr Hammond will provide an overview and several current examples of new ‘systems’ approaches to population health policy and interventions facilitated by the use of complex systems modeling.
How can we today restate Menzies’ public philosophy about the important but limited role of the public service, with a capacity to contribute to national policy leadership under the direction of elected government led by prime ministers who often have a public mandate to make the system of government work more productively?
In this workshop, Professor Chubb will provide an opportunity for researchers at all career stages to discuss how to go about carving out a successful research career. This event will be held at the Finkel Theatre, John Curtin School of Medical Research.
In this public lecture Dr Pierre Siklos will provide an overview of his recent paper on monetary policy spillovers.
Join the Development Policy Centre the morning after the 2015-16 budget for the third annual aid budget breakfast to learn what the budget means for the future of Australian aid.