Professor Francesco Lissoni discusses the potential of patent and inventor data to contribute to the existing literature on migration and innovation.
In this seminar Jamie Cross will provide an overview of his recent paper on the Australian monetary policy.
Rohan Best discusses major impacts caused by 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
In this talk Chris Murphy will discuss the optimal fiscal equalisation policy for Australia.
Renowned scholars and early career researchers debate the gendered effects of changing economic and agrarian relations and their implications for future food security.
Ms Gerda Verburg - Chair of the UN Committee on World Food Security and the World Economic Forum Council on Food Security and Nutrition - will look at the interconnected challenges in food systems to eradicate hunger and malnutrition globally.
Experts from around the world will explore the role and potential consequences of fee deregulation and provide policymakers with more information about possible financing choices for higher education. Registration fee applies.
Two Futures: Australia at a Critical Moment - Clare O’Neil MP and Tim Watts MP, in conversation with Gareth Evans
Join Clare O’Neil MP and Tim Watts MP to discuss what will Australia look like in 2040 and launch their new book Two Futures.
Roger Wilkins draws on Australian tax records and household survey data for the period 2001 to 2013 and discusses trends in income and its distribution.
Jong-Wha Lee will discuss and analyse linkages across countries and over time between education and important economic and political variables.