Alternative livelihoods for household food security: evidence from a small-island fishing community in Indonesia
Rus’an Nasrudin presents his research on food security in Kei Island, Indonesia.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Dr Leo Dobes proposes an innovative and integrated funding approach for natural disasters and other exigencies, based on a combination of income and equity contingent loans.
Looking to enhance your public policy career with a postgraduate qualification? Talk to Crawford’s team of academics and course advisors at ANU Open Day to explore which public policy postgraduate degree best suits your career goals.
Join this gathering of students and researchers interested in discussing ideas and questions on climate change and related topics.
Yudo Wicaksono tackles the question of whether computer-aided worker productivity helps to explain increasing income inequality in Indonesia.
Yashodha Senadheera provides an overview of her research paper on Sri Lankan’s economy.
This conference will look at politics, the economy, and society in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte.
This event will focus on the recent report of the Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE) on teacher training, and its latest review of operational evaluations.
Food safety legislation in Malaysia: implications for imports and harmonisation of regulations in Southeast Asia
Evelyn Devadason looks at the many non-tariff measures that restrict Malaysia’s food imports, in the context of regulatory harmonisation within ASEAN.
The intractable problem of landowner identification in the PNG LNG project: a historical perspective
Dr Colin Filer answers the question of who or what to blame for the escalation of conflict over the distribution of landowner benefits from the PNG LNG projects?