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June

01
Jun
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | ACDE Seminar

Gender norms and domestic abuse: evidence from Australia

Professor Robert Breunig, Australian National University

2–3.30pm

Robert Breunig presents findings on how female breadwinning affects the likelihood of domestic abuse.

June

04
Jun
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Effectiveness of electric vehicle incentives in China

Tong Zhang

11am–12pm

Tong Zhang presents her PhD research on electric vehicles in China.

June

11
Jun
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

How do manufacturing jobs and labour mobility affect wage inequality? Evidence from Indonesia

Martha Primanthi

11am–12pm

Martha Primanthi presents her PhD research on manufacturing jobs and labour mobility in Indonesia.

June

15 to 25
Jun
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | Executive Education

Behavioural economics: concepts, tools and applications

Dr Ho Fai Chan and Professor Uwe Dulleck

12.30pm

This course will provide an introduction to the methods used in behavioural economics. After an introduction to the basic concept of an experimental approach and why it may be needed to enable government and researchers to evaluate policy interventions, this course will explain the foundations of causal analysis, discuss important statistical concepts relevant for design and implementation of randomised controlled trials.

June

17
Jun
2021
Development Policy Centre | Workshop

Pacific migration research workshop

Various speakers

9am–5pm

The call for papers for the Pacific migration research workshop is now open. The submissions deadline is Friday 9 April.

June

18
Jun
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

The impact of trade on technical efficiency of investment in renewable energy electricity generation capacity

Yichang Liu

11am–12pm

Yichang Liu presents his PhD research on trade and renewable energy.

June

28 to 02
Jun to Jul
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | Executive Education

Gender analysis of development projects and programs

Dr Joyce Das

This course aims to enable its participants with cutting-edge hands-on analytical tools of gender analysis in the context of development. The course takes an approach that is critical, hands-on, and inclusive. By offering a range of key gender themes, analytical tools, as well as thought-provoking thematic and regional case studies from different cultural contexts, the course engages the participants in thinking gender critically in the development projects, programs, and organisations.

28 to 16
Jun to Jul
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | Executive Education

Gender Mainstreaming Series

Dr Joyce Das

This course aims to enable its participants with cutting-edge hands-on analytical tools of gender analysis and gender mainstreaming in the context of development. The course takes an approach that is critical, hands-on, and inclusive. By offering a range of key gender themes, analytical tools, as well as thought-provoking thematic and regional case studies from different cultural contexts, the course engages the participants in thinking gender critically in the development projects, programs, and organisations.

July

12 to 16
Jul
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | Executive Education

Gender mainstreaming in development projects, programs and organisations

Dr Joyce Das

This course aims to enable its participants with cutting-edge hands-on analytical tools of gender analysis and gender mainstreaming in the context of development. The course takes an approach that is critical, hands-on, and inclusive. By offering a range of key gender themes, analytical tools, as well as thought-provoking thematic and regional case studies from different cultural contexts, the course engages the participants in thinking gender critically in the development projects, programs, and organisations. Upon completion of this course, the participants will have a fair understanding of the concepts and approaches of gender mainstreaming both at the project/program and organisational levels; will be able to demonstrate a critical appreciation of the gender issues by describing and evaluating data from a gender perspective; and will have the skills to identify the gender concerns and gaps and formulate and appraise gender mainstreamed development projects and programs.

July

30
Jul
2021
Crawford School of Public Policy | PhD Seminar (Econ)

Climate change mitigation co-benefits in the Chinese power sector: How do wealthier and poorer regions differ?

Xueting Jiang

11am–12pm

Xueting Jiang presents a thesis proposal review on energy and climate change mitigation in China.

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