Tax and transfer policies and sex equality: what Australia, Canada and the UK should learn from experience
In this lecture Professor Kathleen Lahey will discuss tax and transfer policies and gender equality in Australia, Canada and the UK.
This conference looks at contemporary agrarian transition, the political ecology of mineral extraction, the global processes driving the informalisation of mining and aspects of labour processes.
In this seminar, Professor Naoyuki Agawa will discuss the role of Japan’s new security laws in the Indo-Pacific region.
Yessi Vadila will examine the effects of tariff reforms on air pollution measures across 232 Indonesian districts from 1993 to 2002, a time of rapid trade liberalisation.
Dr Anthony Swan from Crawford School presented findings based on multilevel modelling of grade eight student level exam results across PNG.
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Mr Keith Hansen will present recent events and developments in global health and discuss the Bank’s role in supporting global health initiatives.
Umbu Reku Raya explores the plight of the Sumbanese slave castes.
Social insurance for the 21st century? Exploring pathways for a sustainable, equitable and effective welfare system
The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia’s 2015 Symposium will provide an informed and lively discussion on aspects of national and international social insurance schemes. Registration fee is applicable.
Standing with communities: results of Australian community-based climate change action grants in the Pacific and Southeast Asia
This panel discussion shared results and lessons from the Australian Community-Based Climate Change Action Grants (CBCCAG) program in the Pacific and Southeast Asia.
Professor Jakob Madsen examines whether the fact that asset return is greater than income growth rate contributes to widening inequality in Britain.
In this seminar Dony Alex will examine how the transmission of structural shocks has evolved for India over the post-reform period from 1991 to 2014.
This talk will look at improving the existing evidence base for specifying means-tested income support payments.
At the postgraduate studies information session, we’ll provide you tailored course advice about graduate study options at Crawford School. We will also work with you to explore which degree best suits your needs.
Daniel Colover will discuss developments in oil markets and what can be expected in the next few years.
Ryan Edwards will present case studies on the local impacts of resource shocks, focusing on palm oil in Sumatra, coal mining in Kalimantan, and a giant gas field in West Papua.
This conference will provide an opportunity for participants to hear and explore emerging ideas and good practice in dealing with complex public policy issues from leading global and Australian thinkers and practitioners. Registration fee is applicable.
Crawford School PhD Conference 2015 - Friends and partners: the future of regional groupings among Asia-Pacific countries
The 2015 Crawford School PhD conference focuses on the prospects, issues and impacts in one of the most important areas of policy for Australia and its neighbours: the dynamics of groupings within the Asia-Pacific region.
In this seminar Professor David Vines will discuss the coordination of monetary and fiscal policy in a simple New Keynesian model.
Professor Michael Martin of the ANU Promoting Excellence team at the Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching will give a short presentation on the University’s Educational Fellowship Scheme.
At this information session, the National Security College’s academic team will be on hand to outline available courses, and provide you with tailored advice.