Dr Takeki Sunakawa presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Professor Arthur Lewbel presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Dr Muhamad Chatib Basri looks at discussions around tapering in 2013 and the impacts on some emerging market countries such as Indonesia, India, Brazil, South Africa and Turkey.
At this Research School of Economics Seminar, Professor Ian King analyses the impact of public policy on unemployment.
Professor Samuel Hickey from the University of Manchester presents the key findings of a five-year comparative investigation into the politics of development in Africa and Asia.
Professor Hal Hill examines Indonesian economic development over the past half-century, across both the Soeharto and Democratic eras.
Dr Eli Remolona presents this joint seminar by the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, and the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, at Crawford School.
This event will see the launch of two books The Oil Palm Complex: Smallholders, Agribusiness and the State in Indonesia and Malaysia and Youth Identities and Social Transformations in Modern Indonesia. Admission by gold coin donation to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
Nick Guo presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Alan Martina presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Applied Microeconomics.
In this Research School of Economics Seminar, Professor Van Long Ngo discusses optimal non-linear pricing schemes and compares them to linear pricing.
Dr Mathias Sinning presents some preliminary findings of his work with the Nielsen Homescan Survey.
Professor Catherine Eckel presents this FH Gruen Lecture on behavioural economics presented by ANU Research School of Economics.
In this Policy Forum.net event, Liana Downey explains why some nonprofit and government leaders actually succeed in changing the world, while others struggle to make an impact.
Professor Judith Freedman and other experts discuss corporate tax in the United Kingdom and Australia.
Professor Thorsten Beck discusses a new stock return-based methodology to measure sectoral specialisation and differentiation.
Dr Simon Springer examines the plight of homeless people in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED AND REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED.
The China Economy Program at Crawford School, in collaboration with the Rio Tinto-ANU China Partnership, presents the annual China Update. This year’s Update explores the challenge of the slowdown in growth and the change in economic structure in China.
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. All members of the ANU community are invited to attend the NAIDOC Week activities.
Experts discuss the extent and nature of climate financing in the Pacific, its governance, and Australia’s contribution.
Join this gathering of students and researchers interested in discussing ideas and questions on climate change and related topics.
In this panel discussion, the speakers will discuss the Hague tribunal ruling on the Philippines UNCLOS case.
Achieving greater efficiency in Indonesian telecommunications: is the Indonesia broadband plan the answer?
Rob Albon reviews telecommunications reforms in Indonesia.
Join this heritage walk led by Professor Bill Gammage, to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Rim El Kadi explains the challenges of implementing donor-driven reform of the water sector in Lebanon.
Cognitive dissonance and forecaster overconfidence in a model of inflation expectations with distributional inaccuracies
Professor Shaun Vahey discusses his research.
As part of NAIDOC Week, all members of the ANU community are invited to the university-wide barbecue.
This paper seeks to address the question whether we should interpret Indonesia’s population history as essentially discontinuous, as rapid population rises encouraged by fertile volcanic soils were interrupted by major eruptions and earthquakes.
Dr Seth G Jones offers insights into the dynamics of insurgent groups, weaving together examples from current events and recent history.