Dr Henry Bastaman discusses how Indonesia is moving forward to realise its Nationally Determined Contributions.
The speakers present this Research School of Economics Seminar.
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Professor Martin Richardson discusses the making of international agreements when there is a real possibility of ‘Brexit-like’ outcomes.
Dr Derek Scissors provides a US perspective on China’s growing overseas investment drive and its implications for the global economy.
In partnership with Jobs Australia, the Social Policy Institute, together with the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and Centre for Social Research and Methods at ANU runs a series of workshops exploring major social policy concerns.
Professor Matthew Shapiro discusses how individuals adjusted spending and saving in response to the 2013 US government shutdown.
Professor Marlies Ahlert presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Adam Triggs discusses the G20’s efforts under five themes: macroeconomic stimulus, fiscal consolidation, monetary policy, the global financial safety net, and global imbalances.
Paul Burke investigates the impact of reductions in subsidies to household and industry electricity consumption in Indonesia during 1992-2015.
The event features the launch of the 2017 World Development Report and a panel discussion.
The conference features papers and interactive sessions on a variety of aid and international development topics. Registration fees apply.
Professor Haruaki Hirota discusses the spatial spillover effect and the free-rider problem among neighbouring municipalities, and uses the example of the local public library service in Japan to investigate whether or not municipal mergers could help solve the problem.
Professor Jane Millar discusses how ensuring adequate incomes for poor working families is a key policy challenge in many countries.
The conference will address the profound change occurring in Myanmar’s economic, social and cultural landscape.
Bigger, weaker, worse: size maximisation and implications for capital returns in Chinese state-owned enterprises
Paul Hubbard presents preliminary findings on the relationship between state ownership, firm size and capital returns in China.
Angus Houston and Rory Medcalf address the National Press Club. Registration fees apply.
Chen Li presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Economic Theory.
Neil H Buchanan compares the current methods of providing retirement security in Australia and the United States.
Katherine Trebeck discusses an emerging vision for a new economy for a challenging 21st century.
Samuel Wills discusses the importance of natural amenities for economic growth, exploiting variation in the quality of surf breaks over space and time in three natural experiments.
Christopher Perks presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Leading academics and practitioners share their perspectives on salient political, economic and legal developments that may define the Duterte administration in the years ahead.
Experts discuss the results of the Jakarta gubernatorial elections on 15 February.
Professor Michael Kidd presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.