The Australian minimum wage and the needs of a family – 100 years of change, the institutions and outcomes
Rob Bray presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on the minimum wage.
John Conroy explores how a variant of Keith Hart’s informal economy emerged among indigenous Gorokans in colonial Papua New Guinea.
The research concentrates on a case study in Aceh Province, Indonesia, and particularly ‘Aceh Green’, which was a provincial wide green economy initiative attempted between 2008 and 2012.
The Indigenous Health staff from the Rural Clinical School at the ANU Medical School present this film screening of ‘Prison Songs’. The film will be followed by a panel discussion on issues raised.
Dr Begona Dominquez presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
This forum presented the joint ANU-World Bank report, Pacific Possible on labour mobility.
Professor Dipesh Chakrabarty discusses what the humanities can contribute to our understanding of climate change.
Associate Professor Gigi Foster presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Richard Fontaine discusses how either a Democratic or Republican administration will tackle the foreign policy challenges of the post-Obama United States.
Patrick Hamshere presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on economic theory.
Professor Benno Torgler discusses research on tax compliance.
Technical and policy issues in the integration of renewable energy technologies to the electricity grid in the Asia-Pacific countries
Dr Arif Syed discusses technical and policy issues related to the integration of renewable electricity into existing electricity networks in several Asia-Pacific countries.
Sagiri Kitao presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Professor Yang Yao presents this Reseach School of Economics Seminar.
This year’s Labour Econometrics Workshop provides an opportunity for researchers in applied microeconometrics to share and discuss their latest research, and receive constructive feedback.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Dr Keith Barney examines how hydropower produces social marginalisation, based upon a decade of ethnographic research in central Laos’ Hinboun Valley.
This launch will see a panel of talented young people taking questions from the audience on achieving sustainability in Australia and globally.
The event will see the Canberra launch of the Australia-China Joint Economic Report. The report is the first major joint study of the economic relationship between Australia and China.
Peter Warr investigates the policies that have contributed to Thailand’s extraordinary success as automobile producer and exporter.
Amalinda Savirani discusses native (Pribumi) entrepreneurs using the cases of the batik and construction sectors in the provincial town of Pekalongan, Central Java.
Professor Markus Brueckner examines the relationship between urbanisation and mortality, focusing on different regions across the globe.
Andrew Small explains the ramifications of Sino-Pakistani ties for the West, for India, for Afghanistan and for Asia as a whole.
The power of institutions: the importance of effective governments for electricity use in developing countries
Rohan Best discusses the effectiveness of institutions for increasing electricity use in developing countries.
This event is an initiative under the auspices of the Head of the Humanities Research Centre and the Director of the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science to provide a space for continuing dialogue among ANU scientists, social scientists and humanities scholars.
Harry Bloch explains the failure of the Malthusian prediction.
Gabriel Carroll presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
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.