This two-day workshop will bring together leading scholars on the economics and politics of key regions with an eye to weaving together a consistent view of the likely global economic outlook over the coming decade. It will explore regional dimensions of the global economic outlook, linkages between them, and the implications for global economic modelling scenarios.
Come along to see Grazia with everyday Wattle questions, or to discuss other technological innovations in teaching (i.e. iPad, Smartboard).
This special panel event brings together experts including Dr Ng Shui Meng, the partner of Sombath Somphone, one of Lao People’s Democratic Republic’s leading civil society voices, to discuss the ongoing problem of enforced disappearances in Southeast Asia.
Professor Max Corden will discuss his recent work with Professor Sisira Jayasuria, on Japan’s macroeconomic challenge, namely ‘fiscal sustainability problem’. They offer a solution to reconcile the possible need for continued Keynesian policies with the sustainability problem.
More than 20 per cent of people in Pacific Island Countries live in hardship. On March 6, experts from the World Bank will present the findings of two reports that explore this issue both in the Pacific and worldwide.
The 21st anniversary of the Hilmer Report provides a timely reminder and opportunity for a stocktake of what led to the microeconomic reforms of the 1990s, and what competition and deregulation reforms Australia may need looking forward. This public event brings together leading experts to discuss the challenges and choices facing Australia in terms of competition policy and deregulation.