Darshana Baruah and Hemant Shivakumar present their research on specific topics relating to the India-Australia relationship.
Professor Haruaki Hirota talks on the fiscal effect of municipal mergers with quasi-experimental evidence from Japanese municipal data.
Dr Paul Burke discusses the effects of Indonesia’s fuel subsidy reforms on vehicle travel using panel data from 19 Indonesian toll roads over 2008–2015.
Presentations from the 2016 Aid Budget Breakfast are now uploaded and available here. Link to podcast and webcast will be available soon.
B K Mruthynjaya discusses the use of solar thermal technologies in Rajasthan, India.
Under what conditions can this transition be fast enough to significantly reduce the threat of climate change, while ensuring energy access and security?
Kimlong Chheng examines the link between land ownership security and household food security among 256 farm households in Cambodia.
At this Crawford Research Seminar, Dr Xu will present the findings of her recent research project on financial interconnection.
Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and the National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW)is hosting this roundtable with visiting delegations from South Korea.
Chris Murphy discusses his report for the Department of the Treasury on the economy-wide impacts of the Federal Budget measure of reducing the company tax rate from 30 to 25 per cent.
In the first of a series of special events, Policy Forum.net Editor-in-Chief Quentin Grafton, Sue Regan and Bob Cotton look at the key policy issues confronting the country ahead of the Federal Election.
In this Sir Roland Wilson Foundation Annual Oration, the speakers will reflect on their experiences of how power, politics and personality have influenced the ability to introduce innovative policy both here in Australia and in the UK.
The National Policy Forum is an opportunity for politicians, government officials, non-governmental organisations, media, researchers and the general public to engage in policy areas including indigenous affairs, urban environments, social protection/paid parental leave and health systems.
Yashodha Warunie Senadheera investigates the welfare implications of six alternative monetary policy rules in Sri Lanka.
The impact of credit policy on rice production in Myanmar: a fuzzy regression discontinuity design approach
Nilar Aung investigates the credit policy of the Myanmar Agricultural Development Bank and its impact on rice production in Myanmar.
In this first seminar in the ANU Bell School’s Horizons 2016 series, the panel looks at how and why universities can ensure their continued relevance – and make a difference.
This workshop explores China’s behaviour in multilateral institutions and offers an explanation for it, focusing on the broader strategic environment.
Matthew Kidman discusses the relationship between population ageing and changes in real asset prices in Australia.
This conference takes a fresh and unorthodox look at the growth and the nature of market exchanges in East Asia.
Hom Pant presents a seminar on modelling involuntary unemployment in applied GE models.
Associate Professor Sarah Percy discusses international naval cooperation on counter-piracy.
In this second event of the Federal Election series, Professor Ian Chubb AC, Professor Elanor Huntington, and Dr Lachlan Blackhall discuss innovation and science policy.
James Castle discusses the depth of the Indonesian government’s commitment to a new course, the political, social and bureaucratic obstacles to change and the prospects for success.
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Dr Albert Schram discussed Unitech’s efforts to create a solid governance structure and develop the university, despite its financial constraints and difficult operating environment.
A panel of Papua New Guinean leaders discussed important and innovative approaches being taken in PNG to address gender-based violence.
At this Sir Roland Wilson Foundation forum, the panel offer their thoughts on the 2016 budget.
Dr Don Russell assesses the National Electricity Market scheme with a focus on the nation’s climate change objectives and the particular challenges faced by South Australia.
In this Crawford Research Seminar Dr Mathias Sinning discusses the effect of the launch of the Australian Government’s ‘myschool’ website on house prices in Victoria.
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Professor Eva Eberhartinger presents her research on tax planning.
Ben Phillips discusses the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods’ work on modelling the Australian personal income tax and government benefit system.
A panel discusses the costs and benefits of training Africans in Australia, and the challenges faced by students before, during and after training.
In this third event of the Federal Election series, Professor Rory Medcalf, Professor Michael Wesley and Dr Jill Sheppard discuss security and foreign affairs policy.