In this talk, Dr Hammond will discuss current examples of new ‘systems’ approaches to population health policy and interventions facilitated by the use of complex systems modelling.
In this seminar Professor Hill will use case studies from Southeast Asia to discuss the industry policy debate.
How can we today restate Menzies’ public philosophy about the important but limited role of the public service, with a capacity to contribute to national policy leadership under the direction of elected government led by prime ministers who often have a public mandate to make the system of government work more productively?
In this workshop, Professor Chubb will outline how researchers can carve out a successful research career. This event will be held at the Finkel Theatre, John Curtin School of Medical Research.
Dr Pierre Siklos provides a global insight on monetary policy spillovers.
Professor Weerahewa examines trade and price policies for agriculture in Sri Lanka during 2009-11.
What does the 2015-16 Federal budget hold in store for Australian aid? Experts delivered detailed analysis and commentary during the Development Policy Centre 2015 Aid Budget Breakfast.
Dr PA Kiriwandeniya discussed the importance of the cooperative movement as a development hub for rural communities in Sri Lanka and the challenges ahead.
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The quantitative role of cost channel and UIP modification in an estimated small open economy DSGE model
Gan-Ochir Doojav will examine the quantitative role of the cost channel and the uncovered interest rate parity (UIP) modification in an estimated small open economy DSGE model.
Join the Sir Roland Wilson scholars and leading academics on the debate of the outcomes and implications of the 2015 budget.
In this seminar, Rebecca Mendelsohn will explore the Australian Treasurer’s power to block large-scale foreign investment on the ground that it contravenes the ‘national interest’.
In this talk Christian Gillitzer discusses the impact of an economic slump on government fiscal policy.
In this talk Professor Karel Janda investigates relations between prices of ethanol and biodiesel and its feedstocks.
Neal Hughes examines the design of water property rights in river systems using the Australian Murray-Darling Basin as an example.