The economics of hydropower: integrating downstream externalities and multiple water uses into dam operator decision-making
In this thesis proposal review, Paul Wyrwoll will present research that applies economic theory and modelling to the problem of maximising social benefits from hydropower dams and reservoirs.
The 2015 Narayanan Oration will be delivered by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw. She will talk on ‘Innovating for growth: building India-Australia high-tech business cooperation through start-ups’.
The measurement of social impacts as a public policy problem: the case of major resource projects in Papua New Guinea
In this seminar Dr Colin Filer will discuss measuring major resource projects’ social impacts.
In this workshop, renowned Korean and international specialists in government, academia and research institutes will present their academic and policy-oriented research related to the prospects of Korean reunification and its economic consequences for the Korean peninsula and neighboring countries.
The seminar is based on an article prepared by Bosworth, Cutbush and Jenny Corbett for the WTO Bali Ministerial Meeting in 2012. The speakers discuss why it is hard to save the WTO and how the proliferation of preferential trade agreements exacerbates the problem.
In this seminar Sidney Jones and Solahudin will discuss why Indonesia still lacks a national strategy on counter-terrorism.
In this seminar Yusuke Koizumi will discuss the expansion of independent smallholders’ oil palm cultivation in Riau province, Indonesia.
In this talk Dr Marcus Mietzner will evaluate Jokowi’s first few months in office and try to gauge what lies ahead.
The 2015 Harold Mitchell Development Policy Annual Lecture - The new economy and development: an Indonesian perspective
Dr Mari Elka Pangestu discussed Indonesia’s new wave of economic change and the challenges ahead.
In this seminar Nilar Aung will analyse the source and extent of potential productivity and efficiency gains in Myanmar rice production.
This two day workshop will bring together leading scholars on the economics of key regions with an eye to weaving together a consistent view of the likely global economic outlook over the coming decade.
In this seminar Dr Tran will discuss policy options to mitigate fiscal pressure arising from an ageing Australian population.
In this seminar Professor David Stern revisits the Industrial Revolution in Britain in a model that allows the elasticity of substitution between machines and energy to be less than unity.
Professor Tony Makin will talk about Australia’s international competitiveness and economic policy responses.
Former Deputy Governor at the Bank of England, Sir Paul Tucker discusses the conditions for democratic legitimacy of independent agencies using central banks as an example.
In this public forum, leading researchers and commentators will present their analysis and perspectives on Australia’s post-2020 emissions target and issues affecting it.
In this lecture Joe Zveglich and Christopher Edmonds from the Asian Development Bank will present the key Asia and Pacific findings of their annual report.
Professor Li will explore climate regulation and water supply on forest management.