Carlos Oyarzun presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Economic Theory.
Debdulal Mallick takes a new look at labour/capital substitution and the secular decline in the labour share of income.
At this Research School of Economics lecture, Professor John Quiggin discusses what’s next for economic policy in Australia.
Hans Fehr presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Macroeconomics.
Vasilis Sarafidis presents this Research School of Economics seminar.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Dr Amanda Smullen discusses the potential for learning in the ongoing routines of Australia’s intergovernmental health machinery.
Leading speakers from India, China and Australia discuss the growing strategic rivalry brewing in the Indian Ocean between two great powers.
Dr Keith Shepherd discusses how to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa.
The aim of the course is to introduce applied general equilibrium modelling in economic analysis to assess the economy-wide and distributional effects of policy and other economic changes. Registration fee is applicable.
Zhijun Chen presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Economic Theory.
Robert Breunig discusses how poverty and inequality interact to influence economic growth.
Chris Edmond presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Macroeconomics.
In this talk Professor Lesley Head will explore how responses to Anthropocene challenges are hampered by grief for a pristine and certain past.
Alrick Campbell analyses Jamaica’s electricity demand.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Zach Ward presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Applied Microeconomics.
Paul Ronalds discussed how Save the Children sought to negotiate the dilemmas it faced to ensure it was always acting ‘in the best interests of children’, while providing welfare, education and recreation services to asylum seekers in Nauru.
Ron Duncan looks at the short- and long-term impact of aid on growth in several South Pacific nations.
Jonathan Chiu presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Macroeconomics.
Professor Elsa Fornero discusses pension reform. The event will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Serena Wilson, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Social Services, and Professor Hazel Bateman from the University of New South Wales.
Dean Yang presents this Research School of Economics seminar.
Steven Hamilton discusses a method for decomposing the elasticity of taxable income (ETI) into its constituent parts.
Murali Agastya presents this Research School of Economics seminar.
Adriyanto Adriyanto shares his findings on effects of fiscal transfers to Indonesian districts.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Associate Professor Tatsuyoshi Okimoto examines the dynamics of expected inflation in Japan and the relation with monetary policy.
John Ma’o Kali examines the successes and challenges of PNG’s public sector and the Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct.
Join this gathering of students and researchers interested in discussing ideas and questions on climate change and related topics.
Arjuna Mohottala discusses the impact of workers’ remittances on the real effective exchange rate (REER) in South Asian countries for the period 1980-2011.
Yijuan Chen presents this Research School of Economics seminar on Economic Theory.
Chris Findlay looks at the performance and potential of the services sector in Indonesia and the need for policy reforms.
In this this Sir Roland Wilson Foundation public lecture, John Heer, a former CEO from the US healthcare sector, shares his experiences in creating engaging organisational cultures.