This conference will put gender front and centre of security, defence and foreign policy. Registration fees apply.
Akihito Asano presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Economic Theory.
This event will see the launch of the book How Change Happens, and a talk by the author Duncan Green on how power and systems shape change, and how individuals and organisations can influence them.
Vijay Joshi reviews India’s current economic performance and discusses what it should do to achieve its ambitious goals.
Giang Nguyen shares her research results on fertility and women’s empowerment in Indonesia.
Donghyun Park and Roland Rajah from the Asian Development Bank present the key findings of ADB’s Development Outlook Report, which this year looks at Asia’s middle income challenge.
The speakers will discuss DFAT’s new aid evaluation policy and two recent aid projects in Indonesia and PNG.
Marcel Schroderdiscusses PNG’s exchange rate policy since the end of the resource boom in 2014.
Andebrhan Welde Giorgis discusses the basic causes of the democratic deficit in Africa today and the prospects for democracy and self-determination in the future.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Sandra Hamid discusses how religious intolerance has taken centre stage in Indonesia’s electoral democracy.
Bogdan Klishchuk presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Economic Theory.
Intergenerational effect of education reform program and maternal education on children’s educational and labour outcomes in Nepal
Rashesh Shrestha investigates the effect of maternal education on children’s educational and labour outcomes in Nepal.
Lawrence Uren presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Sebastian Wende discusses the welfare loss from increasing government revenue using different tax instruments.
Vito Tanzi discusses the challenge of complexity in governments and markets in terms of tax, spending and regulation.
Can good policymaking be an answer to the conflict between politics and policy? Join the panel to discuss how to revive good government at the National Gallery of Australia.
Ross Hammond discusses how to develop and deploy community-level strategies to tackle major health challenges.
Kai-Yun Tsai discusses the determinants of macroeconomic fluctuations in Taiwan.
Dr Andrew Leigh MP discusses the issue of inequality and how policy can create a more equal Australia.
Rohan Best explores whether electricity availability has an influence on economic growth in developing economies.