Mengxi Zhang presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Buavanh Vilavong discusses the factors affecting the participation of landlocked developing countries in global production networks.
Medhi Krongkaew reviews Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission in comparison with similar organisations in other East and Southeast Asian countries.
Aarti Singh presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
The speakers will discuss the impacts of PNG’s recent drought and the relief efforts by the PNG government, donors, churches, international non-government organisations and UN agencies.
Tomoo Kikuchi presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Catherine Mann discusses the key issues raised by OECD’s latest report: the recent upturn in confidence; the disconnection between the financial market and real economic performance; and the need to ensure long-term productivity and inclusiveness.
The cost of floods in developing country megacities: a hedonic price analysis of the Jakarta housing market
Budy Resosudarmo discusses the cost of regular flooding in Jakarta and its impact on house rental prices.
The speakers share their insights on the challenges, successes and the future of the US-Australia alliance.
Christopher Gibbs presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Greg Fealy discuses the role of Islam in the bilateral relationship between Australia and Indonesia.
Wei Jin discusses the problem of optimal growth with resource exhaustibility and pollution externality.
The Mabo Commemoration Oration is being held to recognise the 25th anniversary of the Mabo ruling.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark will deliver this year’s JG Crawford Oration.
Sambit Patra discusses the Indian Government’s efforts to curb crony capitalism and assesses its success so far.
Hal Hill discusses several key development policy issues in the Philippines and examines whether recent improved economic performance can be maintained.
Join the network of experienced national security researchers, practitioners and policymakers in this event to explore which degree and combination of courses best suit your needs.
James Morley presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Alastair JM Walton provides an in-depth analysis of the Texan economy and its legislative frame work.
In this forum, the speakers will discuss whether or not the next generation of leaders and citizens will be able to build a more cohesive world.
Anil Savio Kavuri discusses how social justice positively influences economic performance.
The film looks at an extraordinary meeting of cultures in PNG. A Q&A discussion will follow the movie.
Lisa Marriott discusses recent developments in welfare and tax systems that have led to discriminatory treatment of those who are least privileged in New Zealand.
At this special event, the Institute for Economics and Peace will discuss its 2017 Global Peace Index. With more than ten years of data, the report provides the world’s best analysis of the statistical factors associated with long-term peace as well the macroeconomic impacts of violence.