Events

December 2018

11
Dec
2018
Crawford School of Public Policy | Centre for Climate Economics and Policy | Seminar

Carbon taxation in a fossil fuel-dependent economy: The case of Canada

Prof Kathryn Harrison, University of British Columbia

Carbon taxes are good policy but bad politics. Yet despite the political challenge, some governments still adopt carbon taxes and most of those survive. Join Kathryn Harrison for this seminar discussing carbon taxation in Canada.

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11
Dec
2018
Crawford School of Public Policy | Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | Indonesia Project | Indonesia Study Group

The road to Indonesia’s 2019 elections

Panel speakers

In this seminar, two pivotal officials in organising the Indonesian elections, as well as a leading observer and advisor, will present on the preparations for the elections, the electoral challenges ahead, and the country’s regulatory reforms.

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12
Dec
2018
Crawford School of Public Policy | Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | Indonesia Project | Indonesia Study Group

Apocalypticism, radicalisation and jihadism: exploring the impact of ‘End of World’ discourses on Indonesian Islamism

Greg Fealy (ANU)

This seminar will survey Indonesia’s apocalyptic discourses and explore the multiple effects this has on Muslim audiences, of which the Surabaya bombings have been by far the most extreme.

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14
Dec
2018
Crawford School of Public Policy | East Asian Bureau of Economic Research | South Asian Bureau of Economic Research | Seminar

National Parliament Fellowship Program seminar, India 2018

Bhavya Gupta, ANU; Radhika Agarwal, ANU

Two Indian Fellows on the National Parliamentary Fellowships Program (NPFP) will present their research findings in a seminar to be followed by a morning tea. The NPFP brings two top Indian scholars with a strong interest in Australia and Australia-India relations to ANU in association with PRS Legislative Research, New Delhi. The NPFP aims to identify and foster the development of a new generation of leaders, promoting investment in Australia-India relations. The NPFP program also sends talented Australian postgraduate students or recent graduates to India, Japan and China to interact with parliaments in those countries.

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