Please join international expert Professor Sandra van Thiel for a lively discussion on what really happens in the to-and-fro between Ministers, departments and public bodies.
Understanding black swan infectious disease outbreaks: an econometric investigation into the 2002/03 SARS outbreak
Chloe Burns presents her thesis proposal on the economics of infectious disease.
Solahudin will assess the danger of Indonesian returnees from Syria-Iraq and the Philippines.
The speakers review the impact of Sri Lanka’s 1977 economic reform initiatives, arguing that reform was effective even in the extremely adverse circumstances of its 1983-2009 civil war.
Zelda La Grange shares her insights from a long career in the male dominated world of politics. Crawford School’s Professor Sharon Bessell will introduce Zelda.
The speakers will discuss the benefit of opening up to international food trade that would improve Indonesia’s individual food security significantly.
Wataru Takahashi analyses the key points of reference for analysing the success of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘Abenomics’ reforms.
Visit us at The Big Meet in Melbourne, and learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree from Crawford School at Australia’s top ranked university, ANU.
Bambang Brodjonegoro discusses the 2045 visions’ four pillars: human resources with advance science technology, sustainable economic development, even and inclusive distribution, and good governance.
Yukio Okamoto discusses how Japan’s relationship with the United States will likely evolve under the Trump presidency and what challenges and opportunities exist for the future of Indo-Pacific security.
Benjamin Aust provides an overview of his recent paper, Understanding price fluctuations in the National Electricity Market.
The speakers present work in progress on the design, distributional effects and fiscal cost of a basic income scheme.
Visit us at The Big Meet in Brisbane, and learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree from Crawford School at Australia’s top ranked university, ANU.
Roberta Mann discusses taxing robots to slow the pace of automation and tackle unemployment in the US.
Otor and Dornan find a strong positive impact of aid on exports from Australia, which does not appear to be based on tying of aid to domestic procurement.
The speakers assess and compare the budget transparency, participation and oversight of countries around the world.
Yusniliyana Yusof presents her research on spatial aspects of economic development in Malaysia.
Ambassador Luis CdeBaca will share insights from his distinguished career as a lawyer, diplomat and now researcher, combatting labour exploitation and human trafficking in global supply chains.
Visit us at The Big Meet in Sydney, and learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree from Crawford School at Australia’s top ranked university, ANU.
Benjamin Aust discusses drivers of negative energy prices in Germany and runs regressions to examine negative price indicators using a sample of hourly-based data over the period of 2012-2016.
This public forum will launch and discuss the Bank report, with perspectives from members of Parliament, employers, and sending countries.
In this public lecture, Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt has interesting stories to tell – some about rocks and rivers and geography, and mostly fun.
This seminar will examine the dynamics of Social Forestry and its potential implications for people and forests, with a case study of Central Kalimantan.