Raghbendra Jha looks into the practice of bribery as a means of gaining access to welfare programs for households in rural India.
The Japan Update 2018 will bring together experts from Australia, Japan and around the region to provides a comprehensive overview of Japan’s current economic, political and social landscape.
This is the second in a series of events to provide a space for people interested in social innovation and social impact to come together to get to know each other, learn, network and share ideas.
A two day by-invite only workshop on new research and policy approaches to common challenges on tax and welfare in Australia and Korea.
Emeritus Professor Ben White will present on agrarian reforms, commoditisation and smallholder rights: dilemmas of corporate, customary and private ownership.
Diana Žigraiová presents her research on investigating the forward rate unbiasedness puzzle.
Never have questions of honesty and integrity in Australia’s national government been more important. In this seminar, Professor A J Brown reviews proposals for what should be involved in any new federal anti-corruption reforms.
Understanding CCP interference and the actors who execute it is a critical first step in generating an effective response and re-calibrating our relationships with China.
This conference will explore historical and contemporary dimensions of Indonesia’s minority communities, discourses about minorities and the shifting attitudes towards them. Particular attention will be given to questions of religion, gender, sexuality, disability and the law.
Note: the originally scheduled seminar, ‘Gender corporate culture’, has been cancelled.
Rohan Best looks at determinants of rooftop solar uptake in Australia, and also calculates a subsidy elasticity of solar installations for the government’s Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme.
In this public seminar, Chris Hoy will discuss the findings of his latest research in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
Mark Fabian presents evidence that cautions against the use of life satisfaction scales in policy research.
Join Andrew Leigh as he outlines the harms done by tax havens.
This presentation examines Australia’s Mature Age Worker Tax offset (MAWTO), a targeted earned income tax credit of up to $500 to incentivise participation of older workers that existed from 2004-05 to 2014-15.
Sarah Walker investigates the tight economic links between a refugee camp in Kenya and the surrounding community, focusing on a shutdown in remittances in 2015.
Haruhisa Nishino, Professor of Economic Statistics, investigates income inequality in Japan.
The seminar will discuss, from a comparative East Asian perspective, Indonesia’s experience with exploiting opportunities for export-oriented industrialisation created by “Global Production Sharing”.
In this seminar, Hang Hoang presents the results of her investigation on how firms transform innovation knowledge into firm growth.
Wishnu Mahraddika presents findings on whether foreign reserve accumulation crowd out domestic private investment in the short and long run.