This seminar will explore how the use of internet technology (and in particular e-commerce) affects market coverage, sales and profits, as well as the cost structure of businesses
Chris Murphy discusses the issues in designing an Australian macroeconomic model to be used for both policy analysis and forecasting.
Join Madeline, her mother and manager Rosanne and distinguished journalist Sara James as they share Madeline’s story of acceptance, joy and how this young woman from Brisbane has made a global impact.
This seminar will use international data to explore people’s tolerance for inequality.
Based on research conducted at the Mercator Institute of Climate Change and Global Commons, this talk will give an overview of reasons for current coal investments and why a phase out of coal is often difficult and needs to be designed carefully. It will also sketch possible solutions.
The National Security College warmly invites you to a ‘Women in National Security Redux’ afternoon tea in celebration of International Women’s Day. The WiNS Conference is a signature activity of the NSC. Join us to share ideas on the future of national and international security, and to build new leadership networks.
Dr Schenker presents his study on ‘Treatment spillovers of energy efficiency policies in the Indian cement sector’.
Russell Thomson seeks to discover the extent to which research success in any discipline is related to success in another, and which subjects play the most central role.
In this public seminar, Kongkea Chhoeun will present research comparing Chinese and Australian scholarships to Cambodia.
The PhD seminar (econ) explores the welfare effects of a hypothetical energy tax in Vietnam.
The benefits of investment in education is one of the most robust findings in social science.
Science,Technology, Engineering, and Math(STEM) jobs are a key contributor to economic growth and national competitiveness.
Paul Burke presents empirical evidence relevant to countries wishing to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions that carbon pricing plays a key role in tilting energy mixes in a low-carbon direction.
Visit us at The Big Meet in Melbourne on Friday, 22 March any time between 11am to 3pm. Learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree with Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top ranked university, ANU.
A clean planet for all — an European strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy
The European Commission’s 2050 long-term strategy outlines a vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy.
Wage dispersion and productivity: Evidence from large and medium-scale manufacturing firms in Indonesia
Martha Primanthi presents her PhD research findings on how firms’ wage structures influence their productivity in Indonesia.
Lewis and Nguyen investigate the prevalence of violence around the time of elections in Indonesia, and the relationship with fiscal rents associated with revenue budgets.
What is the future of US foreign policy and how will it be influenced by the 2020 presidential election?
Cash use persists in India despite recent demonetisation, although the use of non-cash substitutes has also risen. This paper presents new evidence on the impact of the shadow economy and informality on currency in circulation using an error-correction approach.
Anna Falentina presents her PhD research on impacts of social assistance programs in Indonesia.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney! Learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree with Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top ranked university, ANU.
Join us on Friday 29 March where Senator Di Natale will outline the Greens’ full aid and development policy for the 2019 federal election, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.