Farmers’ responses to unexpected weather variabilities in developing countries: the case of Indonesia
Umi Yaumidin presents her PhD findings on farmers’ responses to extreme weather events.
This paper queries the general view that CSR perceptions and practices were entirely new to Indonesia when the country’s 2007 Corporate Law made CSR compulsory.
The Seychelles blue economy offers a practical example of blue economy in practice and a case study of innovative finance to support the implementation of their blue economy agenda.
Product diversification and export performance: Evidence from Indonesian medium and large manufacturing firms
Chandra Putra presents his PhD work on product diversity and export performance.
Join Dr Mendolia, as she discusses the long-term causal effect of adolescent school bullying on educational and later life outcomes.
This seminar discussed the findings of a collaborative (The ANU, PNG University of Technology, and University of PNG) research into the key differences between men’s and women’s perspectives of, and responses to, FSV in PNG.
Ayu Pratiwi examines the impact of extension service delivery location and networks on the adoption of new production techniques in Indonesian agriculture.
Improving SME tax compliance without increasing revenue? Evidence from a population-wide randomized controlled trial in Papua New Guinea (Cancelled)
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been cancelled.
Join Australian Foreign Affairs and ANU’s Crawford School on 12 November for an important discussion of Australia’s new vulnerability and dependence on China.
Intra-household gender dynamics and sustainable agricultural technology adoption: evidence from Indonesian rural households
This study examines whether the adoption of sustainable agricultural technologies is affected by the intra-household gender dynamics between a husband and wife in Lampung, Indonesia.
Siti Kamariah Ghazali presents her PhD findings on real exchange rate determinants in Malaysia.
The paper discusses the flows and changes in the waterscape and how the shape sociality and values in different ways at the crossroads of multiple scales of governance and commodification.
Meijun Qian distinguishes various types of informal finance, finding that different types are associated with differences in borrowing firms’ performance.
Shanika Rathnayake presents her PhD research on debt stabilisation fiscal rules in Sri Lanka.
The Australian premier screening of 'The Witness' (EI Testigo) and discussion with director Kate Horne
Australian Premier Screening of The Witness (El Testigo)
Global production sharing, value-added in manufacturing exports, and employment generation: evidence from Thailand
Wannaphong Durongkaveroj presents his PhD findings on value-added in Thai manufacturing.
The presentation of the IMF’s October 2019 World Economic Outlook publication ‘Global Manufacturing Downturn, Rising Trade Barriers’ will cover IMF’s latest analysis on global growth prospects, risks, and policy priorities.
Ross Garnaut will be in conversation with Frank Jotzo on Ross’s new book, Superpower: Australia’s Low-Carbon Opportunity, which offers a road map for harnessing Australia’s renewable energy potential to become a global economic leader.
The WFEA EQUIP @ANU Forum is a highly practical program that provides women with the key knowledge, tools, and techniques to enable them to run for office, be the best candidate they can be or assist another woman with her political campaign. If you are a woman running for office, managing a campaign or wanting to understand more about politics, then you must get your earlybird ticket ASAP.
There is a substantial body of theoretical and empirical research on asset price comovement and determinants. The empirical analysis presented in this seminar differs in that it incorporates a channel for cross country comovement in asset prices, as well in a set of proposed asset price determinants, across a sample of nine OECD countries.
Nathan Lane revisits South Korea’s Heavy Chemical and Industry drive, arguing that this temporary drive helped shift the economy into higher value-added activity.
Join us at the presentation to explore territorial autonomy in Indonesia and beyond.
There has never been a more important time to study national security.
Phan Le presents his PhD findings on exports and learning in Vietnam
By building on seven in-depth country case studies (Afghanistan, Burundi, Lebanon, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Papua New Guinea) and recent developments in the field, this panel discusses dimensions of state fragility and pathways that can help to escape fragility.