The paper examines some of the interactions between Bali and the much larger national economy. It discusses the engagement of both unskilled and skilled migrant workers from elsewhere in Indonesia and the co-integration of prices between Bali and neighbouring regions.
Shanika Rathnayake presents her PhD findings on debt and economic growth in developing Asia.
Professor Michael Hanemann from Arizona State University explores what can be learned about water markets, environmental markets and environmental policy reform from the successes (climate policy)and failures (water markets) in California and the successes (water markets) and failures (climate policy) in Australia.
In this seminar organised by CCEP at Crawford School, Associate Professor Masahiro Sugiyama from Tokyo University will talk about their study on the climate policy proposal of Japan for a long term climate change mitigation.
Todo investigates the extent of global propagation of economic shocks from natural disasters, using the information on supply-chain ties of major international firms.
The gold and diamond rush in Kalimantan – Illicit dendritic flows of gold, money, jewellery, and mercury
This study will provide insight into the illicit flows of gold, money, jewellery, mercury, and information and the hidden networks of political‐economic power directing them.
An overview of how our climate is changing and how we can respond to these changes.
Please join us for this upcoming research seminar, hosted by the Resources, Environment and Development group (RE&D).
Dr Martin C. Lukas of The University of Bremen will present research on land and resource conflict in Indonesia. The seminar will be facilitated by Associate Professor John McCarthy of RE&D.
The Australasian AID Conference (AAC) will be held on 17-19 February 2020, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.
This discussion will cover two topics about education in Indonesia: 1) Drivers and inhibitors of local education innovations in Indonesia and 2) Learning to run before walking: a system-level analysis of education in Indonesia.
Join Andrew Carter as he examines Australia’s Transition to Retirement Income Streams (TRIS) program.
In this seminar, Dr Emily Schmidt and Dr Jim Woodhill will explore issues around household food and nutrition security in low and middle-income countries with a focus on PNG.
Shyamal Chowdhury reports on an experimental investigation of how out-migration transforms rural labor markets in Bangladesh.
Towards a long-term emissions strategy for Australia: perspectives on scenarios, investment, and industry
A public event on 26 February by CCEP at Crawford School, with a panel discussion on a long-term emissions strategy for Australia. All are welcome.
This seminar will review the way the integrated data in 2020/21 will differ from previous collections and what impact this will have on estimates of population growth, distribution, and characteristics.