Course participants will develop an understanding of the key insights from economics and how they can be applied in policy and government settings.
Using the lab to change the field: an experimental evaluation of the effect of playing economic games on cooperation
Paulo Santos reports on an experiment designed to reveal the impact of playing a common property resource game on real life cooperation.
Professor Rory Medcalf will detail the contest for the Indo-Pacific and why maps matter
Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the Australian National University are jointly hosting a series of free Introduction to Impact Evaluation workshops on Wednesday 4 March in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG).
This seminar will provide a current update and outlook for the Fijian economy.
The heterogeneous effects of global and national business cycles on employment in US states and metropolitan areas
The growth of globalisation in recent decades has increased the importance of external factors as drivers of the business cycle in many countries. Globalisation affects countries not just at the macro level but at the level of states and metro areas as well. The paper presented in this seminar isolates the relative importance of global, national and region-specific shocks as drivers of the business cycle in individual US states and metro areas.
Join us for the March 2020 Environmental Social Science seminar! Associate Professor Sango Mahanty will deliver ‘The political ecology of microfinance’.
Cedric Hodges presents his PhD work modelling Australia’s transition away from thermal coal.
Join us at the AHRI International Women’s Day Breakfast with Annabel Crabb, ABC journalist, writer and presenter
Join us for the launch of ‘Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines’, which explores the results from CfC initiatives in tax reform, education reform, land governance reform, electoral reform, infrastructure reform, disaster risk reduction and management, and conflict resolution.
Professor Paul Parker of The University of Waterloo will present research on energy sustainability in Canada and the experiences of NunatuKavut Inuit. The seminar will be facilitated by Dr Bec Colvin of RE&D.
Khanh Hoang asks how are natural resources being used and will this be a risk to current and future economic development?
Paul Burke reviews the key environmental challenges faced by Asia and the growing opportunities for transition to a cleaner economy powered by zero-emission energy sources.
Measuring the impact of energy reduction goals
Join ANU Crawford School of Public Policy’s Professor Warwick McKibbin to discuss the possible global economic impacts of Covid-19 and what governments should be doing to limit the damage.
Trang Be presents new evidence on gender and corruption in business
Join our expert panellists as they confront a hypothetical domestic terrorist attack and explore the possible ramifications, anticipated reactions and the likely effects on the future of our society.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Brisbane!
Kailing Shen investigates the job recruitment process in China, focusing on outcomes when employers make explicit requests for applicants of a particular gender.
In this public event, researchers from the Center for Global Development (CGD) will discuss new initiatives aimed at regulating this migration, drawing on experiences around the world.
The event will explore the long-term impacts of the Australian bushfires - economic, political, health, climate and biodiversity, and Indigenous issues.
In this ANU Indonesia Project Online Talk, we invite Chatib Basri and Rizki Siregar to discuss the challenges Indonesian policymakers have to deal with in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Ian Chambers identifies and explores strategies for a sustainable future in Australia
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne!