Van der Eng and co-author Denny Irawan investigate the extent to which economic growth is held back by underinvestment in the country’s infrastructure facilities.
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Daniel Rees, Bank for International Settlements; Hilde Bjornland, BI Norwegian Business School, and James Morley, University of Sydney, will share their views on the trade-offs between growth, population containment, and health in a COVID world in a panel discussion on June 4, 2020.
Davidson contrasts an exchange-focused analysis of how to minimise the social cost of the COVID-19 pandemic with the social planner’s approach relying on social cost-benefit analysis.
It is time to fundamentally reframe the research agenda on migration, remittances, payments and development. Timothy N. Ogden discusses some of the new and alternative research questions that emerge from the shift of perspective on remittances – from windfall to return on investment.
In this seminar Benjamin Wong will propose a way to directly nowcast the output gap using the Beveridge-Nelson decomposition based on a mixed-frequency Bayesian VAR.
Debasish Das presents his PhD research on electricity metering reform in Bangladesh.
McCawley reviews the efforts of the Asian Development Bank in Indonesia, as part of one of the largest sustained development cooperation programs in post-war history.
This seminar will review how India is meeting the dual health and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus.
The paper presented in this seminar quantifies the finance uncertainty multiplier by relying on two historical events related to the US economy, i.e., the large jump in financial uncertainty occurred in October 1987, and the comparable jump in financial uncertainty in September 2008.
Long-term impacts of the giant wave: The case of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and child development in Indonesia
Riswandi presents his PhD research on the long-term impacts of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in Banda Aceh city
Brown finds that only 6 per cent of the poorest 40 per cent in developing countries have adequate home environments for protection from COVID-19, falling to virtually zero in sub-Saharan Africa.
Join the panel discussion featuring Ayhan Kose of the World Bank, John Bluedorn of the IMF and Warwick McKibbin from the ANU as they share their insights into likely economic outcomes of COVID-19.
Advancing women’s and children’s health rights, gender responsive budgeting and progressing the Australian National Breastfeeding Strategy in maternity care
The forthcoming webinar on Monday, 29 June will focus on Australian maternity services.
Premachandra Athukorala looks for lessons relevant to the current COVID-19 crisis in the scattered multi-disciplinary literature on the Spanish Flu pandemic of a century ago.