The presentation highlights recent epidemiological-economic modelling of COVID-19 in Australia undertaken by the presenters with co-authors. The model results provide important policy insights about how to respond to the pandemic in terms of both public health and the economy. While the results are from Australia, based on data until early July 2020, the results are of general interest to any high-income country.
International relations experts Prof Howard Bamsey and Prof Meg Keen will discuss learnings from and implications of COVID-19 for global climate negotiations, and climate action and responses in the Pacific.
Structural changes and sectoral productivity in transitions: Post-transition evidence from Chinese provinces and Former Soviet Union countries
Taehyun Ryu presents his PhD research on structural change
This engaging three-day program introduces participants to the central issues, threats, challenges and opportunities that underpin Australia’s national security environment. Participants will improve their understanding of Australia’s national security environment; hear from a range of thought leaders and experts; build a network; and enhance their ability to conduct critical conversations.
Edwards reports on a randomized evaluation of collective payments-for-performance as an incentive for curtailing the use of fire for land-clearing in Indonesia.
This webinar explore the findings from the recent project that the Center for Global Development conducted with DFAT on ‘How to meet Australian demand for Pacific foreign vocational workers’.
Wishnu Mahraddika presents his third PhD paper on capital flow management in Indonesia.
This stimulating three-week program provides participants with in-depth exposure to the full range of issues and challenges facing Australia’s national security community, with a focus on strategic thinking, critical analysis, policy-making, partnership-building and adaptive leadership principles.
Murphy models the economic effects of COVID-19 restrictions on the Australian economy and the effectiveness of budget policy responses, and considers options for budgetary reforms.
As we consider our changing climate and what it means for our future, we can experience a wide variety of emotions, ranging from feeling connected, energised and hopeful to despair, anger and frustration. Climate change can also seem like such an overwhelming issue that it’s much easier to try to avoid thinking about it at all.
Often overlooked as a player in the emerging Indo-Pacific order, Russia has firmly set its sights on adopting a stronger future role in Asia. What does this mean for the region, for major and smaller powers, and for Australia? Join our expert panel to explore the prospects and implications of Russia’s regional pivot, in terms of regional geopolitics, the rules based order, and Russia’s commercial posture in the region.
Join us to hear from Crawford School’s Ms Claire Woo, National Student Alum, Master of Public Policy and Ms Tar Yar Maung, International Student Alum, Master of Environmental Management and Development (Advanced).
This series will develop your skills to confidently undertake a basic benefit-cost analysis or a project or policy, capably review reports prepared by consultants, and prepare regulatory impact statements.
Make it count for your career in 2021 with a short degree to extend your skills or retrain in a new area.
Skill transferability, migration, and development: Evidence from population resettlement in Indonesia
Arya Gaduh investigates the long-run impacts of Indonesia’s transmigration program on rice productivity, night-time light intensity and migrants’ adaptation to agroclimatic change.
This course provides an introduction to how politics works and how policy gets made in the People’s Republic of China. It explores the key institutions, people and processes behind top-level decision-making and the mechanisms used to implement decisions from the centre down.
Dr Alexandra Peralta will present a new study analysing social learning effects among men and women in cocoa-growing households in Vanuatu.