Course participants will develop an understanding of the key insights from economics and how they can be applied in policy and government settings.
This seminar will explore which types of infrastructure spending are most effective in Indonesia.
Maritime identity construction and the influence of maritime identity on foreign policy: An Indonesian context
Brilliantina Putri will have her final oral presentation on maritime identity construction and the influence of maritime identity on foreign policy.
Please join us for an upcoming RE&D Research Notes webinar, hosted by the Resources, Environment and Development group (RE&D), Crawford School of Public Policy.
This webinar will discuss the prevention and handling of COVID-19 impacts on children and vulnerable individuals
Completing Australia's retirement income system: Implications of the retirement income review report
Completing Australia’s Retirement Income System: Implications of the Retirement Income Review Report.
Global Health Security Network hosts Dr Adam Henschke’s webinar on the ethics around COVID-19 vaccinations.
Thi Kim Thai Nguyen presents on energy and GDP in Vietnam
IWD2021 will bring two very special guest speakers to share their insights on sexual harassment: Gretchen Carlson, whose complaints of sexual harassment against Fox News Chairman Roger Aisles was dramatised in the movie ‘Bombshell’, and Leigh Sales, renowned Australian journalist and presenter of the ‘7:30 Report’.
Out of the shadow: Encouraging online registration of micro and small businesses through a randomised controlled trial
Sarah Dong will present results from a randomised controlled trial on business registrations in Indonesia.
APTC graduate surveys indicate worsening employment outcomes for APTC graduates. Richard Curtain and Stephen Howes discuss one possible solution.
Join Australia Pacific Security College for the premier of their new documentary - Pacific Lockdown.
In this webinar we will provide a summary of a new ANU study on best practice for long-term emissions strategies, examining suitable processes, useful elements and steps to implementation.
Sarou Long Thesis Proposal Review: Navigating Indigenous lands claims in Cambodia.
International standards, global value chain participation, and labour productivity: Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs
Le Minh Ngoc presents on standards, value chains, and labour productivity.
Come along and plan your future, be it study development, upskill, retrain or career track changing. We are with you to face up to the unprecedented challenges in 2021 and the years to come.
This course takes you through the basic concepts of macroeconomics including: economic output, productivity, growth, inflation, foreign investment and trade. Participants will learn about aggregate economic statistics frequently used by government and media.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Brisbane! Visit us at the Big Meet at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 15 March.
Commodity booms, conflict, and organised crime: logics of violence in Indonesia's oil palm plantation economy
Paul Kenny will present research on violence in Indonesia’s oil palm sector, including the effects of industry expansion and price levels.
The inaugural ALife Conference was held at Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 March 2021.
Glyn Davis will be in conversation with Helen Sullivan on his new essay On Life’s Lottery, which raises a dilemma long at the heart of philosophy, religion and politics: what are our obligations to others in a world of inequality and personal set-backs?
Joel Bowman presents his thesis proposal review on zombie companies.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne on 19 March. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out more information for your future development.
Emilia Tjernström presents new research on performance pay and media content.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Perth on 24 March. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out more information for your future development.
In this seminar, Mr Andrea Goldstein from OECD Economics Department will discuss key findings in the recent OECD survey on the Indonesian Economy.
Join us for the launch of this important research on how the $550 per fortnight Coronavirus Supplement and the temporary suspension of mutual obligations influenced the time use and wellbeing of people receiving social security payments.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney on 26 March. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out more information for your future development.
Yixiao Zhou will present results on the effects of globalisation on firm profitability.
Andree and Dian will share their experiences of when they contracted the virus last year, as well as some policy recommendations.