This seminar will explore the regional effect of the CDC introduction on older Australians’ mental health using the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.
In May, RE&D’s Research Notes seminar series features a fantastic panel of Professor Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Associate Professor Ida Kubiszewski and Dr Dimity Phillips. The webinar will be facilitated by Dr Manero of RE&D.
Remarks and launch of book by Indonesian Minister of Health HE Mr Budi Gunadi Sadikin
Adapting to strategic uncertainty: The development of self-reliance within the ANZUS Alliance in Australian defence policy from 1959 to 1989
Sasha Vukoja shows how self-reliance has been based on four variables: core interests, geography, perceptions of threat, and the expectations of allies.
Yuventus Effendi presents his PhD research on decarbonisation in East Asia.
What if you could help people make good life decisions through a little ‘nudge’? As policymakers, encouraging people to make the right choices about their health, wealth and overall well-being can be challenging. In this course, you will learn about the cognitive biases we all bring to decisions and how you can use ‘nudge’ theory in policy design to make better choices.
Raymond Li will present research on the evolving role of China in the world crude oil market.
Professor Stephen Howes brings you the latest analysis from Devpol on what the aid budget means for Australia, for the region and for the development sector.
Tony Wiskich presents his research on clean and dirty energy substitution.
Ridwan Rusli will present game-theoretic work on governance efforts to reduce transboundary fires and haze.
This seminar will discuss participatory art practice and how contemporary artists, such as Arahmaiani Feisal, Made “Bayak” Muliana, I Wayan “Suklu” Sujana, Tisna Sanjaya, Fajar Abadi, and Elia Nurvista , have extended this continuum, perpetuating and critiquing historical influences.
Please join us for the Australian launch of the volume Economic Dimensions of COVID-19 in Indonesia: Responding to the Crisis
Join our panel as they discuss what the 2021-22 Federal Budget will mean for Australian children and families living in poverty.
Does political conflict reduce exports to China? Evidence from the ’Quad’ with a focus on the China-Australia relationship
Vishesh Agarwal presents his PhD research on political conflict and trade.
This year’s lecture will discuss how the agriculture sector contributes to multiple development goals and what strategies can be taken in the context of Indonesia.
A significant share of infrastructure lending to Laos has been through Chinese policy banks. We argue that over‐lending to dam projects focused on the domestic energy market has been at the core of Laos’ debt situation.
This seminar will discuss how education sector is impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and what can be done to minimise the negative impacts and to prepare for more permanent changes.
Join us to explore our world-class development economics and environmental economics programs and learn how you could gain knowledge and skills from our new Graduate Certificate offerings.
Macro uncertainties and tests of capital structure theories across renewable and non-renewable resource companies
Denny Irawan presents his PhD research on firms and uncertainty.
In this seminar, the presenters will provide an overview of electoral and parliamentary politics in Papua New Guinea.