Robert Breunig presents findings on how female breadwinning affects the likelihood of domestic abuse.
This seminar will discuss the global vaccine distribution, the strategy to ensure equity for developing nations, public health development and ways to prepare for future health challenges.
Tong Zhang presents her PhD research on electric vehicles in China.
This paper examines how the composition of tax revenues affects monetary and fiscal policy interactions.
Martha Primanthi presents her PhD research on manufacturing jobs and labour mobility in Indonesia.
Firman Kartaadipoetra will present research on the effects of land usage rights in Java, Indonesia.
This seminar will discuss the findings from a survey of digital merchants conducted by the World Bank in December 2020.
ANU Postgraduate Webinar Week presented by ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.
The call for papers for the Pacific migration research workshop is now open. The submissions deadline is Friday 9 April.
The Social Policy Institute at the Crawford School of the ANU runs a series of workshops exploring major social policy concerns.
The impact of trade on technical efficiency of investment in renewable energy electricity generation capacity
Yichang Liu presents his PhD research on trade and renewable energy.
Larry Weifeng Liu will present his research on factors affecting private-sector provision of public goods.
By bringing together the collaborative water management, intergovernmental relations and critical junctures literatures to compare the cases, we can examine how drought acts as a catalyst for policy change, but also point to situations where it is not a sufficient lever to motivate state and federal governments to agree to action.
This webinar with three Timorese experts will present a snapshot of the policy landscape on poverty and inequality and how it impacts on Timor-Leste’s children and young people, and efforts by the government towards fulfilling their rights.
Prof. Ari Heinrich will facilitate a conversation with Dr. Esther Klein, Dr. Jorrit Gosens, and Dr. Trang X. Ta to discuss their unique contributions to the China Story Yearbook: Crisis.
Malhar Nabar and John Bluedorn will walk us through the latest findings from the World Economic Outlook produced by the International Monetary Fund. Malhar Nadar will provide an overview of global economic prospects in uncertain times, and will be followed by John Bluedorn, who will overview their work on Recessions and Recoveries in Labor Markets: Patterns, Policies, and Responses to the COVID-19 Shock.
Martin Davies provided an in-depth analysis of the foreign exchange market in PNG, and recommend adjustments to policy and foreign exchange market arrangements to facilitate the return to full kina convertibility.
Esha Zaveri presents new evidence on the impacts of water pollution on human capital.