Join Associate Professor Shiro Armstrong as he discusses securing Australia’s economic future and what role ANU can play in making it a success.
Hear from Rebecca Colvin who will tackle the socio-polictical challenges that stand in the way dealing with climate change in Australia.
Hai Thanh Nguyen presents her PhD research on FDI and productivity spillovers in Vietnam.
One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is the exponential embrace of digital-based communications, from work meetings to school learnings to government programs. Practices that had started before the pandemic, such as e-commerce and e-banking grow even stronger. But this also means the elevated importance of cybersecurity, as cybercriminals are also seeing opportunities through their phishing, identity thefts, or even ransomware. We invite Dr Onno Purbo to discuss these issues.
Siti Ghazali presents her final PhD presentation on real exchange rate misalignment
Adopting and modifying the approach used by Hines and Rice (1994), we investigate the extent of cross-border profit shifting activities by foreign-owned Australian companies (FOACs).
Tatsuyoshi Okimoto will present his research on cross-border effects of unconventional monetary policy.
Roshen Fernando presents his PhD research on COVID-19, climate change, and antimicrobial resistance.
In conversation with M Arsjad Rasjid PM, Chairman of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Gedeon Lim presents on historical land rents and long run economic development in Indonesia.
Integrating human well-being in marine conservation development: Towards sustainable Marine Protected Areas
Rifaee Rasheed delivers her final PhD thesis presentation on integrating human well-being in marine conservation development.
Matt Woolf presents his PhD research on fertility and the welfare state.
This seminar brings together a group of internationally-recognised Afghan scholars, practitioners, and scholars of Afghanistan to discuss the Taliban takeover of the country.
This seminar will explore climate mitigation strategies to reach net-zero emissions by mid-century, focusing on smoothing macroeconomic costs in the short- to medium-term—the horizon relevant for policymakers.
This seminar provides an overview of two recent OECD studies, which exploit novel real-time data sources to shed light on the impact of the pandemic on productivity-enhancing reallocation, including the role of job retention schemes in this process.
Riswandi presents his PhD research on malaria and human capital in Indonesia.
Communication and information are essential to all aspects of life. In this presentation, Dr Amanda H A Watson explored the flows of communication and information in Papua New Guinea.
Blane Lewis will present on the role of corruption in influencing formula-based fiscal transfers in Indonesia.