In conversation with Wijayanto (Center for Media Democracy LP3ES and Universitas Diponegoro) and Ismail Fahmi (Media Kernels) about the impact of digital propaganda on the future of Indonesian Democracy.
In this seminar, an academic panel will discuss how Timor-Leste’s development fuelled by remittances will look different from that occasioned by foreign donors and local bureaucrats based in Dili, followed by a panel of current and past participants in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Programme and Pacific Labour Scheme providing first-hand insights of their experiences.
Join the Knowledge to Action Network as we learn, debate and discuss how, why and what ANU staff are doing to enable research impact.
This fully online event, with leading international experts, examines how we can evaluate the tax planning behaviour of MNEs and the policy response of governments.
Dyah Pritadrajati presents her PhD research on the effects of preschool enrolment on female labour supply in Indonesia.
Dr Angie Bexley (ANU) has recently completed a study investigating the practice of Islamic match-making through digital platforms. The study examined more than 5,000 conversation lines from `taaruf’ websites over 18 months period. The study reveals the role of digital platforms in shifting gender relations in Indonesia. We invite Angie to highlight the key findings of the study.
Resource dependence, commodity shock, and the role of exchange rate: an empirical study of Papua New Guinea
Rubayat Chowdhury presents his PhD research on the effectiveness of exchange rate in addressing the ongoing foreign exchange shortage in Papua New Guinea.
During the COVID-19 pandemic many women have become drawn to e-commerce out of necessity. We examine how female-owned businesses on the e-marketplace perform and how the government and other platforms could help them.
Tanvir Bashar presents his PhD research on the impact of international migration on child education in Bangladesh.