Building on the work of Chapman & Leigh (2009) we examine behavioural responses to the first repayment threshold in Australia’s Higher Education Contributions Scheme (HECS).
Adjusted Net Saving needs adjusting: reassessing human and resource factors in sustainability estimates
This seminar will explore ways to improve the calculation of economic measures of sustainable development.
Sri Lanka was a site of banishment throughout the 18th century for members of royal families, convicts, servants and others sent there from across the Indonesian archipelago. This talk considers if and how earlier religious and literary traditions of banishment tied to the island - those of Adam’s fall from paradise to Sarandib and Sinta’s abduction to Lanka – played a role in the lives of the early exiles and their descendants.
International Parliamentarians for West Papua: European and Pacific action on human rights abuses in West Papua
This seminar will bring the leaders of the International Parliamentarians for West Papua from the UK, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, as well as the Leader of the Independence movement for West Papua in conversation to discuss growing international concern around the human rights situation in the region.
The 2022 Australian Workshop on Public Finance is hosted by the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Australian National University (ANU) and will be held on Thursday 4 and Friday 5 August 2022 at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the ANU.
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Need help writing your opinion piece? Journalist Dr Jenna Price will assist you when you join her workshop.
Thomas Wangi presents his research on the effectiveness of sterilisation policy in mitigating the monetary effects of foreign capital inflows.
This presentation contributes to the understanding of financial inclusion in developing countries by presenting a theoretical model of financial inclusion, building on Becker’s 1965 theory of the household to incorporate intra-household bargaining.
This seminar will discuss the sovereign debt crisis in Sri Lanka.
Dr. Souvik Lal Chakraborty presents this RE&D Research Notes seminar.
Paul Burke shows the effect of extreme temperature on mortality in China.
Join us as we debate with three tax leaders as we watch the new tax world order being birthed.
Nhat Mai Nguyen presents her research on the impact of political leader rotations on exports in Vietnam.
Peter Sands, the Executive Director of The Global Fund, will lay out plans to build on 20 years of impact, to protect everyone, everywhere from the deadliest infectious diseases and build a healthier, more equitable world.
Lynda Sanderson presents on the firm-level impacts of missing migrants due to the COVID-19 border closure in New Zealand.
This seminar examines the ideological and organisational shift of some underground music scene participants from secular, progressive, and leftist politics towards Islamic conservatism and right-wing Islamism in post-authoritarian Indonesia.
This two-day event was held on 25 and 26 August 2022 at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
This event will bring together alumni of the Crawford Economics PhD program to share and discuss post-PhD career strategies.
Stewart Nixon presents his research on migration and foreign direct investment policy complementarity in Australia’s modern history.