Rethinking alternative development in the Global South: Unpacking Philippines’ Zero Waste Community Sites as a pathway for Degrowth
Thesis Proposal Review Seminar on a PhD topic which seeks to interrogate degrowh, zero waste, and alternative development pathways in the Philippines
Timor-Leste’s economic prospects and diversification opportunities
This seminar will use census and other data to share insights on the economy of Timor-Leste.
The differentiated effects of financial inclusion on consumption: the case of Tanzania
Mar Andriel Umali presents his research on the impacts of financial inclusion on consumption in Tanzania.
Wage decoupling: a quick review of the evidence
Join Colin Burns as he discusses the apparent divergence between labour productivity and wages in Australia.
2023 Pacific Update
The 2023 Pacific Update will be held at The University of the South Pacific, Laucala Campus, Suva on 13–15 June.
Dividend imputation, investment and capital accumulation in open economies
This seminar investigates on whether dividend imputation would eliminate double taxation of capital income and lead to more savings, investment and capital accumulation in open economies.
Disruptive Technologies: The implications of decarbonisation in the Indo-Pacific for Australia’s strategic Interests
We provide an overview of the low carbon energy transition that could occur in Australia’s key trading partners in the Indo-Pacific, and discuss the emergence and proliferation of International Green Economy Collaborations and their implications for Australia
Uneven Growth, Redistribution and Inequality: The Australian Case
To what extent can a tax and transfer system moderate the distributional impact of uneven economic growth?
Family Size and Domestic Violence in a High-Fertility Society
Does family size affect the prevalence of domestic violence?
Transforming Borneo: From land exploitation to sustainable development
Lesley Potter and Chun Sheng Goh will discuss their recently published book looking at efforts to transform Borneo’s economy.
Determinants of coffee production in PNG: challenges and opportunities
Join us on 30 June as Associate Professor Eugene Ezebilo presents on his study which examined the challenges and opportunities in coffee production in Papua New Guinea.
On non-robustness of income polarisation measures to housing cycles
A cross-country comparison of the middle-class with income polarisation is commonplace in welfare economics.
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