This seminar will present results of economic surveys on the benefits of tree planting in Australia.
Adrian Ely discusses the design, implementation and conclusion of the “Pathways” Network and reflects upon the lessons learned from its use of Transformation Labs in different contexts.
Joel Bowman presents his research on whether the business support measures introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affected the performance and survival rate of zombie businesses in Australia.
Income inequality, with respect to total, taxable and post-tax income, has increased in Australia over the period from 1991 to 2019.
The 7th Mubyarto Public Policy Forum, a collaboration between ANU Indonesia Project and UGM Faculty of Economics and Business, exploring the politically complex world of tobacco control policy.
The impact of light pollution on ecosystems and their services: understanding and communicating the value of dark skies
Sharolyn Anderson’s PhD final seminar presents research on ‘The Impact of Light Pollution on Ecosystems and Their Services: Understanding and Communicating the Value of Dark Skies’.
In this paper, we test whether outsourcing the validation of project appraisals changes the reported effectiveness of aid projects.
In whom we trust more? Heterogeneous effects of government assistance on trust in local officials in the Philippines
This seminar will delve into whether receiving financial assistance influences trust in government officials in the Philippines.
We trace, over three distinct historical periods, the ways in which the Pacific Ocean’s deep-sea mineral deposits have teetered on the verge of ‘becoming’ resources. We show how struggles over the ‘assembly’ of this quintessential resource frontier have been shaped not only by shifting political-economic, regulatory and techno-scientific conditions, but also by the material properties of the mineral deposits themselves, as well as those of the deep-sea environments in which they occur.
‘What were they thinking?’ Unpacking Australian First Ministers’ machinery of government decisions to reshape the bureaucratic landscape, 2010-2020
Monica’s research aims to explore inside the black box of machinery of government decisions across the Australian, Queensland, New South Wales, Victorian and Western Australian Governments between 2010 and 2020.
This paper examines how the effects of government spending shocks depend on the balance-sheet position of households.
Professor Simon Butt will discuss his forthcoming book Judicial Dysfunction in Indonesia: An analysis of corruption in Indonesia’s courts, exploring everything from political pressure to bribe-taking.
The President of the AIIB, Mr Jin Liqun, will be visiting Australia in October, and will be delivering a public lecture at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
Rentao Rao presents his research on the impact of city-level urban population size and density on economic efficiency in China.