An international conference focusing on people as the front line of national security.
In the first Indonesia Project Global Seminar last week, we discussed policy challenges in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak in Indonesia. In this second talk, we will draw some comparative perspectives on what measures have been introduced in other countries and how they might or might not work in Indonesia.
Margaret Simons will be in conversation with Professor Helen Sullivan on Margaret’s new Quarterly Essay Cry Me A River: The Tragedy of the Murray-Darling Basin.
The paper presented in this seminar revisits the debate on remittance and growth nexus, examining whether there is a ‘remittance trap’ or ‘threshold’ which remittances start to have a negative effect on growth.
The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) flagship economic publication Asian Development Outlook 2020 (ADO) provides a comprehensive analysis of macroeconomic issues in developing Asia and the Pacific, including growth projections by country and region.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney!
Tong Zhang presents new PhD research on gasoline prices and housing values in China.
Gender Responsive Budgeting and Progressing Breastfeeding Policy in 2020 and Beyond – Introductory Webinar
How to progress breastfeeding policy in Australia, through applying innovative global initiatives.
The labour market impact of a high skilled migration wave: evidence following the abolition of the White Australia Policy
Toan Nguyen finds positive impacts of immigrants on native Australian workers, including higher wages and fewer workers in part-time employment.
In this webinar, the third in our series covering the COVID-19 pandemic, we talk about social distancing intervention controversy in Indonesia, the lockdown policy in India, and the implication of restriction policies to the poor and possible ways to balance the tension between public health risk and economic risk
Improving SME tax compliance without increasing revenue? Evidence from a population-wide randomised controlled trial in Papua New Guinea
Hoy reports on an experiment to gauge the impact of “nudging” small and medium sized enterprises towards tax compliance in Papua New Guinea.
Pliant like the bamboo: Institutional heterogeneities of host countries and the labour market assimilation of Filipinos around the world
Christopher Cabuay presents his PhD findings on labour market assimilation
Wannaphong Durongkaveroj his third PhD chapter on openness, growth, and poverty
Sarah Walker looks at the adoption of labour-saving household technology in mid-20th century USA as female labour force participation increased during WWII.