This seminar will discuss how various forms of power are levelled precisely at the borders of a woman’s body, which later are framed as bio-borders.
Should negotiations prove pointless and the status quo persists, what would that mean for the Korean Peninsula and Indo-Pacific security?
Bao Nguyen present his paper on the dynamic relationship between China’s economic growth and international oil market.
Dodo Thampapillai presents his analyses of the socio-economic viability of two controversial mining projects in Australia.
The emergence of social media has created a new vulnerability for open societies - a terrain crowded with illiberal propaganda, interference and weaponised narratives. In an age where accusations of the fake news, privacy invasion and information warfare are rife, come along to hear a panel of leading Cyber Security Commentators discuss their take on the interaction and policy ramifications of social media, fake news and privacy in today’s world.
This seminar will discuss the implementation of the Village Fund program and its impact on social welfare and poverty eradication in rural Indonesia.
This talk will provide a blueprint for research and development to ensure we can power our electricity grids with energy storage.
TTPI Conference, Behavioural Economics and Public Policy (TTPI-BEPP2018)
In this seminar, Xuan-Lam develops a business cycle model of two asymmetric countries in which independent banking sectors are subject to moral hazards due to their ability to divert assets.
The 2016 Financial System Crisis Prevention and Mitigation Act and what it means for the Indonesian financial sector
Special Seminar from ANU Indonesia Project in cooperation with The Treasury.
Ruth Nikijuluw presents her PhD findings on interdependence between local-level governments in Indonesia.
The Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government and the Australian Taxation Office have recently conducted a number of trials on tax compliance.
Adrian Hayes takes a somewhat sceptical look at the Demographic Dividend concept in the context of Indonesia.
The earnings and mental health of rural-urban migrants: empirical evidence from four Indonesian cities
Rus’an Nasrudin presents his findings on the implications of rural-urban migration in Indonesia.
Since press freedom is inimical to corrupt behaviour, Günther Schulze investigates harassment of journalists in Russia in the context of the proximity of local elections.
This event explores the implication of aging on labour force participation, productivity, and growth while examining the role and potential of technology to harness the gain from longevity dividend, in order to draw actionable policy recommendations and priorities.
A decreasing elasticity of substitution between clean and dirty energy and the potential implications for policy
Using a stylised structural model of electricity generation, Tony derives a (bimodal) production function for clean and dirty technologies with two elasticities: a high elasticity for low clean penetration and a low elasticity for high clean penetration.
In conversation with Professor Stephen Howes, Ms Stoiljkovic will discuss IFC’s new strategy, its approaches to maximising finance for development and private sector investment, and its work in the Asia Pacific region.
Digitalisation and the performance of micro and small enterprises: a case study in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Anna Falentina presents her PhD findings from a survey of micro and small enterprises in Indonesia.
If you are looking to enhance your public policy career with a postgraduate qualification, visit Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU Open Day.
Market volatility, ageing and policies: what is shaping the income distribution in Australia between 2002 and 2016
Hai Anh La investigates various factors contributing to changes in income inequality in Australia between 2002 and 2016.
This event is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet College researchers, and discuss the PhD application process and potential research topics.
Income contingent loan scheme and gender income gap in Japan: Will WOMANONICS work to close the gap?
Nobuko Nagase will discuss the income contingent loan scheme and the gender income gap in Japan.
This study investigates the causal link between fuel prices and traffic-related air pollution using Bangkok and the surrounding areas as a case study.