Jacquelyn Zhang discusses fairness preferences during the COVID-19 pandemic
This first International Development Election Forum will feature The Australian Greens’ spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Senator Janet Rice, and spokesperson on International Aid and Development, Senator Mehreen Faruqi.
In the first crossover between Policy Forum Pod and Democracy Sausage our experts explore whether policies and politics mix in elections.
Joel Bowman presents his PhD research on the relationship between self-constructed measures of financial conditions and the amount of resources sunk into zombie companies.
This second International Development Election Forum will feature the Opposition’s Shadow Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Mr Pat Conroy MP.
Join us for this online event to learn more about studying policy and governance.
George Kudrna uses overlapping-generational model to simulate the effect of extension of pension policy in Indonesia.
Join us for this online event to learn more about the study pathways for international and development economics.
Join us for this online event to learn more about study pathways in Resources, Environment and Development.
Gender relations in agriculture: Food security, class and nutrition interventions in north-western Bangladesh
Nishith Tanny, RE&D PhD scholar, present insights from her thesis research on food security, gender relations and class in rural north-western Bangladesh on.
Join us for this online event where you will learn more about studying national security.
This third International Development Election Forum will feature the Coalition’s Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Senator the Hon Zed Seselja.
Riswandi presents his paper on the impact of childhood vaccination on human capital development in later life, taking Indonesia a case study.
Dr Dany Bahar presents his study on whether undocumented immigrants change their crime-reporting behavior after receiving a regular migratory status.
Come and hear what the Canberra Candidates and renowned academics have to say on the most hotly debated issue at the PARSA Climate Policy Forum.
Women’s roles in Indonesian economy during the COVID-19 pandemic: Understanding their challenges and opportunities
This survey discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the livelihood of Indonesian women.
Join Democracy Sausage host Mark Kenny just days out from the election for a special live podcast recording at The Australian National University.
Banking on Paris: Public investment governance and evaluation in the transition to net zero emissions
This thesis explores the roles of public investment in the transition to net zero emissions. It examines how public banks, particularly green banks, evaluate investment decisions, with a focus on implications for Australian policymakers.
This online seminar will discuss challenges in competition policy in the age of algorithms, and what public policy responses are needed in Indonesia.
Globalized economy and national policies: Issues in comparing carbon emissions mitigation efforts under demographic and institutional asymmetry
Tsendsuren Batsuuri presents her research on the impact of asymmetric demographic change on carbon emissions.
Dr Nancy Birdsall puts the spotlight on US policies to weigh up the benefits they bring and the harm they do to the developing countries of the world.
How does the progressivity of taxes and government transfers impact people’s willingness to pay tax? Experimental evidence across developing countries
Chris Hoy discusses how progressivity of taxes and transfers affect people’s willingness to pay tax.
Emeritus Professor Anthony Reid will reflect on his long engagement with Aceh and the post-colonial contest for sovereignty in one of Asia’s awkward corners.
This presentation will report on new research examining the impact of limited preferential voting on electoral processes and outcomes, as well as governance more generally, in PNG.
Shyamal Chowdhury presents results from a randomised controlled trial on skill formation.