A Unified Global Tax System: Is it possible? Will it work?
Global tax leaders from Europe, the U.S. and Australia will offer their views about the emerging global tax consensus.
The power of infrastructure and market institutions in economic development and growth convergence: Evidence from Chinese provinces
This seminar presents empirical evidence on economic effects of infrastructure in China.
The benefits of meeting SDG 6.1 ‘water for all’ in remote and rural Australia far exceed the costs.
Across regional and remote Australia, provision of safe drinking water remains a challenge, but the broad societal benefits of delivering ‘water for all’ would far outweigh the costs of intervention.
Prepayment and electricity usage in temperature extremes: Implications for energy poverty and climate justice
PhD Candidate Debasish Das presents his research on how prepaid metering affects households’ electricity-temperature relationship.
The impact of an improvement in quality and reliability of rural residential electricity supply on clean cooking fuel adoption: Evidence from six energy poor Indian states
The causal effect of the quality and reliability of residential electricity supply on clean cooking fuel adoption and use in rural areas: evidence from India.
Gareth Evans Oration delivered by Lord Chris Patten
In his address, Lord Patten will point out that “By the late 1980s some claimed that liberal democracy had triumphed everywhere. This was a rather rash prediction since we now see the splintering of the post war system of international order, the rise of China with all its consequences as well as an increase in the number of authoritarian states around the globe. With American leadership how can we ensure that liberal democracies are able to create a global partnership which does not exclude China and other authoritarians but ensures the survival and success of open societies.”
Realising the collective value of data
Cathy’s doctoral research explores how we can realise the collective value of data. Working at the intersection of theories of value and power, and public service practice, she unpacks what collective value looks like and how it can be systematically created.
Examining sanitation provision in Jakarta’s kampungs: Access, risk, and right to the city
A study on urban political ecology of sanitation in Jakarta’s kampungs (urban slum settlements)
Local government land monopoly in China: The influence of land price on supply
Tunye Qiu presents his research on the monopolistic behaviour of local governments in supplying residential land in China.
Cash for COVID-19 Vaccines in Africa: A Financial Incentives Trial in Rural Ghana
Join Ray Duch as he discusses his research.
Are stressed consumers spending more or less?
This seminar will use Australian survey data to examine to effect of mental and financial stress on household spending.
Global Seminar Series. Linking economic nationalism with global value chain: Indonesia's nickel sector industrial policies
Dr Kyunghoon Kim will examine economic nationalism through Indonesia’s policies in the nickel industry.
Emerging economies in northern Australia: opportunities and challenges
Explore emerging economies in northern Australia with Dr Kamaljit K Sangha in this RE&D Research Seminar.
The disproportionate growth of manufacturing industries after a banking crisis
Khresna Satriyo presents his research on the aftermath of systemic banking crises across 100 countries from 1980 to 2019.
The Effect of School Closures on Standardised Test Scores
What is the effect of COVID-19 related school closures on student achievement?
What the Global MPI tells us about Child Poverty
Seminar presenting the global MPI 2022 findings and what this tells us about child poverty.
Information session: Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP)
Are you interested in the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP)? Don’t miss the opportunity to find answers to your questions while considering applying.
Food, fuel, and facts: Distributional effects of external shocks
This seminar will explore the implications of commodity prices on consumption inequality among Indian households.
Global economic impacts of physical climate risks
Roshen Fernando presents his research on the global economic impacts of physical climate risks.
Interhousehold transfers in urban PNG: a study from the 1980s
In this seminar, Dr Louise Morauta will present on interhousehold transfers in urban PNG and examines the effect of transfers on the wellbeing of households.
Monetary policy shocks and firm innovation
To what extent can monetary policy impact business innovation?
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