18th HW Arndt Lecture delivered by Prof. Sean Turnell: The perils of economic reform in Myanmar
In this lecture to honour the legacy of Professor Heinz Arndt, Macquarie University’s Professor Sean Turnell discusses Myanmar’s journey of economic reform and the setbacks that have undone years of progress.
Book Launch - The Paradox of Agrarian Change
Professors John McCarthy and Andrew McWilliam discuss their new book on economic development and agrarian change in rural Indonesia.
Assessing the short-term impacts on economic growth: A study of four extreme weather shocks
Xueting Jiang presents her research on the economic impacts of extreme weather hazards (heat waves, cold spells, floods, and droughts) in both high- and low-income countries.
Withdrawing from, and contributing to, superannuation during COVID-19 for a tax saving
Join Tristram Sainsbury as he presents his PhD Seminar.
The benefits and costs of ‘water for all’ in Australia
This seminar presents the results of a cost-benefit analysis of clean drinking water access for Australian communities.
2023 aid budget breakfast
Join the Development Policy Centre (Devpol) for a virtual aid budget breakfast. The Devpol team will bring you the latest analysis on Australia’s aid budget, aid policy and performance, and the global aid outlook.
Launch of the Australian Policy Handbook: A practical guide to the policymaking process 7th Edition
Hear from Professor Glyn Davis, Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet in conversation with Dean Professor Helen Sullivan as they discuss the importance of public policy in Australia.
Games and unessays for authentic assessment and learning
Siobhan McDonnell, Caroline E. Schuster and Alison Cumming-Thom present ‘Disaster games and unessays for authentic assessment and learning’ in this RE&D Research Notes webinar.
Online book discussion. In sickness and in health: Diagnosing Indonesia
Join our online book discussion of Dr Firman Witoelar and Dr Ariane Utomo’s book In sickness and in health: Diagnosing Indonesia
Sadli Lecture 2023
Gender equality and development: Indonesia in a global context
Electricity markets with speculative storage and stochastic generation and demand
This seminar delves into electricity market design, presenting modelling results.
The impact of foreign demand shocks on input demand and domestic sales: evidence from Indonesia after the GFC
The seminar investigates how exporting firms respond to foreign demand shocks, looking at the case of Indonesian firms following the Global Financial Crisis.
Paskal Kleden's PhD oral presentation "PDIA in practice: a case study of INOVASI"
This presentation will summarise findings from Paskal Kleden’s PhD, which examines the implementation of Problem-driven Iterative Adaptation by INOVASI, an Australian-funded education program in Indonesia.
Unlocking the economic benefits of gender equality
Join us on 26 May as Giorgia Demarchi presents new World Bank research which makes a clear economic case for faster action on gender equality in Papua New Guinea.
Self-control and unhealthy body weight: The role of impulsivity and restraint
We examine the relationship between trait self-control and body weight.
R&D needs for US agriculture in a changing climate
Ariel Ortiz-Bobea presents new research on agricultural research and development in a changing climate
Budget beyond the numbers: an exclusive conversation with the Hon Dr Jim Chalmers MP the Treasurer
Hear from the Hon Dr Jim Chalmers, the Treasurer, in a thought-provoking discussion with Professor Janine O’Flynn, Director of the Crawford School of Public Policy ANU. Following this one-on-one conversation, hear from our ANU experts as they explore the long-term repercussions of Budget 2023 on the Australian economy and society.
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