In addition to deep emissions cuts, removing CO2 from the atmosphere is unavoidable to reach net-zero or net-negative emissions, by counterbalancing residual or legacy emissions. How can policymakers incentivize the timely upscaling of Carbon Dioxide Removal without undermining the priority of emission reductions?
This month’s ANU-UPNG seminar discusses the findings of new survey data and an audit of remittance costs to examine the Pacific remittance market, with a focus on the Australia-Tonga and New Zealand-Tonga corridors as case studies.
We use newly developed agricultural production account data comparable across 15 OECD countries (1973-2016) to study the impact of adopting agricultural production techniques.
This seminar will present empirical results on the effects of welfare benefits on political support in India.
This forum serves as a platform for the International Fund for Agricultural Development President to share insights and inspire joint actions with Australian partners towards a more sustainable, equitable, and resilient global food future.
This oral presentation will explore a PhD that highlights the strategic implications for states and rebel groups at war and third parties seeking to shape intrastate conflict outcomes and resolve conflict.
Are you interested in the 2024 Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP)? Join us for the online information session on Friday, 8 March 2024, from 4:00pm - 5:30pm (AEDT), and find out more about the program.
Bracket creep describes the effect in a progressive tax system where nominal income growth pushes taxpayers onto higher tax rates without an increase in real income.
Does commitment savings alter seasonal poverty dynamics among the ultra-poor? Evidence from high-frequency data
This seminar shares the findings a randomized evaluation of commitment savings interventions on seasonal poverty dynamics in high-frequency data.
Does the feminization of agricultural labor empower women? Investigating gender dynamics and cropping system inside rural smallholder households in Bangladesh
Mashrufah Khatun’s thesis proposal review (TPR): ‘Does the feminization of agricultural labor empower women? Investigating gender dynamics and cropping system inside rural smallholder households in Bangladesh’.
Impact of formal childcare price and informal childcare availability on mother's work-childcare arrangement
The purpose of this paper is to examine the responsiveness of labour supply and childcare utilisation of mothers to formal child-care price and informal childcare (IFCC) availability in Australia.
Come along to the Postgraduate Showcase, hosted by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. This is an excellent opportunity to discover the extensive range of postgraduate programs the College offers within the disciplines of public policy, development, economics, sustainability, national security, international affairs, diplomacy, governance and culture.
This seminar will present evidence from Indonesia on beliefs regarding female employment.
This PhD final presentation introduces an exploration of Tongan queer thought, grounded through fananga (story telling) as a research method and methodology.
Exercise of adaptive leadership by senior officials in the Australian public service as a Westminster-derived institution
This PhD research project aims to explore how Senior Executive Service officers in the Australian federal government make use of a specific leadership model, adaptive leadership (AL), in conceiving of and performing their roles. Findings suggest that where AL’s features are consistent with, or complementary to, Westminster-informed leadership mores, they operate more freely; but where they are inconsistent, AL is readily modified or even dislodged.
This paper examines the impact of individualised government funding for disability supports, through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Building public support for reducing fossil fuel subsidies: Evidence across 12 middle-income countries
This seminar will present survey evidence on opinions regarding fossil fuel subsidy reforms.
Disparities between regions within a country are often accompanied by strong heterogeneities with regard to economic activity.