As China’s economy grows and vertical specialisation rises in Asia, the question of how and to what extent China influences other Asian economies through this specific trade channel is of interest to researchers. Given the high degree global value chain participation and trade integration with China, Taiwan serves as a good case to examine this question.
The National Security College invites undergraduate and postgraduate students who would like to work in the national security community, to an evening with presenters from the Commonwealth as well as the private sector.
Taehyun Ryu presents his PhD research on the economic importance of institutions.
The authors estimate and study the determinants of governments’ take from the resource sector, before undertaking international comparisons.
The paper presented in this seminar investigates the macroeconomic implications of demographic changes when households have age-dependent increasing risk aversion in future utility.
Autonomous vehicle (AV), or connected autonomous vehicle (CAV), is one of the hottest issues among Japanese policymakers these days.
Huong Do presents her PhD research on efficiency in rice production in Vietnam.
The National Parliamentary Fellowships Program (NPFP) was established and piloted in 2016 with the goal of promoting exchanges between Australia and the parliaments and legislative bodies of its key partners in Asia. The program is aligned to the aims of the 2012 White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century, and of the Reverse Colombo Plan. The program is funded through multiple funding bodies within DFAT, such as the Australia-Japan Foundation and the Australia-China Foundation.
With an ageing population and stagnate economy the problem of income inequality is heavily discussed yet health inequality has risen as a prominent issue.
Global economic gains from complying with the Paris Climate Accord: results from large dimensional trade and climate models
Tom Kompas suggests considerable global economic gains from complying with the Paris Climate Accord, and argues that many poorer countries are most impacted by climate change.
The paper presented in this seminar examines the determinants of Taiwan’s terms of trade over the last three decades.
This seminar will discuss the position of Indonesian cinema after the New Order as a cultural product
On 14 August in the ANU College of Law foyer, our staff will be there to help students looking to talk through their career context and explore graduate study options at Crawford School.
Five leaders in policy, counter-terrorism operations, journalism and academia come together for a discussion on the evolution of terror.
Ruth Nikijuluw presents her PhD findings on village-level government form in Indonesia
The purpose of this research is to investigate the effect of prefectural ordinances on juvenile delinquency.
Risky data: The combined effect of risk preference and negative framing on intended participation in the Consumer Data Right
The Consumer Data Right (CDR), which began in Australian on the 1st of July 2019, aims to give Australian customers a right to access data about them held by businesses.
The author investigates agglomeration economies and their interactions with informality in cities in Ecuador, looking at both the production and consumption sides of the economy.
Kiribati is one of the most remote of the Pacific islands, but also has one of the largest and most productive fisheries. With the introduction of the Vessel Day Scheme in 2012 leading to a massive increase in fishing license revenue, never before has Kiribati had such opportunity to engage proactively in its own development using its own resources. Between 2012 and 2015 there was an unprecedented expansion of government revenue, and in 2016 to 2019 a similarly unprecedented expansion of government expenditure.
Yuventus Effendi presents his PhD research on electricity market integration in East Asia.
Fisher argues the case for market-based policy instruments rather than regulation and special sectoral arrangements to solve the climate problem.
Policy rules were the subject of much research in the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s, but in the following years, until recently, there was a lull. Now there’s a big pickup, whether at conferences, in research papers, or in central bank publications, including whole new sections on rules in comparison with actual policy.
Trang Be presents her PhD findings on political connections and small and medium enterprise survival in Vietnam.
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