Pre-conference workshops for the Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 2024 Annual Conference.
Lodging in the state’s house: Understanding the state from standpoint of evicted and relocated kampung residents in Jakarta
This presentation will explore a PhD project designed examine the complexity and intimacy of rights, care, agency, and community, and how their realizations on the ground often in conflict with each other in the context of Jakarta.
This paper studies the value of past coworkers as a source of information about the labour market.
Agricultural mechanization services, adverse selection and by-stage productivity of small farms: Evidence from wheat production in Northern China
This seminar will investigate the influence of agricultural mechanization services on the productivity of small farms at various stages of production and its overall impact at the farm level.
The Data Workshop is jointly organised by CAMA, CEPAR and TTPI
ANU, on February 22, 2024.
In this project I study the relationship between state-formation, natural resource extraction and the spatialization of different forms of governance by examining roads and road-building in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
In a post 9/11 security climate, aid securitisation became an instrumental tool in shaping security, political and stability paradigms in fragile states of geostrategic importance. This dissertation critically engages with the theoretical and practical implications of aid securitisation. This thesis examines the paradox inherent in institutionalised aid securitisation to establish the extent to which institutionalised aid securitisation facilitates or contributes to insecurity and instability in Somalia and the factors that exacerbate this dynamic.
A data-driven foundation for the management and monitoring of novel and endemic infectious diseases in Australia
Chloe Rice presents an overview of her PhD research on data-driven pandemic management.
This paper estimates the extent to which the Australian tax and transfer system redistributes income between Australians of different ages.
In this talk, Professor Douglas Irwin from Dartmouth College will discuss how the world is in a new phase of globalisation with the demise of policy liberalisation and the rise of economic nationalism, industrial policy, and geopolitical tensions.
Slowly but surely: the effects of electoral quotas on women's candidacy and representation in Indonesia
In this seminar, Stephen Sherlock examines quantitative evidence that the progressive strengthening of quotas on women’s political participation in Indonesia has been associated with improved representation of women in the national parliament (DPR).
Prof Jong-Wha Lee (Korea University) will present the CAMA Public Lecture at 5pm on 29 February 2024 in the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.