In this Crawford Research Seminar, Gabriela Scheufele will report on the development and application of a Payment for Environmental Services scheme design that aims to increase the supply of biodiversity in Lao PDR.
Professor Luc Doyen discusses the main concepts, modelling tools and results related to viability framework as well as many examples in fisheries or land-use management.
Jiti Gao presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
Julia Talbot-Jones discusses the economic and behavioural implications of the property rights change of the Whanganui River.
David Vines discusses whether there is a solution to the crisis in Europe brought about by Brexit, how the effects of protectionist policies in the US might be countered, and whether or not China could provide global leadership.
Dr Harsha de Silva discusses Sri Lanka’s foreign policy and how it is being reoriented towards economic diplomacy.
Andrew Rosser reviews and assesses what can be done to improve teacher management in Indonesia.
Akihisa Mori looks at Australian and Indonesian policy responses to potential ‘resource curse’ impacts of large-scale exports of coal and gas to China.
Stefano Manservisi will discuss European Union development policy, paying particular attention to the Pacific region.
Valentin Zelenyuk presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.