Daniel Suryadarma presents new research on school admission policies in Indonesia.
Insights into public trust and attitudes to the environmental performance in the Australian cattle industry
Dr Bradd Witt will present his research insights on public trust and attitudes to the environmental performance in the Australian cattle industry.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents new challenges and growth opportunities for businesses. In this webinar, we will discuss how fintech, social and startup entrepreneurs navigate the new environment.
This course focuses on the daily workplace challenges of interjurisdictional problem solving under conditions of high uncertainty and complexity. The course gives Commonwealth, state and territory public servants an understanding of the craft of intergovernmental management, including its formal and informal settings and routines, the interests and strategies that must be negotiated and how public servants contribute to the federal system’s stability and resilience, on the one hand, and adjustment and change on the other.
Dr Lelys Dinarte from the World Bank’s Development Research Group presented on ‘Not by land nor by sea: the rise of formal remittances during COVID-19’ on Tuesday 13 April.
This Indonesia Study Group (ISG) seminar will explain the mechanisms through which Jokowi has exercised his coercive power to ‘flip’ Indonesian opposition parties and speculates what his ultimate goal might be.
Martin Parkinson will be in conversation with Katharine Murphy on Martin’s essay A Decade of Drift from Monash University Publishing’s new In the National Interest series. Professor Helen Sullivan, Director of the Crawford School of Public Policy ANU, will deliver the vote of thanks.
Public Policy Forum on agriculture and rural development in Indonesia.
Non-tariff measures and trade among Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership participating countries
Amphaphone Sayasenh presents TPR research on non-tariff measures.
At Risk, or Risky Lives as Protection? Perceptions of vulnerability among socially marginalised citizens during the COVID-19 crisis
Maj Nygaard-Christensen from Aarhus University in Denmark presents on her ethnographic fieldwork conducted in homeless shelters, drug consumption rooms and drop-in centres during the first pandemic wave in Denmark. Her findings challenge dominant ideas about marginalisation and demonstrate that the life experiences of marginalised or ‘at risk’ citizens helped them to manage the COVID-19 crisis.
Asadul Islam will present results from a randomised controlled trial on psychosocial support for Rohingya refugees.
The results from the 3rd State of Infrastructure and Engagement are in and we’re handing over to the experts to debate what they mean.
This seminar will discuss the political entanglement between HIV/AIDS and political organising among some of the gender and sexual minorities most affected by the epidemic
Wanissa Suanin presents her PhD research on food safety compliance.
This seminar will explore the effect of the rise in product market competition, measured by the increase in Chinese exports to Mexico and the US, on the productivity of Mexican plants between 1994 and 2007.
What is the state of macroeconomics? We explore this question by hand-collecting information on the epistemological approaches, theoretical and empirical methods and data sources used in macro research for 1,894 published papers.
Taehyun Ryupresents his PhD research on debt and economic growth