Annie Song: China’s approach to global fisheries: power in the governance of anti-illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing
Please join us for an RE&D Research Notes webinar on China’s approach to global fisheries by guest speaker Dr Song.
This presentation identifies some specific examples in constitutional, political and administrative realms, within the wider context of the divergence in political theory between philosophies that seek to empower people to do good, and those that seek to limit people’s capacity to do bad.
Fertility responses to short-term economic stress: Exploring the effects of a wealth shock in a pre-transitional settler colony
This seminar uses historical data from South Africa to explore the effect of economic stress on fertility.
This event will be held in-person and live streamed on YouTube. Please follow the link to register.
This seminar will investigate the commemoration of natural disasters in the context of Indonesia’s growing tourism industry, and also offer some reflections on how cultural differences in dealing with and responding to calamities and loss have figured in the commodification of disasters.
The delocalised community and the search for new local resource governance: Emerging lessons from Nepal’s community forestry
Drawing on the speaker’s two decades of policy-engaged research on Nepal’s community forestry development, this seminar demonstrates the dynamics of delocalisation of forest user communities in Nepal, and then shows how this transformative change has rendered conventional community forestry institutions obsolete.
This seminar will dive into the economics of surfing, with a Noosa case study.
This presentation presents findings on an extensive analysis of the activities and outcomes of the Australian environmental movement covering four topics; who the environmental movement consists of, what they are doing, why they are doing it, and what they are achieving.
2022 Indonesia Update conference. Gender equality and diversity in Indonesia: identifying progress and challenges
This conference will reflect on the 20 years since the last Indonesia Update on gender, bring to the centre stage gender relations in Indonesia, and present an overview of the political, economic, social, and cultural progress and barriers in achieving gender equality and diversity.
Could urban form moderate mental distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from Jakarta, Indonesia
Budy Resosudarmo talks about the relationship between urban form and mental distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
Mara Hammerle presents her research on identifying barriers to investment in rooftop solar by property investors and preferences for policy features to support such investment activity.
Competing for attention - The effect of talk radio on elections and political polarization in the US
Ashani Amarasinghe presents on the effects of talk radio on elections and political polarization.
Increasing tax compliance and payment of small businesses with nudges: Evidence from a field experiment in Indonesia
Agung Endika Satyadini presents his research on the tax compliance behaviour of small businesses in Indonesia.
In this ANU-UPNG seminar, Thomas Wangi examines why profit-maximising commercial banks in PNG demand non-remunerated excess reserves.
Using Australian business tax returns and investment data, we estimate the impact of several investment incentives that have been implemented through the tax system.