This seminar will discuss the economics of travel bubbles.
This year’s event will bring together experts from Australia and Japan to provide insights into Japan’s economy, politics, foreign policy and science and technology.
Inggrid presents her research on the effect of highway expansions on deforestation in Indonesia.
The use and costs of health care rise substantially in the months prior to death and although the use of palliative care services may be expected to lead to less costly care, the evidence is mixed.
Design and deliver better public policy by undertaking a program from the Policy and Governance department at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
Join us for the Secretary Series featuring Grant Hehir, Auditor-General of Australia, as he discusses the ANAO’s role in enhancing transparency and accountability in the Australian public sector. Gain insights into the framework’s effectiveness from his extensive experience in senior government roles.
Improve the impact of economic policies for trade, finance, development and the environment with advanced economic analysis.
Are you ready to tackle some of the most important and complex environmental problems encountered by humankind?
Join the next generation of national security experts at the ANU National Security College (NSC) in 2023.
Shape your own security journey and find out how you can lead and contribute to national security strategy development within government, industry and NGOs.
The Indonesia Update is largest annual conference on Indonesian society outside of Indonesia and dates back to 1983. Held in September, it is organised by The Australian National University’s Indonesia Project and Department of Political and Social Change.
Non-price energy conservation information and household energy consumption in a developing country: Evidence from an RCT
An RCT-based study in Bangladesh suggests that providing advice on saving energy could significantly reduce households’ energy consumption.
Conrad’s research will explore the anatomy of climate change policy upscaling events. It will seek to understand how an implement-then-upscale approach can overcome barriers to stringency, and how climate change policy instruments can be primed for future upscaling.
Rural livelihoods and vulnerability to environmental and socioeconomic change: Case of high value agricultural communities in middle hills of Nepal
This thesis research explores how large cardamom adopted as high value cash crop shapes vulnerability of rural households and whether it serves as an adaptation pathway under diversification, climate change and labour outmigration.
Does tax simplification motivate small businesses to be more compliant? Evidence from a regression discontinuity in Indonesia
Agung Satyadini presents his research on the effect of a tax simplification program on tax compliance among small businesses in Indonesia.
A cluster analysis of individual taxpayers - what are the characteristics of taxpayers who realise capital gains?
The 50% CGT discount is a significant tax preference, introduced in 1999-2000, which has been the cause of lost tax revenue.
In this seminar, Dr Tim Chambers will outline the development of national datasets for drinking water quality in New Zealand including, a national spatial dataset for water distribution zones (WDZ); and retrospective dataset on water quality parameters.
This paper studies the impact of Vietnamese beliefs on marital auspiciousness, separate from religious norms and organizations, based on Taoist astrology.
Professor Budy Resosudarmo and Professor Ross Garnaut discuss the challenges and opportunities in Indonesia’s energy transition.
Decision-making and policy implementation on for Indonesian peatland restoration: Are households the forgotten key actors?
Sri Lestari will present a PhD Thesis Proposal Review (TPR) seminar on ‘Decision-Making and Policy Implementation for Indonesian Peatland Restoration: Are Households the Forgotten Key Actors?’
Understanding the Stiglitz criticisms of new-Keynesian DSGE models: Trevor Swan, Maynard Keynes and the IPCC
CAMA Seminar:Understanding the Stiglitz criticisms of new-Keynesian DSGE models: Trevor Swan, Maynard Keynes and the IPCC Time: 2:00 to 3:30pm, Thursday 28 September 2023 Venue: Barton Lecture Theatre, Crawford School of Public Policy
New analysis by the World Bank better illustrates the urgent challenges facing the country and further decouples the link between economic activity and household well-being.