Toan Nguyen presents new work on the effects of migration on manufacturing plants.
In this presentation, Professor Reeve will discuss the process of writing the biography, as well as what it tells us, not only about Onghokham’s personal and professional life, but about Indonesian history writ large.
Please join us for this Resources, Environment and Development (RE&D) Research Notes webinar by guest Dr Michele Lobo.
In the 6th Mubyarto Public Policy Forum, Dr Rimawan Pradiptyo will present research that uses an experimental design to investigate the deterrence effects of fines on corruption.
Coal generator revenues and the rise of renewable generation: Evidence from Australia’s National Electricity Market
How new renewable generation affects incumbent coal generators in Australia’s National Electricity Market will be explored.
What role does informal politics play in health funding in Indonesia? The speakers will present findings from a study that examines the impact of informal politics such as rent-seeking and clientelism on Special Allocation Funds (DAK) provided to districts for healthcare service provision.
Research and innovation as drivers for strengthening the role of state owned enterprises in the Indonesian economy
Sitta Izza Rosdaniah discusses research and innovation as drivers for strengthening the role of state owned enterprises in the Indonesian economy.
This seminar focuses on an analysis of the proposed rewrite of the residence rules for individual taxpayers in Australia.
Promoting vaccination take-up at the Last Mile: Evidence from a randomised controlled trial in rural Indonesia
Armand Sim uses a randomised controlled trial to find out whether door-to-door information campaign increases COVID-19 vaccine uptake in rural Indonesia.
This seminar will examine how democratic change has affected the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI) and the strategies it uses to promote social change. Drawing on YLBHI’s experiences during the #ReformasiDikorupsi protests in 2019, it will describe how YLBHI has made an unexpected return to prominence as Indonesian democracy has been challenged.
Please join us for this Thesis Proposal Review (TPR) hybrid seminar by RE&D PhD candidate, Manita Raut.
Helen Mitchell will discuss economic statecraft.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘How economics can improve public policy as Australia, and the world, recover from the pandemic’
Impact of non-tariff measures on trade among members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
Amphaphone Sayasenh presents her research about the impact of non-tariff measures on trade among members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to meet you. Have a face-to-face chat with us at the Lotte Legend Hotel on 20 November 2022 between 2 - 4 pm if you have been searching for an opportunity to upskill, retrain or change tracks for a brighter future.
The 32nd annual Conference of Chinese Economics Society Australia (CESA) meeting is organised by Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy of the Australian National University in Canberra.
The 2022 theme is “China and the World Economy: Common challenges and shared opportunities”.
Muslims form the largest non-Christian religious community in Australia. On Australia’s doorstep are emerging economies with large Muslim populations, such as Indonesia and India. With growing middle classes spurring a demand for Halal products, this workshop will look at recent trends in Halal industries and future opportunities.
Environmental Regulation, Local Vulnerability and Enforcement: Evidence from an Emission Limit Policy in China
This seminar investigates the effect of environmental regulation on energy conservation and emission reduction.
China Update 2022: Australia’s premier forum for in-depth discussion and analysis of the Chinese economy discusses China’s transition to a new phase of growth and development.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to meet you. Come to the information seminar at Daewoo Hotel from 2.00-4.00pm on 26 November 2022, an opportunity for you to find a pathway for a brighter future.
The 2022 Australasian AID Conference will be held on 28–30 November, in partnership with The Asia Foundation.