The Crawford School Research Seminar (CSRS) is a forum for scholars from across Crawford School of Public Policy to share their research and receive input from faculty and doctoral candidates on works-in-progress.
Convenor: Llewelyn Hughes
Seminar is held on every second Friday, 12 – 1pm in Brindabella Theatre, Level 2, JG Crawford Building 132 (unless specified differently).
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Warwick McKibbin will outline his ARC Centre of Excellence project on population ageing.
Susan K Sell examines the phenomenon of increasing use of institutions at multiple levels in the global regulation of intellectual property.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Frank Jotzo discusses energy sector reform in Australia, and introduces the new research hub's plans.
Collaboration is the ‘new normal’ in public policy and practice. In this seminar, Helen Sullivan considers the implications of understanding collaboration in this way, including the need to think more expansively about the places, spaces, and scales of collaboration to build new knowledge.
In this Crawford Research School Seminar, David Sterns discusses what is the best direction forward for research on electricity and development.
In this Crawford School Research Seminar, Joyce Wu discusses how lake water pollution exacerbates existing gender inequality and gendered norms.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Gabriela Scheufele will report on the development and application of a Payment for Environmental Services scheme that aims to increase the supply of biodiversity in Lao PDR.
In this special Crawford School Research Seminar, Katie Steele discusses how causal claims/explanations such as ‘climate change causes conflict’ involve social/ethical value judgements.
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