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Lin Qi presents his research about commodity cycles over a period of more than two decades and changes in the interdependence between commodity and equity returns across the expansion and contraction phases of each cycle.
Deficit financing with national saving certificates and its macroeconomic consequences on the Bangladesh economy
Mohammad Mahabub Alam presents his research about the macroeconomic impacts of extensive use of National Saving Certificates (NSCs) in budget financing on the Bangladesh economy.
Eko Sumando presents his research about how political interests impact capital grant allocation in Indonesia.
Join us online or at the Acton theatre for this one-day workshop focusing on the changing masculinities in the postcolonial Asia-Pacific.
The 2022 Australasian AID Conference will be held on 28–30 November, in partnership with The Asia Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
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.