How the News Feed algorithm works, how users can take control of their online experiences, and what this all may mean for public policy and civil discourse? Join us to go under the hood of the Facebook News Feed algorithm.
Productivity and development: Malthus was half right, Lewis half wrong, Schumpeter nailed it; as for Rodrik…
McLeod argues that the literature on development economics does not look good under the microscope.
International trade has been instrumental to rapid economic growth and poverty reduction in Asia and the Pacific, but its benefits are not always shared equitably amongst all segments of the economy. How can international trade promote inclusive growth and empowerment?
The Australasian Aid Conference will be held on 18-20 February 2019, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.
The 2019 Australasian Aid Conference will run from 18-20 February. As part of the pre-conference program, a series of four report and book launches will be open to the public, covering the role of ASEAN, Australian development policy, addressing inequality and marginalisation, and peace and justice in the Pacific.
What are the implications for government policy decisions and how is the World Bank engaging with East Asian countries to navigate this changing world? Join us for an informal dicussion with the World Bank’s Vice President for East Asia and the Pacific to discuss these questions and more.
This talk will report on a fifteen-year project to research the representation of Indonesian regional music and theater on VCD, and other main commercial medium for music.
Sarah Dong investigates the impact of labour market conditions on women’s and men’s intra-household decision power in Indonesia.
Willingness-to-pay for construction noise abatement in Singapore: evidence from a choice modelling survey
Chi Hoong Leong presents his PhD research on willingness to pay to reduce noise pollution in Singapore.
Barli Suryanta introduces his PhD research findings on trade impediments to Indonesia’s trade flows.