This presentation presents the results of focus group discussions and interviews with outreach workers (peers who counsel and assist at-risk individuals), healthcare workers who work at a number of Jakarta healthcare clinics (Puskesmas) and at-risk young men in the capital.
In this seminar Juha Tervala will analyse the welfare multipliers of public spending — the consumption equivalent change in welfare for a one dollar change in public spending — in a DSGE model.
Jason Potts provides an overview of blockchain technology and explains its significance for economists.
Will Martin reports on an attempt to measure the impact on world poverty of research and development undertaken by CGIAR over the period 1971–¬2015.
By building on seven in-depth country case studies (Afghanistan, Burundi, Lebanon, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Papua New Guinea) and recent developments in the field, this panel discusses dimensions of state fragility and pathways that can help to escape fragility.
Phan Le presents his PhD findings on exports and learning in Vietnam
There has never been a more important time to study national security.
Join us at the presentation to explore territorial autonomy in Indonesia and beyond.
Nathan Lane revisits South Korea’s Heavy Chemical and Industry drive, arguing that this temporary drive helped shift the economy into higher value-added activity.
There is a substantial body of theoretical and empirical research on asset price comovement and determinants. The empirical analysis presented in this seminar differs in that it incorporates a channel for cross country comovement in asset prices, as well in a set of proposed asset price determinants, across a sample of nine OECD countries.