Does the presence of tax haven subsidiaries affect the usage of share buybacks schemes? The case of U.S. multinational companies
This study examines whether the use of tax haven subsidiaries by U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs) is associated with more intense usage of share buybacks.
Pierre van der Eng explores the overlooked history of the famine victims during Japanese occupation of Indonesia during the Second World War.
The Public Sector Economics Conference 2023 provides an opportunity to hear the latest research, analysis and thinking in public policy economics.
Business or economic dynamism is often attributed as the reason for increasing concentration, mark ups, declining labour share of income and productivity.
Gender disparities in the effects of clean fuels on health and domestic labour: Evidence from rural China
Yiyi Zhao presents her research on the effects of clean fuels on health and domestic labour in rural China.
The seminar presents a new unified framework to trace value added along global supply chains that distinguishes foreign-invested enterprises from local firms and finds that the size of GVC activities doubles that in the previous literature.
Public lecture by Dr Muhamad Chatib Basri, President Commissioner PT Bank Mandiri and former Finance Minister of the Republic of Indonesia.
Dr Kate Sollis (University of Tasmania) and Dr Herdiyan Maulana (Universitas Negeri Jakarta) explore the culturally mediated concept of well-being.
In this talk, Lauren Rickards will outline the thinking behind the new La Trobe Climate Change Adaptation Lab she is leading and how a detailed focus on ‘work’ opens up important new questions about all climate change responses and the role of universities within them.
In this research we propose an activity prediction framework for a multi-agent recommendation system.