Ruth Nikijuluw presents her PhD findings on village-level government form in Indonesia
Five leaders in policy, counter-terrorism operations, journalism and academia come together for a discussion on the evolution of terror.
On 14 August in the ANU College of Law foyer, our staff will be there to help students looking to talk through their career context and explore graduate study options at Crawford School.
This seminar will discuss the position of Indonesian cinema after the New Order as a cultural product
The paper presented in this seminar examines the determinants of Taiwan’s terms of trade over the last three decades.
Global economic gains from complying with the Paris Climate Accord: results from large dimensional trade and climate models
Tom Kompas suggests considerable global economic gains from complying with the Paris Climate Accord, and argues that many poorer countries are most impacted by climate change.
With an ageing population and stagnate economy the problem of income inequality is heavily discussed yet health inequality has risen as a prominent issue.
The National Parliamentary Fellowships Program (NPFP) was established and piloted in 2016 with the goal of promoting exchanges between Australia and the parliaments and legislative bodies of its key partners in Asia. The program is aligned to the aims of the 2012 White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century, and of the Reverse Colombo Plan. The program is funded through multiple funding bodies within DFAT, such as the Australia-Japan Foundation and the Australia-China Foundation. The pilot year of the program ran successfully with the support of former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, the former Chair and current Deputy Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.
Huong Do presents her PhD research on efficiency in rice production in Vietnam.
Autonomous vehicle (AV), or connected autonomous vehicle (CAV), is one of the hottest issues among Japanese policymakers these days.