In this event, Grant Walton will discuss his new book which examines the relevance of anti-corruption discourse in Papua New Guinea.
In this public seminar, Professors Medcalf and Sussex will explore how China and Russia’s sophisticated toolkits have spread their influence abroad.
In this event leading experts will explore key issues including the historical dynamics of Indonesia’s engagement with the world, its stance on the South China Sea, and the emergence of new nationalism.
In this seminar and workshop Dr Legrand, Dr Henschke and Ms Carroll will consider the vulnerabilities, ethics and policy options related to cyber security and democracy.
Experts from Japan, and Australia presents research on electricity markets, economic and financial issues on commodity markets in order to support valuation, risk management strategies and investment decision-making.
Leading researchers discuss how trade liberalisation impacts on gender roles and gender segregation in the labour market, what greater labour market participation means for women’s roles within society, and how to measure the extent of labour force participation and the nature and impacts of that work.
The speakers discuss the findings of a recent Productivity Commission report which models a set of scenarios based on new US trade policies and seeks to identify their implications for Australia.
Nematullah Bizhan discusses the complex relations between the Afghanistan government and foreign donors in their efforts to rebuild state institutions.
In this public seminar and scenario workshop, the speakers will explore how sophisticated toolkits developed by Russia and China have spread their influence abroad
Michael Littlewood discusses how foreigners set up trusts in New Zealand to escape tax in their home country, and the New Zealand government’s actions to prevent such abuses.