The Arndt-Corden Department of Economics 2019 Open Forum is an opportunity for all ACDE and Crawford staff, students and interested members of the public to come together, learn about each other’s research and discuss the major economic challenges facing Asia and the World.
Addressing climate change has become a matter of existential and urgent concern. Each year, ANU Learning Communities has been engaging in these discussions through the Great Green Debate. This year the panel will discuss on the question: ‘Should Australia declare a climate emergency?’
Inggrid presents her PhD findings on air passenger traffic and innovation.
Ruchira Talukdar talks about anti-coal and anti-poor on 17 October from 12.30 to 1.30 pm at Crawford School. Come to join us.
This workshop will cover a range of examples of practical enablers proven to lead to system-wide improvements, with the opportunity to compare and contrast approaches in different countries and in different contexts.
In this seminar, Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert discussed the difficult policy choices facing development and humanitarian organisations when every set of policies addressing one side of the equilibrium is bound to impact the other.
Ramesh Paudel argues that intraregional transport costs play a dominant role in lowering trade volumes, and investigates the scope for improving South Asian export performance.
In this lecture, Associate Professor Jennifer Lees-Marshment from the University of Auckland looks at political management and how it is more of a dance than a march, involving the unseen and the informal, and requiring artful and tactful leadership to draw on and extend diverse sources of power.
Nurina Merdikawati presents her PhD research on the employment impacts of restrictive labour market regulations in Indonesia.
Xin Meng argues that descendants of those affected by China’s Cultural Revolution are less trusting, less trustworthy, and less likely to choose to compete than those whose predecessors were not affected.