This special event includes a short video performance followed by a discussion on climate change’s impacts on public health, national and regional economies, and military operability.
Christopher Meissner presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
The speakers review the successes and failures of the program, and discuss whether the lessons of the last ten years have implications for other small island developing states.
A by-invite only workshop on new research and policy approaches to common challenges to tax and welfare in Australia and Korea.
Zeger van der Wal discusses trends and challenges for public managers, and looks at examples of success and failure in the public sector.
Speakers discuss the new challenges and opportunities for economic and fiscal policy in Australia and Korea.
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Ashok Sharma discusses Washington’s changing view of New Delhi and the role of Indian lobbying in the US Congress.
Huiyu Li presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Kunal Sen examines job creation in manufacturing in developing countries, and the impact of trade integration, human capital and labour regulations.