The 14th Australasian Development Economics Workshop (ADEW) will be held on 6–7 June 2018 at The Australian National University.
Lien Huong Do presents her PhD research on the efficiency of aquaculture in Vietnam.
This public forum will bring together expert panelists to explore the questions of ‘what does forward-looking and ethical investment mean for an organisation like ANU?’ and ‘how should organisations like ANU structure their investment portfolios in anticipation and support of the low-carbon transition of the world economy?’
This paper establishes that poverty is indeed multidimensional. It then presents arguments as to which dimensions and indicators should be included within a multidimensional measure and how they should be weighed against each other.
This forum will bring the authors of a number of evaluations of various, important Australian aid projects in PNG.
Howard Bamsey, Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), discuss the needs and opportunities for climate action, and the pivotal role that the GCF plays in driving forward climate transformation and catalysing investments that support the needs of developing countries.
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Join David discusses the key findings of the OECD’s interim report on the ‘Tax Challenges Arising from Digitalisation’.
Russell Toth analyses the importance of political and economic forces—weak governance and the global demand for palm oil—in driving forest fires in Indonesia.
Would Australians be more supportive of redistribution if they knew what level of inequality existed?
Chris Hoy tests whether people would be more supportive of redistributive policies.