The speakers will draw on experimental research with informal sector workers in Mexico and a unique survey on taxation and social protection in Myanmar to help advance the debate.
This event will see the launch of the Women, Peace and Security Index, speakers will discuss the main findings and its implications.
Vijayendra Rao discusses the work of the Social Observatory, a unit in the World Bank’s Development Research Group.
In this talk, Ben Phillips will discuss The Australian National University’s new estimates of supply and demand for housing at a regional and national level.
Dr Paola Subacchi presents on the rise of the renminbi, based on her latest book The People’s Money, How China is Building a People Currency.
Deasy Pane presents her PhD findings on the effects of access to trade quota on firm productivity in Indonesia.
Julian Le Grand explores service delivery lessons learned from using a mutual model, as well as which services lend themselves best to the mutual delivery model with reference to UK and Australian cases.
A new policy paradigm for resource-rich developing countries: could an export boom be contractionary?
Martin Davies discusses research on a model that incorporates key features of resource-rich developing countries and recommends policy-settings accordingly.
Grassy woodlands are a nationally endangered ecosystem, come and see threatened and other interesting native species on campus.
The 2016 Islamist mobilisation and its impact on intolerance among Indonesian Muslims: new survey findings
Marcus Mietzner presents the main findings of the Indonesian Survey Institute’s recent survey.