Please note: this event has now been cancelled.
Drawing on the histories of the peoples who regard themselves as the original landowners of the concession area of Sorowako nickel project in South Sulawesi, this seminar will discuss how well identities framed primarily in terms of this global discourse can provide a remedy for adverse dispossession.
After extensive experience in Japanese government committees and research into financial systems and services.
Join us on the morning of Wednesday May 9 when Professor Stephen Howes will present to you the Development Policy Centre’s analysis at the aid budget breakfast.
The changing welfare of rural households in the vicinity of large-scale land acquisitions in Tanzania
Emma Aisbett looks into the impact of large foreign land acquisitions on the rural poor in Tanzania.
How will nations, including Australia, navigate the rising challenges? What might the future security order look like?
This event will see the launch of Joyce Wu’s book, which provides a feminist analysis of men’s motivations for joining violence against women’s movement.
How will nations, including Australia, navigate rising challenges? What might the future security order look like?
In this talk David Vines will describe the Rebuilding Macroeconomic Theory Project, which led to a number of papers in the Oxford Review of Economics Policy.
In this seminar Hang Hoang presents the results of her investigation into the determinants of innovation in manufacturing SMEs in Vietnam.