Ross Tapsell asks how and why ‘hoax news’ spreads, and argues that Indonesia’s information society is shifting rapidly due to the prevalence of mobile phone and social media usage, occurring concurrently with declining trust in mainstream media.
Technology and the future of work in India: an exploration of the likely (or unlikely) impact of automation in developing countries
Sher Singh Verick looks at the threat of technological unemployment in developing countries.
Peter Whiteford discusses the experiences of Australian working age households over the last 35 years.
In this Crawford Research Seminar, Warwick McKibbin will outline his ARC Centre of Excellence project on population ageing.
Peter Matthews discusses public policy and policy implementation for the LGBT community.
The speakers discuss the challenges facing the returned O’Neill government, and what the Prime Minister and his new Treasurer should do about them.
Sephora Mangin presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Markus Brueckner investigates the complex relationship between trade, education levels, and income inequality.
Isao Ishida provides an overview of the financial market volatility literature, and presents a new approach for modelling and forecasting the volatility of equity indices.
Bonnie Butlin discusses the benefits of collaboration across the cyber domain and the obstacles that need to be overcome to achieve successful outcomes.