Kazi Zaman shares his PhD findings on the effect of regional cooperation in sustainable agriculture.
Dung Doan argues for a more nuanced approach to measuring the repayment burden associated with time-based repayment student loans.
Can information shape preferences for redistribution? Evidence from randomised controlled trials in 12 countries
Christopher Hoy presents his PhD research on how information influences preferences about inequality.
David Vanzetti queries the scope for increasing inter-regional trade by reforming or harmonising NTMs to common standards.
No-arbitrage determinants of credit spread curves under the unconventional monetary policy regime in Japan
Tatsuyoshi Okimoto, Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at the Crawford School of Public Policy, co-editor of Japanese Economic Review and Gendai Finance (journal of Nippon Finance Association in Japanese), and research director for Australia-Japan Research Centre discuses monetary policy in Japan. Join us as Okki explores what credit curves are and how global factors have influenced Japan’s monetary policy and its affect on credit.
In this seminar Daniel Silva Withmory will present his thesis proposal review on the effect of government expenditure on real activity, public debt and other economic variables in a small open economy such as Australia.
Dr R A Mashelkar discusses how we can do the magic of achieving equality of access, or at least access to the essentials of life, despite income inequality.
Chris Murphy looks at the advantages to Australian consumers of reducing Australia’s relatively high company tax rate.
Todd Morris discusses the effects of raising pension-claiming ages in response to population ageing.
In this seminar Kate McKinnon will present her thesis proposal review on “Investigating linkages between asset markets: A latent factor approach”.