Todd Morris presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Applied Microeconomics.
Susan K Sell examines the phenomenon of increasing use of institutions at multiple levels in the global regulation of intellectual property.
Malini Sur discusses how the bicycle mediates the changing relationship that daily wage-workers and migrant vendors have with post-colonial cities in India.
Greg Cutbush looks at three main problems involved in managing the UK’s planned exit from the EU.
This event will see the launch of a special edition of the Australian Journal of International Affairs. The speakers will look at key themes associated with the contemporary formulation of national security policy.
John Creedy discusses some of the difficulties of providing summary information about inequality changes, stressing the central role of value judgements.
Sambit Bhattacharyya investigates the economic consequences of mining on living standards in Sub-Saharan Africa.
This event is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet College researchers, and discuss the PhD application process and potential research topics.
Scholars, public service and academic leaders examine how universities are translating their research into economic and social benefits, and encouraging greater collaboration between universities, industries and other research users.
In this event, Grant Walton will discuss his new book which examines the relevance of anti-corruption discourse in Papua New Guinea.