Eric Kwa discusses the PNG government’s push to strengthen government systems and processes, including the design of the PNG Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).
Jane Golley looks at the relative contributions of personal circumstances (inequality of opportunity) and effort in shaping China’s labour income distribution.
Celeste Black reviews and evaluates the current tax mechanisms in Australia, and challenges the Australian Taxation Office’s recent developments in tax law and administration.
Leila S Chudori discusses her work including her book Pulang (Home, 2012), a tale of Indonesian journalists banned from coming home in the aftermath of the Communist purge in Indonesia in 1965.
Mark Wolf discusses international efforts to combat corruption.
Deni Friawan presents his PhD findings on the importance of local factors for industrial outcomes in Indonesia.
Scott D Sagan discusses the lessons that can be learned from the Cold War for the current crisis with North Korea.
This special event includes a short video performance followed by a discussion on climate change’s impacts on public health, national and regional economies, and military operability.
Christopher Meissner presents this Research School of Economics Seminar.
The speakers review the successes and failures of the program, and discuss whether the lessons of the last ten years have implications for other small island developing states.