Agrarian change, food security and social protection: towards a relational analysis of the government of poverty in rural Indonesia
John McCarthy discusses how the predominant problem solving approach embedded in poverty policies provides solutions and considers the implications for vulnerable populations.
Arianto Patunru discusses with the problem of trying to measure the domestic value added of exports when exports have a significant import content, as is common with globally fragmented production.
Carol Graham discusses economic and social inequality in America and the important role of well-being metrics in measuring hope and desperation.
Tony Slatyer explains why the UN Panel was formed, its functions and work plan and how the Panel operates.
This conference looks at the future of company tax in a time of political and economic flux.
Fanrong Meng discusses the challenges and future directions for China to achieve sustainability through institutional, legislative, and development model innovations.
This event is fully booked and registrations have closed.
This event will see the launch of the 2017 China Update Book - China’s new sources of economic growth: human capital, innovation and technological change.
Sheep, kangaroos, bunnies and hypocrisy: Australian international tax policy after the OECD's BEPS project
John Taylor discusses Australia’s proposed adoption of the recommendations of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.
Yusaku Horiuchi discusses an innovative classroom space and teaching method for Crawford staff.