The speakers will discuss progress on breastfeeding policies and associated funding across the region, and explore how these experiences can improve gender equality and women’s economic security.
Mathias Sinning discusses a new approach suitable for a wide range of social experiments, medical trials, and non-experimental policy evaluations.
Giovanni Caggiano presents this Research School of Economics Seminar on Macroeconomics.
Bringing together experts from Australia, Japan and around the region, the Japan Update provides a comprehensive overview of Japan’s current economic and political landscape.
Peter McCawley looks for policy lessons for Australia’s future involvement in the Asian region from the 50 year history of the Asian Development Bank.
This event brings together distinguished economists and policymakers from India and Australia to review recent policy changes, assess their prospects for success and understand their implications for Australian economic policy.
Sam Koim discusses how to combat corruption in Papua New Guinea.
The debate about the sources of growth in East Asia after a quarter of a century: much ado about nothing
Jesus Felipe reviews what has been learned during the last 25 years about East Asia’s growth from using growth accounting exercises and estimations of production functions.
Joerg Lingens explores the effects of households’ behaviours on electricity demand and discusses possible policy options that nudge households to lower electricity usage.
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