The speakers present work in progress on the design, distributional effects and fiscal cost of a basic income scheme.
Benjamin Aust provides an overview of his recent paper, Understanding price fluctuations in the National Electricity Market.
Yukio Okamoto discusses how Japan’s relationship with the United States will likely evolve under the Trump presidency and what challenges and opportunities exist for the future of Indo-Pacific security.
Bambang Brodjonegoro discusses the 2045 visions’ four pillars: human resources with advance science technology, sustainable economic development, even and inclusive distribution, and good governance.
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Wataru Takahashi analyses the key points of reference for analysing the success of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘Abenomics’ reforms.
The speakers will discuss the benefit of opening up to international food trade that would improve Indonesia’s individual food security significantly.
Zelda La Grange shares her insights from a long career in the male dominated world of politics. Crawford School’s Professor Sharon Bessell will introduce Zelda.
The speakers review the impact of Sri Lanka’s 1977 economic reform initiatives, arguing that reform was effective even in the extremely adverse circumstances of its 1983-2009 civil war.
Solahudin will assess the danger of Indonesian returnees from Syria-Iraq and the Philippines.