Xin Meng argues that descendants of those affected by China’s Cultural Revolution are less trusting, less trustworthy, and less likely to choose to compete than those whose predecessors were not affected.
Hai Thanh Nguyen presents her PhD findings on Vietnamese manufacturing productivity.
The paper presented in this seminar shows that the likelihood a defaulting sovereign is granted an IMF loan is increasing with US banks’ exposures to its country.
The one-day conference discusses the constitutional (rule of law) history in Vietnam, and examines the nature of Vietnam’s polity and compares it with China’s. It also traces the impact of internal and external forces on the reform of the legal system and state institutions in Vietnam.
In search of social protection: The government of poverty and the evolution of entitlements on Indonesia’s rural periphery
Crawford School’s John McCarthy gives the Anthropology Seminar on In search of social protection on Wednesday 2 Oct 2019 from 9.30am - 11.00am at the Marie Reay Teaching Centre.
The authors examine the long-term effects of the spraying of deforestation chemicals by the US military on the prevalence of disability among civilians born after the Vietnam war ended.
Real exchange rate misalignment in developing countries: measurement, determinants, and policy issues
Wishnu Mahraddika presents his PhD findings on real exchange rate misalignment.
In this seminar, Daniel Silva Withmory will present his paper that analyses the responses of output and hours worked to shocks that have permanent and transitory effects on output.
This seminar will examine how middle-class Muslim women are dealing with the contradictory gender expectations arising from their economic and domestic roles
Raghbendra Jha examines the impact of restricted and unrestricted fiscal grants on tax effort of Panchayats (Elected Village Councils) via wages, profits, and incentives.