Fertility responses to short-term economic stress: Exploring the effects of a wealth shock in a pre-transitional settler colony
This seminar uses historical data from South Africa to explore the effect of economic stress on fertility.
This presentation identifies some specific examples in constitutional, political and administrative realms, within the wider context of the divergence in political theory between philosophies that seek to empower people to do good, and those that seek to limit people’s capacity to do bad.
Annie Song: China’s approach to global fisheries: power in the governance of anti-illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing
Please join us for an RE&D Research Notes webinar on China’s approach to global fisheries by guest speaker Dr Song.
Stewart Nixon presents his research on migration and foreign direct investment policy complementarity in Australia’s modern history.
This event will bring together alumni of the Crawford Economics PhD program to share and discuss post-PhD career strategies.
This two-day event was held on 25 and 26 August 2022 at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
This seminar examines the ideological and organisational shift of some underground music scene participants from secular, progressive, and leftist politics towards Islamic conservatism and right-wing Islamism in post-authoritarian Indonesia.
Lynda Sanderson presents on the firm-level impacts of missing migrants due to the COVID-19 border closure in New Zealand.
Peter Sands, the Executive Director of The Global Fund, will lay out plans to build on 20 years of impact, to protect everyone, everywhere from the deadliest infectious diseases and build a healthier, more equitable world.
Nhat Mai Nguyen presents her research on the impact of political leader rotations on exports in Vietnam.