Join our curated panel of experts to discuss recent energy & climate policy developments and areas for bilateral cooperation.
This presentation outlines the development of Jakarta’s first stock exchange, between its stepwise institutionalisation since 1898 and its demise in 1958.
Historical validation of saving and trade intensities using the GDyn-FS model and historically informed baseline projections
Paul Gretton looks at possible alternative future trade growth scenarios and what these may mean for trade policy formation at the national, regional and global levels.
Matt Woolf presents his PhD research on the impact of technological development on economic growth and inequality.
This interactive session will discuss Sango Mahanty’s new book: Unsettled Frontiers: Market formation in the Cambodia-Vietnam Borderlands (Cornell 2022). In addition to the author, panelists include Sarah Turner, John-Christophe Diepart, Chanrith Ngin and Sarah Milne.
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) is often perceived as an innocent space that does not perpetuate traditional gender ideologies. This presentation will discuss 1) the extent to which the teaching in ECEC is gendered in Indonesia, and 2) the so-called ‘feminization of ECEC’ that justifies teachers’ low wages.
An installation-level model of China’s coal sector shows how its decarbonisation and energy security plans will reduce overseas coal imports
Jorrit Gosens presents results from a newly-developed model of China’s coal sector.
Join Holly and our esteemed panellists as they deep-dive into their own personal experiences of strategic leadership, impactful communication, raising brand profile, professional support networks and balancing leadership with personal wellbeing. The event is free and held virtually, so attendees can join live from anywhere in Australia.
Mara Hammerle presents her PhD research on the impact of replacing existing heaters with energy-efficient reverse cycle air-conditioners (RCACs) in social housing in Australia.
Larry Liu analyses global demographic change and international capital flows.