This seminar will preview the authors’ forthcoming article in the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies.
Despite the claims that women fail to access education, job opportunities and political responsibility compared with men, the role of women has gradually changed, and there has been a significant increase in the number of women entrepreneurs recently. Using the data from Vietnam SMEs for the period from 2007 to 2015 and fixed effect estimations, Hang Hoang explores the effects of gender on SME activities in three dimensions: innovation, credit access and environmental outcome.
In this seminar, Anthony Wiskich will describe an integrated assessment model with an unknown temperature threshold where severe and irreversible climate impacts, called a tipping point, occurs.
Pierre van der Eng presents historical evidence on the various causes of episodes of industrialisation and de-industrialisation in Indonesia during 1870-2018.
Join Professor Clarke as he discusses recent studies on the measurement of long-run health inequalities.
Matthew Woolf presents his thesis proposal on human capital and inequality.
This presentation presents the results of focus group discussions and interviews with outreach workers (peers who counsel and assist at-risk individuals), healthcare workers who work at a number of Jakarta healthcare clinics (Puskesmas) and at-risk young men in the capital.
In this seminar Juha Tervala will analyse the welfare multipliers of public spending — the consumption equivalent change in welfare for a one dollar change in public spending — in a DSGE model.
Jason Potts provides an overview of blockchain technology and explains its significance for economists.