Roshen Fernando presents his PhD research on COVID-19, climate change, and antimicrobial resistance.
Tatsuyoshi Okimoto will present his research on cross-border effects of unconventional monetary policy.
Adopting and modifying the approach used by Hines and Rice (1994), we investigate the extent of cross-border profit shifting activities by foreign-owned Australian companies (FOACs).
Siti Ghazali presents her final PhD presentation on real exchange rate misalignment
One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is the exponential embrace of digital-based communications, from work meetings to school learnings to government programs. Practices that had started before the pandemic, such as e-commerce and e-banking grow even stronger. But this also means the elevated importance of cybersecurity, as cybercriminals are also seeing opportunities through their phishing, identity thefts, or even ransomware. We invite Dr Onno Purbo to discuss these issues.
Hai Thanh Nguyen presents her PhD research on FDI and productivity spillovers in Vietnam.
Hear from Rebecca Colvin who will tackle the socio-polictical challenges that stand in the way dealing with climate change in Australia.
Join Associate Professor Shiro Armstrong as he discusses securing Australia’s economic future and what role ANU can play in making it a success.
This seminar addresses the gap in the economic history of PNG by providing time series for various important economic indicators since independence in 1975.
Climate change mitigation co-benefits in the Chinese power sector: How do wealthier and poorer regions differ?
Xueting Jiang presents a thesis proposal review on energy and climate change mitigation in China.