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Crawford School Research Papers

Crawford School of Public Policy is in the College of Asia and the Pacific, at The Australian National University. The School's approach to public policy draws on the complementarity between, on the one hand, disciplinary excellence in the core areas of economics, governance, environment and development and, on the other, deep country and region specific knowledge of Asia and the Pacific, including Australia.

Arndt-Corden Department of Economics Working Paper Series

The Arndt-Corden Department of Economics (ACDE) works on theoretical and applied problems of international economics and development, with emphasis on the countries of Southeast, Northeast and South Asia, and the Southwest Pacific.   The Department currently has active interests in macroeconomics and finance, agriculture, industrialisation, the economics of poverty, labour migration, environmental policy, decentralisation, and international trade and capital flows. It is home to Centres that specialise in the economics of South Asia (the Australia-South Asia Research Centre), Indonesia (the Indonesia Project), and Poverty (Poverty Research Centre)

Asia Pacific Economic Papers

Asia Pacific Economic Papers is a working paper series of the Australia Japan Research Centre.  The series aims to provide a forum for the exchange of topical research and that is disseminated on-line or in hard copy to a specialised audience of researchers and libraries throughout the world. The name of the series has changed to reflect more accurately the geographic coverage of the papers. Papers are published under the direction of the Australia-Japan Research Centre's Editorial Advisory Committee and proposals for publication are subject to double-blind external review by two referees

Australia South Asia Research Centre Working Paper Series

The Australia South Asia Research Centre (ASARC) is dedicated to research on the economics and politics of development in the South Asia region, specifically India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives.

Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) Working Paper Series

The Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) brings together economists working on macroeconomic and financial issues throughout Australia and across the Asia Pacific region. Its objectives are to advance teaching, post-graduate training and research into applied macroeconomic and financial issues. The work of the centre is broad and encompasses all elements pertaining to the analysis of aggregate economic data.  CAMA aims to contribute to macroeconomic research and policy analysis through the region by facilitating the creation of a network of scholars at Universities, Central Banks and Treasuries in the region and internationally who wish to engage in co-operation. These scholars visit the centre at various times.

Centre for Climate Economics and Policy (CCEP) Working Paper Series

The Centre for Climate Economics and Policy (CCEP) provides insights on the economics of climate change and its implications for public policy. The Centre's remit includes the analysis of cutting greenhouse gas emissions, as well as adaptation to climate change impacts. The focus is on Australia and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.  CCEP aims to provide cutting edge research and impartial analysis, to bring insights to the policy making process, and to engage in the public debate.

Development Policy Centre (DPC) Discussion Paper Series

The Development Policy Centre (Devpolicy) provides a unique Australian and regional meeting place for researchers and those in the government and non-government sector working in aid and development policy.  The Centre research and promote discussion of aid effectiveness, the Pacific and PNG, and development policy.

The Environmental Economics Research Hub (EERH) addresses Australia's major environmental management challenges with integrated economic research that provides immediate and continuing policy impacts. It brings together leading environmental economists, scientists, educators and policy makers to face the challenges of sustainable water use, soil loss and salinity, biodiversity loss and adaptation to climate change.

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