This seminar will compare the current methods of providing retirement security in Australia and the United States.
Does geography affect the location and pace of economic growth? While there is
Christopher Perks, PhD candidate, Research School of Economics, ANU.
Light lunch available.
This seminar will discuss the results of the Jakarta gubernatorial elections on 15 February. It will consider the dynamics of grassroots campaigning as well as the implications of the results for national politics.
After storming into office in the May 2016 Philippine elections under a fiery campaign to wage war on drugs, President Rodrigo Duterte has not ceased to make headlines since then.
This roundtable discussion considers documentary filmmaking as a form of ethnographic observation and fieldwork uncannily close, but also different, from the more traditional format of academic article production.
Michael Kidd, RMIT University.
Afternoon tea available.
Indonesia’s recently adopted decentralisation arrangements, intended to ‘bring government closer to the people’, fail from the point of view of both efficiency and equity.
Myanmar is gaining a lot of opportunity to promote knowledge through public libraries as one of the last countries re-engaged to the world with newly elected democratic government after six decades of authoritarian rule.