On 21 July 2017, the China Economy Program within Crawford School, in collaboration with the Rio Tinto–ANU China Partnership, will present the 17th annual China Update.
Haze pollution has become one of the most important environment problems in China. Both the government and the public have taken great efforts to control it.
The Japan Centre, Department of East Asian Studies, School of Culture, History ＆ Language, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, in conjunction with the ANU Japan Club and the ANU Kabuki Club, is planning to hold another “Japan-related Secondhand Book
The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute is holding an interdisciplinary academic and policy conference on the future of company tax.
The UN High Level Panel (HLP) on Water was officially launched in April 2016 in New York and includes 11 world leaders (Including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull) and one special advisor.
The ANU Grand Challenges Scheme funds transformative research with the potential to radically change our understanding of, and responses to, the world’s most intractable problems. It’s an ambitious and broad reaching initiative designed to fun
In this public lecture Carol Graham will explore the unequally shared American dream. Her study is distinct from other work on inequality because of the metrics that she uses.
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Trade flow analyses based on gross data overstate the domestic value added of exports in the presence of imported intermediates. Measuring domestic and foreign value added of exports using input-output tables has thus become a new trend.
A new geography of global poverty has emerged where the majority of the global poor now reside in middle-income countries.
In an era of strategic uncertainty in the world and in Australia’s region, marked by changing power balances, North Korean nuclear and missile provocations, and violent extremism, new questions have arisen about the best ways to ensure stability and se
The basic structure of the existing international financial institutions (IFIs)—most notably the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)—was designed in July 1944.