Chiyomi Kobayashi is a social activist based in Hokkaido. Following her graduation from Chuo University, Chiyomi worked for Nichiryo Baking Co. where she became interested in women workers’ rights, human rights and peace movements.
In this talk, Prof David Vines will provide an overview of his recent paper ‘Monetary and fiscal policy in the Great Moderation and the Great Recession’. In this paper he argues for a new approach to monetary and fiscal policy.
The Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) and the ANU Japan Institute will once again co-host the annual Japan Update.
The Honourable Malakai Tabar MP will discuss the issues and challenges that Papua New Guinea is currently facing in the higher education sector, and the reforms underway.
This study investigates whether and how dividend imputation mitigates large companies’ tax avoidance via tax base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) in the context of Australia.
This panel discussion will showcase high-profile speakers from Papua New Guinea and Australia.
This study empirically investigates the determinants of political fragmentation in local parliaments and the impact of that fragmentation and direct local government elections on fiscal and service outcomes in Indonesia.
In this seminar Benjamin Wong will provide an overview of his recent paper, ‘Structural VARs, Deterministic and Stochastic Trends: How Much Detrending Matters For Shock Identification’.
This talk uses the Vietnam Rural-Urban Migration Survey 2013 (VRUMS2013) and the Vietnam Household Living Standards Survey 2012 (VHLSS2012) to investigate the earnings differential between urban residents and rural migrants.
In this seminar Luis Uzeda will provide an overview of his recent paper, ‘What if Structural Breaks Were in the Number of Shocks?’.