We study the effects of unanticipated changes in the intra-household division of
After the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and with massive funding commitments coming out of the Paris climate change discussions, the international community now faces the real work of translating vision and commitment into actio
Are the new Sustainable Development Goals relevant for Asia? What if anything will they mean for domestic and development cooperation policies and practices of the Asian powers, such as China, Korea and Indonesia?
In 2013 the Development Policy Centre conducted the first ever comprehensive survey of Australia’s aid stakeholders, canvasing their views of the Australian aid program.
The Paris negotiations on climate change are a critical event for anyone with an interest in global issues. This international panel, with leading analysts from Australia and Korea, will analyse Paris outcomes and their consequences.
The findings of The Asia Foundation’s latest Survey of the Afghan People are being released at an important moment for Afghanistan.
The ANU National Security College is pleased to present a major cybersecurity conference bringing together our international research program partners from the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.
Corrective taxation of negative externalities is not unambiguously welfare improving in imperfectly competitive markets.
With the rise of the “knowledge economy”, there has been a growing demand for skilled labor: individuals with key technical or professional skills qualified to handle the tasks and demands required of working in globally competing businesses.
In this public lecture, experts from Japan and Australia will discuss opportunities and challenges around Japan-Australia bilateral cooperation within the existing regional security architecture.
A panel of experts from Switzerland and Australia will discuss, compare and contrast opportunities for energy innovation across various urban centres, followed by informal discussion over drinks and finger food.
In a pioneering study, Ballard, Shoven and Whalley (1985) used a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model to estimate the marginal excess burden (MEB) of major US taxes to help identify directions for tax reform that would improve the efficiency of t
In this public forum, experts from Australia and around the region will exchange views on core economic challenges facing India, Pakistan and the region.
Labour mobility has been an important force for economic development in the Pacific region. Both labour-receiving and sending countries depend on migrant workers and remittances.
Electricity production is Australia’s largest carbon dioxide emitting sector, and offers great potential for emissions reductions both in the short and long term, all the way to decarbonisation of the power supply.
Dr Mark Dybul is the Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.