The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University proudly offers an event to showcase innovative uses of technology in education.
In 2014, the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono presidency draws to a close after 10 years, marking a watershed in Indonesian history. Yudhoyono was not only the first directly elected Indonesian president, he was also the first to be democratically re-elected.
In the last decade, many international development agencies have turned to political economy analysis to try to improve the effectiveness of their programs and projects.
We describe tone in Iha, showing that while the language does not contrast on free lexical items, grammatical suffixes may carry lexical tone. Our presentation is driven by an acoustic analysis of monosyllables in isolation and under inflection.
The Temuans are Orang Asli (Malaysian indigenous people), and they form one of the eighteen Orang Asli subgroups in Peninsular Malaysia.
In 1972, Professor Chi Myong-kwan and Yasue Ryosuke, chief editor of the Japanese Sekai magazine, met by chance on a bus in Tokyo, a bustling city of around 10 million people. This was the second time their paths were to cross.
Japanese Pre-WWII women poets have been neglected, largely because of the perception that their poetry was less a work of art and more an “overripe self-confession”（主観的成熟).
The Research Services team in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific warmly invites you to College of Asia & the Pacific Grantfest, the third in a series of events to showcase non-ARC funding opportunities by drawing on the experience of colleague
At the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific we know that one of the best ways for you to become a specialist on the region you study is to go there!
In this seminar Zulfiqar Hyder will provide an overview of his recent paper, ‘Identification of Financial Shocks in SVAR with Model-Based Sign Restrictions’.
Voice and Agency: empowering women and girls for shared prosperity is a major new report by the World Bank that shines a spotlight on the value of empowerment, the patterns of constraints that limit their realization, and the associated costs,
The information evening is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet the College’s academic team, led by Professor Roger Bradbury, and discuss potential research topics and opportunities to begin doctoral studies at the NSC.
This study employs a structural VAR model to investigate the relationship between oil price shocks and various macroeconomic aggregates including real GDP growth, inflation and the real exchange rate in seven small island developing states (SIDS) that
Archaeological assemblages excavated in the southern Kimberley region of northern Australia provide some of the earliest evidence of Indigenous occupation on the continent (around 47, 000 cal BP).
Many oil exporters accumulate large sovereign wealth funds, though their portfolio allocation does not take into account below-ground assets, like oil. Similarly, the above-ground portfolio does not affect the