The negotiation and exchange involved with marriage in China was for centuries carried out by the families of a bride and groom who would participate in arranging a wedding from the outset.
It is clear that current policy settings in the tertiary and science policy sector - including research funding - favour the STEM subjects (that is, science (including medicine), technology, engineering and mathematics).
Half of all countries in the world have eliminated malaria, mostly since the Second World War. Ambitious strategies are now being put in place to eradicate human malaria worldwide by 2050 and to eliminate malaria in the Asia Pacific region by 2030.
PRACTICE TALK FOR THE SST CONFERENCE (Speech Science & Technology, Christchurch NZ, 3-5 Dec. 2014)
Dr Ana Dragojlovic and Mrs Udeni Hanchapola Appuhamilage are coordinating a weekly reading group ‘Affect and Embodiment.’ We are reading the works of the following scholars: Hemmings, Gibbs, Hochschild, Leys, Ngai, Riley, Sedgwisk, Terada, Blackman, an
Over the last several years, and especially during Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s second term in office, there has been a steady deterioration in the quality of economic policy-making in Indonesia.
Since 1997, the East Asia Collaborative Workshop, based in Hokkaido has been running reconciliation events which bring together young Japanese, Koreans (including members of the Korean community in Japan), and people from other countries to share ideas
The East Asian Bureau of Economic Research and ANZ launch the latest issue of the East Asia Forum Quarterly, ‘The state and economic enterprise’.
The Collaborative Research Network (CRN) Northern Australia Development Conference will address public dialogue that underpins robust and flexible planning and
Organised by the Department of Anthropology (School of Culture, History and Language) and the ANU Southeast Asia Institute, this workshop aims to bring together academics and students from The ANU and partner institutions, in an enquiry on the intersec
In this seminar Wee Chian Koh will provide an overview of his recent paper ‘Fiscal Policy in Oil-Exporting Countries: The Roles of Oil Funds and Institutional Quality’.This paper examines the roles of oil funds and institutional quality in reducing fis
Corruption in Papua New Guinea is widely accepted to be a major development challenge. The fight against it was recently bolstered by the introduction of a new anti-corruption taskforce.
This paper reexamines the extent of wage differentials between medium-large (20 or more workers) foreign multinational enterprises (MNEs) and local, private plants in Indonesia’s manufacturing industries in 1996 and compares them to corresponding diffe
Divination and astrology are widely present in Cambodia and are embedded in Khmer people’s everyday lives.