John Asker, University of California, Los Angeles.
Light lunch available.
Longstanding development issues are revisited in the light of our newly-constructed dataset of poverty measures for India spanning 60 years, including 20 years since reforms began in earnest in 1991.
In this seminar Robin Brooks and Silvia Ardagna will provide an overview of their recent paper written with Michael Cahill, Real-Time Macro Foreign Exchange Rates.
The independent Tax Review Committee (TRC) established by the Government of PNG recently completed a comprehensive review of the country’s tax system involving extensive and transparent stakeholder consultation over the course of two years.
Xi Meng, Research School of Economics, ANU.
Afternoon tea available.
Professor Schoen will present on the new trends in company tax reform in Europe and the United Kingdom, in the context of the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project and various new conceptual approaches for redesign of company tax for the future
Much of Papua New Guinea (PNG) was severely impacted by El Niño frosts and droughts in 2015-16, 1997-98, 1982-83, 1972-73, 1941-42, 1914-15 and earlier.
This symposium collects the leading scholars on British colonial thought in Southeast Asia to consider the question of the relationship between liberalism and the British Empire in Southeast Asia.
In this seminar Anil Savio Kavuri will provide an overview of his joint paper with Warwick McKibbin, Impact of Robots.
Do national production capabilities evolve from existing capabilities, or do they emerge de novo?
Students are sometimes made to repeat a grade under the rationale that doing so will lead to improved learning outcomes.