Events March 2017

07
Mar
2017

The likely distributional impacts of Parental Leave Pay reform

Matthew Taylor, Centre for Social Research and Methods, ANU.

Parental Leave Pay (PLP) provides $12,000, to just under 170,000 families every year.

07
Mar
2017

The rules of ruling China

Ryan Manuel
What are the rules governing how actors work together across the Chinese party-state system? Which of these rules are binding? How do rules together affect the behaviour of officials, of organisations, and ultimately, of the party-state as a whole?
07
Mar
2017

Vietnam and Australia’s agricultural trade and investment in an uncertain world

Dr Dang Kim Khoi, Director of the Center for Agricultural Policy, Vietnam.

Agriculture is a critical component of the vibrant trade between Australia and Vietnam.

07
Mar
2017

Agricultural development in Australia in the face of occasional mining booms: 1845 to 2015

Professor Kym Anderson, University of Adelaide and ANU.

This paper examines the extent to which agricultural sector developments in the Australian economy can be understood using international trade theory, several major mining booms and knowledge of key policy developments.

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