Events March 2017

08
Mar
2017

International Women's Day Breakfast

Sarah Ferguson
Join award-winning ABC journalist and Four Corners presenter Sarah Furguson at this breakfast event marking International Women's Day. Hosted by the Australian HR Institute and sponsored by ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. 
 
08
Mar
2017

International Women's Day breakfast

Sarah Ferguson, ABC journalist and Four Corners presenter.

Join Sarah Ferguson, the multiple Walkley Award winning journalist for this year’s International Women’s Day breakfast in Canberra.

08
Mar
2017

Workshop: Managing & Raising Your Research Profile

Lizzy Ryley, ANU Marketing Director

In light of the constant publication pressures on academics, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Research Services team, in collaboration with the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Communications & Marketing have developed a series of workshops t

08
Mar
2017

Product turnover and deflation: evidence from Japan

Kozo Ueda, Waseda University.

About the speaker

Kozo Ueda, Waseda University.

Light lunch available.

08
Mar
2017

Indonesia’s political economy: prospects for growth and reform facing a sectarian surge in a fearful world

James Castle, Castle Asia.

President Joko Widodo was elected in 2014 on a platform promising economic growth with greatly expanded infrastructure spending and by attacking corruption through more honest and transparent public administration and reducing red tape.

08
Mar
2017

Innovation and intellectual property in Australia and Japan

Professor Sadao Nagaoka, Tokyo Keizai University; Jonathan Coppel, Productivity Commission; and Professor Jenny Corbett, ANU Crawford School.

Boosting innovation will be key to maintaining prosperity in Australia and Japan. What policies should governments pursue? How can intellectual property (IP) regimes help or hinder innovation?

08
Mar
2017

Live from UB

Live from UB explores the small but vibrant rock scene in Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar (also called ‘UB’). It blends the story of one band creating original Mongolian rock with interviews from experts and Mongolian rock legends.
08
Mar
2017

FH Gruen Public Lecture - Brexit and the developing countries

Professor L Alan Winters, University of Sussex.

One aim of Brexit is for Britain to ‘to take control’ of its own trade policy, which will, among other things, entail designing new relationships with developing countries.

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