Dr Kentaro Asai, Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics, ANU.
Light lunch available.
Professor Alison Booth, Research School of Economics Seminar, ANU
Afternoon tea available.
This paper examines the nature of income uncertainty facing Australian households, and how unanticipated income changes affect consumption.
In this seminar Budy Resosudarmo provides evidence of a causal relationship between economic growth in the manufacturing, agriculture and services sectors and income inequality, measured by an income equality variable, using panel data for Indonesian d
Parental Leave Pay (PLP) provides $12,000, to just under 170,000 families every year.
Join Sarah Ferguson, the multiple Walkley Award winning journalist for this year’s International Women’s Day breakfast in Canberra.
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
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.
Does tariff liberalisation cause regulatory chill by putting downward pressure on health, safety and environmental standards? Or does it cause a race to the top as governments seek to use standards as non-tariff barriers to trade?
US tax reform is not easy, requiring both the President and Congress to agree on a package. There is a deep interest in business tax reform but how to move ahead will be challenging.
Economic inequality has become an increasingly important in the public debate. Rising inequality combined with slow growth in average incomes puts pressure on the living standards of those at the bottom of the distribution.
Is economic liberty associated with income inequality? Does greater economic liberty imply higher GDP per capita but a more unequal income distribution?
Japan is the country with the longest history of implementing unconventional monetary policies, which were first introduced fifteen years ago and have since been expanded several times.
Large skill gaps across different immigrant sources may remain for generations; however, convergence past the second generation is typically unknown because data rarely include grandparent’s country of birth.
China has increased its energy imports to sustain rapid economic growth.