Islands represent unique ecosystems which are highly vulnerable to environmental disturbances, invasions, and natural disasters.
Venue: National Press Club of Australia, 16 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600
In this seminar Bob Gregory explores budget outcomes, primarily tax revenue, over the last decade and a half in an attempt to explain why the forecasting errors are so large.
In this talk Professor Fforde will discuss how risk and uncertainty are best coped with in development practice.
During the Chinese Cultural Revolution, many Inner Mongolian intellectuals were condemned as “traitorous counter-revolutionaries” who conspired to “divide the great motherland of China”.
Devpolicy, the PNG Canberra Student’s Association and the Pacific Institute are proud to present
This paper examines the persistent effect of the 1998 –2000 Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict on human capital accumulation.
For centuries, the people around Manchar Lake, Pakistan, have relied on the freshwater lake as a source of livelihood.
China today looms larger than ever in myriad aspects of Australian life-economic, political, strategic and cultural.