Events May 2017

23
May
2017

Boosting tax compliance in Indonesia using insights from behavioural economics

Chris Hoy, University of Sydney.

Indonesia only collects around 12 per cent of GDP in tax revenue and around 40 million people are estimated to be failing to meet their tax obligations.

23
May
2017

Economic Ideas in Political Time: The Crisis of Neoliberalism and Rise of a New Nationalism?

Dr Wes Widmaier, Griffith University

Over the past century, economic policy orders – rooted in ideas that shape interests – have spanned the Progressive, Keynesian, and Neoliberal eras, marked by periods of prolonged growth and stability.

23
May
2017

What can ASEAN do in the midst of the 'New Normal'?

Chatib Basri, Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Professor at ANU Indonesia Project, Crawford School.

Some studies have shown that trade and industrialization are key to economic success in East and Southeast Asia.

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