Events June 2017

27
Jun
2017

Improving health and justice through partnership

Tessa Boyd-Caine
This seminar will explore the growing interest in health justice partnerships and some of the ethical and practical challenges to their effectiveness.
27
Jun
2017
27
Jun
2017

Governing the poor in New Zealand

Associate Professor Lisa Marriott, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

This seminar will discuss recent developments in welfare and tax systems that have resulted in increased discriminatory treatment of those who are least privileged in New Zealand.

27
Jun
2017

Giving peace a chance? 2017 Global Peace Index

Daniel Hyslop, Institute for Economics and Peace; Jacinta Carroll, Australian Strategic Policy Institute; and Victoria Coakley from DFAT; moderated by Professor Rory Medcalf, Head of the National Security College, ANU.

The Institute for Economics and Peace will be discussing the newly-released 11th edition of its annual Global Peace Index (GPI) at the ANU Crawford school on 27 June

28
Jun
2017

Crawford School at the International Conference on Public Policy, Singapore

Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

The Third International Conference on Public Policy will take place from 28-30 June at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore.

28
Jun
2017

Managing the risks to Asian and global growth

Barry Sterland, Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution.

The Asian region is contributing the bulk of world economic growth, has proved resilient in the face of economic volatility, but is facing rapidly changing economic risks.

28
Jun
2017

Estimating and accounting for the output gap with large Bayesian vector autoregressions

Benjamin Wong, Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

About the speaker

Benjamin Wong, Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

Light lunch available.

28
Jun
2017

The global growth slump: causes and consequences

Dr John C Williams, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

In this public lecture John C Williams will provide an overview of his recent paper, The Global Growth Slump: Causes and Consequences.

29
Jun
2017

An open economy model of trend inflation

Benjamin Wong, Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

In this seminar, Benjamin Wong develops a model to empirically study the influence of foreign shocks in driving trend inflation and the inflation gap.

29
Jun
2017

Holding security sector institutions responsible for international crime

Jodie O'Leary
Additional insights into whether security sector institutions are currently held accountable through available transitional justice mechanisms.
30
Jun
2017

Oligopolistic banks in a small open economy

Sadia Afrin, PhD scholar, Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School, ANU.

The paper designs a small open-economy model with an oligopolistic banking sector. The interest mark-up for loans depends on the number of banks in operation. Entry of banks to the market is determined endogenously.

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