Events June 2017

13
Jun
2017

OECD’s economic outlook

Catherine Mann, Chief Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

The OECD prepares outlooks four times a year for the global economy, individual members, and key partners. This presentation will be about the OECD Economic Outlook, to be launched at the OECD Ministerial Council meeting on 6 June.

13
Jun
2017

From CDEP to CDP: Regulating Indigenous joblessness while destroying livelihood in remote Australia

Jon Altman
What might be done about the creative destruction wrought by the punitive neoliberalism that has become the dominant feature of Indigenous policy-making?
13
Jun
2017

Self-Reflective Yoga: An Introduction

Alan Goode

As International Day of Yoga approaches, yoga seems to be everywhere. But what is it really? Delve deeper into different dimensions of the practice in this combination of postures and perspectives.

13
Jun
2017

The cost of floods in developing country megacities: a hedonic price analysis of the Jakarta housing market

Budy Resosudarmo, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

Although many megacities in developing countries experience annual flooding that affects a large proportion of their residents, empirical studies evaluating the cost of floods in such cities have been lacking.

13
Jun
2017

The future of Australia’s American alliance: James R Clapper in conversation with Kim Beazley

Hon James R Clapper AO, former US Director of National Intelligence; and Hon Kim Beazley AC, former Ambassador to the United States.

In an era of global uncertainty, debate has deepened in Australia about the alliance with the United States.

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