Events November 2017

02
Nov
2017

The politics of public supervision in China - searching for authoritarian accountability

Zhuang Meixi
In recent years, a number of social accountability innovations encouraging public supervision have begun to emerge at the subnational level in China. Detailing the case of Wenzhou city’s Civil Monitory Organization, this seminar explores the challenges and opportunities of public supervision politics in China, and specifically how civil monitors manage to supervise local cadres who are not institutionally accountable to citizens.
03
Nov
2017

Frontiers in macroeconomics and macroeconometrics

Yunjong Eo, University of Sydney; Kyoji Fukao, Hitotsubashi University; Takashi Kano, Hitotsubashi University; Tatsuyoshi Okimoto, ANU; plus many more.

The Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) at the Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University and the Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS) at the Hitotsubashi University, are co-hosting a joint workshop bringing tog

07
Nov
2017

What explains the job creating potential of industrialisation in the developing world?

Kunal Sen, University of Manchester.

This paper examines why job creation in the manufacturing sector has differed widely across developing countries, using a modified Lewis model that captures the scale, composition and labour intensity effects of industrialisation on job creation.

08
Nov
2017

Korean Taster Class

Dr Roald Maliangkaij
09
Nov
2017

New approaches to tax and welfare in Australia and Korea

Professor John Taylor, UNSW; Professor Robert Breunig, and Professor Miranda Stewart, Crawford School ANU; Associate Professor Hyejung Byun, University of Seoul; Dr Lee Sang Yeob, Korea Institute of Public Finance.

A two day by-invite only workshop on new research and policy approaches to common challenges. Funded by the Australia-Korea Foundation with partners:

09
Nov
2017

Chinese Politics after the 19th Party Congress

Professor Willy Lam
Further details about this seminar will be available shortly.
21
Nov
2017

Optimal rice land protection in a command economy

Hoang Long Chu, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

Agricultural land protection (ALP) is a standard policy response to growing food security concerns driven by urbanisation, population growth and uncertainty over climate change.

22
Nov
2017

An idea that fascinates me is...

Various

ANU Colleges of Asia & the Pacific and Arts & Social Sciences invite you to attend an afternoon of fascinating ideas. 

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