Ministers, Ministerial offices and senior officials frequently work on the assumption that they can ‘manage’ (that is, control the actions of) or at least profoundly influence their stable of semi-autonomous agencies.
This Thesis Proposal Review proposes research on the link between infectious disease, contact behaviour, government policy and the macro-economy in light of the 2002/03 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak.
In the aftermath of defeats of ISIS in Syria-Iraq and Marawi, concerns have been raised about fighters and their families, including some 600 Indonesians who were with ISIS in the Middle East, coming back and conducting terror attacks at home.
Three major factors have shaped Sri Lanka’s modestly successful post-independence socio-economic development. First, by and large there were favourable ‘initial conditions’ at the time of independence.
Join us at the AHRI International Women’s Day Breakfast with Zelda La Grange, presidential aide and executive assistant to the late Nelson Mandela.
The definition of food security was initially based on the notion that a country maintains access to enough food to meet dietary energy requirements.
Osaka University of Economics Professor Wataru Takahashi presents the first Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) Seminar Series of Semester 1 2018 entitled ‘Abenomics and the Bank of Japan’, which is co hosted by the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic
Wang Hui identifies the binary of empire/nation-state as the prevailing meta-epistemological structure challenging understandings of the history of China in the world. The problem is contingent on spatial concepts.
The run up to Cambodia’s July 2018 elections has already seen the curtailment of political freedoms, an increase in politically motivated prosecutions, and the dissolution of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP).
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne!
His Excellency Professor Bambang Brodjonegoro, Indonesian Minister of National Development Planning, will deliver a Public Lecture on Indonesia’s 2045 visions.
Regulatory scholars and others have long maintained that industry rule-making that is ‘responsive’ to the ‘practices and norms’ of all interested parties is beneficial.
In the face of Chinese assertiveness and North Korea’s military provocations, the security environment in Indo-Pacific has become precarious.
In this seminar Benjamin Aust will provide an overview of his recent paper, Understanding price fluctuations in the National Electricity Market.
Co-hosted by the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI) and the Centre for Social Research and Methods (CSRM).
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Brisbane!
In a 2017 interview, Microsoft founder Bill Gates recommended taxing robots to slow the pace of automation. Funds raised could be used to retrain and financially support displaced workers.
This study investigates the effects of foreign aid on donor exports to recipient countries in the long run, using aid to Asia as a case study.
Join us for a public lecture by Australia’s Parliamentary Budget Officer, Jenny Wilkinson, about budget transparency and the role of the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) in Australia, followed by the launch of the Australian Open Budget Survey 201
In this seminar, Yusniliyana Yusof will present her PhD findings on the spatial balance of socio-economic development across states in Malaysia.
Ambassador Luis CdeBaca will share insights from his distinguished career as a lawyer, diplomat and now researcher, combatting labour exploitation and human trafficking in global supply chains.
Bahasa Indonesia (or “Indonesian Language”) is spoken in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Serawak and Singapore.
Are you interested in learning another language? Seeking an edge in the “Asian Century”?
2016, 109 minutes, Taiwan
Directed by Wei Te-sheng 魏德聖
Rated G, Mandarin with English subtitles
Disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) constitute the United Nations’ (UNs) standardised approach to post-conflict peace-keeping.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney!
In this seminar Benjamin Aust will provide an overview of his recent paper, Negative Prices on Power Exchanges - Empirical Findings from Germany.
Wise men (and women) might consider it unbecoming to talk at length about one’s becoming, but in this public lecture Professor Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt will chart her ‘enchanted journey’ of becoming a feminist and, most recently, a Professor at Crawford Sch
The Seasonal Worker Programme now attracts over 6,000 workers each year from the Pacific and Timor-Leste to Australia to work on Australian farms.
One of the Indonesian government’s programs to reduce inequality is land reform.