Events May 2018

14
Feb
2018

Upcoming CartoGIS Events

CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events and drop-in sessions for academic staff and HDR students this semester.
19
Apr
2018

GIS Basics for Research (GIS100)

Learn how to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to support your research! In this course you’ll be shown how to navigate ArcGIS software.

22
May
2018

Hirashasan: Ruling diamonds in the realm of Gonds – Adda Seminar

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, Environment and Development Program, Crawford School of Public Policy

District administration of Panna in Madhya Pradesh state in India use the term Hirashasan for the rules that govern the mining and trade of diamonds.

22
May
2018

Would Australians be more supportive of redistribution if they knew what level of inequality existed?

Christopher Hoy, PhD Candidate in Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy

Previous studies have shown that Australians tend to dramatically underestimate the level of national inequality and tend to believe they are around the middle of the income distribution regardless of whether they are rich or poor.

22
May
2018

Re-imagining the Rule of Law

Martin Krygier

The rule of law is a concept at once too important to ignore, and too confused and confusing to guide. It needs and deserves re-imagining.

22
May
2018

The economic and political causes of Indonesia’s forest fires

Russell Toth, The University of Sydney.

Annual forest fires raise substantial health, environmental and economic costs for Indonesia and its neighbours.

22
May
2018

Tax challenges arising from digitalisation: an international perspective

David Bradbury, Head of the Tax Policy and Statistics Division of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, OECD

As the Head of Tax Policy at the OECD, David Bradbury led the team that recently delivered the

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