Indonesia’s policewomen were rarely in public (or even police) consciousness prior to 2013. Yet the succeeding five years saw an explosion in visibility.
Can nuclear proliferation cause peace? Does the state acquiring of nuclear weapons lead to stability and peace or instability and crises?
This paper investigates the dynamic relationship between China’s economic growth and international oil market.
This seminar analyses two controversial mining projects – one on the Liverpool Plains in NSW and the other on the Galilee Basin in Central Queensland.
The emergence of social media has created a new vulnerability for open societies - a terrain crowded with illiberal propaganda, interference and weaponised narratives.
Energy storage is at the early stages of contributing significant changes to the structure and operation of the electricity system both in Australia and around the world.
In 2015, the Indonesian Government rolled a new scheme of transfer called ‘Village Fund’, based on the Law 6/2014 (known as the Village Law).
The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI) of The Australian National University (ANU) promotes the empirical analysis and evaluation of tax and transfer policies to inform public knowledge and debate.
Financial factors had been mostly neglected in the mainstream macro literature in the last twenty years before the 2007-2009 global financial crisis.
Special Seminar in cooperation with The Treasury ANU Indonesia Project
The 2016 Financial System Crisis Prevention and Mitigation Act (UU PPKSK) and what it means for the Indonesian financial sector
This paper examines the degree of spatial interdependence in fiscal policy and service provision by local governments in Indonesia. The research forms the first attempt to test such interdependence across local areas of a developing country.
Did every group in British India encounter colonisation in the same manner?
The Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) have recently conducted a number of trials on tax compliance.
The Demographic Dividend concept and its related theory are useful tools that have helped expand our cumulative knowledge about the economic consequences of population change under various conditions.
This paper investigates the economic assimilation of rural-urban migrants in Indonesia. I use cross-sectional, synthetic cohort, and panel data techniques.
Around the globe, governments are recognising the value of spatial data. Many have made considerable investments in spatial data infrastructure.
This paper explores the political-economic determinants of harassment of journalists in Russia.
The Asia and the Pacific region is rapidly aging and the share of working-age population in the region has begun to decline in the past year few years.
Using a stylised structural model of electricity generation, Tony derives a (bimodal) production function for clean and dirty technologies with two elasticities: a high elasticity for low clean penetration and a low elasticity for high clean penetratio
Nena Stoiljkovic is making her first visit to Australia as Vice President for Asia and the Pacific for the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a job that means she is responsible for all IFC operations in East and South Asia, as well as the Pacifi
The world is going digital. Similarly, digital technology is becoming an integral part of life in Indonesia.
On Saturday, 25 August from 9am to 4pm The Australian National University will open its doors to everyone and anyone interested in studying at Australia’s top ranked university, based in the nation’s capital.
Income inequality, as well as the role of the tax-benefit system in mitigating inequality, has attracted considerable attention during the past decade.
The National Security College (NSC) PhD information evening is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet and hear from College researchers, including the Academic Director, Associate Professor Matthew Sussex, and current doctoral scholars.
Traffic-related air pollution is a serious environmental concern in mega-cities worldwide. This study investigates the causal link between fuel prices and traffic-related air pollution using Bangkok and the surrounding areas as a case study.