The CAP/CASS Innovation in Teaching Showcase is a forum for exploration of a variety of academic ideas, stimulating panel discussions and workshops, and a practical showcase of some of the innovative technologies used in our course work.
Innovation in Teaching Showcase 2018 is a joint initiative between the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, and the College of Arts and Social Sciences.
Participation in welfare programs administered by local government (Panchayats) is a significant source of consumption expenditure for households in rural India.
Peak Japan is the sixth Japan Update since the series was established in 2013.
Interested in community engagement? Would you like to hear from an international expert about how to ensure that those most impacted by social challenges have a say in designing and implementing solutions?
A summary of the two day workshop in Seoul, South Korea on the 7-8 September 2018 will be available shortly.
In the fast-developing and urbanising countries of Southeast Asia and the Pacific, questions over the governance and distribution of rural land and forests have not faded, but rather remain central to agrarian concerns.
Since the late 1970s Professor Saskia E. Wieringa has done fieldwork in Indonesia, interrupted by a 13 years' ban.
CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events for CAP HDR students and CAP academic and professional staff this semester.
Learn how to access, download and customise bespoke maps available on CartoGIS's Asia-Pacific MapsOnline website and customise them to suit your research and teaching needs.
The aim of the presentation is to provide the first results from systematic overview of the forward rate unbiasedness literature using meta-regression analysis.
Global Governance (RegNet) will host the University’s first Garrurru Visiting Scholar, Mr Eugene Bargo, under the CAP Garrurru Visting Fellowship Program.
Never have questions of honesty and integrity in Australia’s national government been more important. This seminar reviews proposals for what should be involved in any new federal anti-corruption reforms.
China’s rise to prominence provides Beijing with natural influence in shaping global governance. The Chinese Communist Party, however, has never been satisfied with diplomacy, the natural draw of the Chinese market, and cultural soft power.
The status of minorities throughout Indonesian history has always been a matter of contention.
Note: the originally scheduled seminar, ‘Gender corporate culture’, has been cancelled.
Are you interested in learning to georeference material, digitise and edit features, and manage attribute data in ArcGIS?
In the vast majority of developing countries, young people do not have a formal sector job. Instead, they often earn an income through a range of activities classified by the International Labour Organisation as ‘vulnerable employment’.
Learn a range of simple GIS analyses which can support your research.
The site of Tianluoshan 田螺山, near present-day Yuyao, Zhejiang, is significant in archaeology for producing the earliest evidence for rice cultivation in the Yangzi Valley.
This seminar will review three different interpretations of patterns in life satisfaction data: adaptation, scale-norming, and preference drift.
According to recent estimates, as much as two-fifths of multinational profits may be shifted to low-tax or no-tax jurisdictions every year, with the impact on the Australian revenue base amounting to as much as $16 billion annually.
This presentation examines Australia’s Mature Age Worker Tax offset (MAWTO), a targeted earned income tax credit of up to $500 to incentivise participation of older workers that existed from 2004-05 to 2014-15.
We examine the impact of exogenously shutting down remittances to Kakuma refugee camp in northern Kenya during 2015. We find that the remittance shutdown did not reduce refugee consumption on average.
Recently, more attention has been paid to income inequality in Japan as well as that in the world. Tachibanaki (1998, 2005) and Ohtake (2005, 2008) pointed out that inequality in Japan has increased during the 1980s and 90s.
Breakup of the production processes of an ever-increasing array of products into vertically-separated stages/tasks carried out in several countries (‘global production sharing’) has been the prime mover of the dramatic shift in manufacturing exports fr
Have you ever wanted to be able to map vegetation, buildings or land cover in your study site?
In this seminar, Hang Hoang presents the results of her investigation on how firms transform innovation knowledge into firm growth.
Please join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of ANU College of Asia and the Pacific’s Southeast Asian Frontiers study tour.
Foreign exchange reserve accumulation is one of the preferred strategies to protect against susceptibility to financial crises and to maintain exchange rate competitiveness.