Events October 2018

12
Sep
2018

Upcoming CartoGIS events

CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events for CAP HDR students and CAP academic and professional staff this semester.

17
Sep
2018

The Colours of Anthropology: A Visual Anthropology Exhibition

The Colours of Anthropology photography exhibition is an exploration of sensory ethnography with a particular focus on colour. It showcases the photographs of ANU anthropologists taken during their research “in the field” in various places around the world. The exhibition will run for four weeks, from 14 September to October 12, 2018.
20
Sep
2018

GIS Analysis for Research (GIS101)

Learn a range of simple GIS analyses which can support your research.

08
Oct
2018

Talk to us about study in 2019

Cecily Stewart, National Recruitment and Development

Are you considering your options for graduate study in 2019 to enhance your career working in and with government?

09
Oct
2018

Ten years after the financial crisis: What have we learned from the Renaissance in fiscal research?

Valerie Ramey, University of California- San Diego

In this seminar, Valerie Ramey will present an overview of her paper “Ten years after the financial crisis: What have we learned from the Renaissance in fiscal research?”

09
Oct
2018

Connecting gender equality and reducing poverty

Dr Caren Grown, Senior Director for Gender at the World Bank Corp

Dr Caren Grown, Senior Director for Gender at the World Bank Group, is recognised internationally as an expert on gender and development.

09
Oct
2018

Does payroll tax affect firm behaviour?

Mr Ben Ralston, The Treasury

Payroll tax has been frequently singled out as having an adverse effect on businesses and the economy in general. Payroll tax is levied by the States against the total sum of remuneration of employees within a firm for each dollar above a threshold.

09
Oct
2018

How big is the economy-wide rebound effect?

David Stern, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

Improvements in energy efficiency usually induce increases in the demand for energy services so that the energy savings are less than the improvement in efficiency.

09
Oct
2018

Empire, Law and Identity: Immigration and Naturalization under Tang Law

Victor Fong
Ethnic conflicts and identity politics have captured global attention in recent years, with heated debates over how to define ‘us’ and ‘others’, and how to establish appropriate political and social orders. This seminar will look back to history and explore how these problems were handled in medieval China.
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