The seminar introduces a new book on the economy of East Timor.
Pacific Island nations are facing complex, interconnected challenges, but taking a regional approach to addressing these issues provides an opportunity to influence world policy and meet the region’s development challenges.
In the world’s biggest electoral exercise, Indians will vote for their 17th Lok Saba (Lower House of Parliament) in April/May this year.
This seminar will provide insights into Xi Jinping’s apparent new institutional turn. With all the focus on Xi’s removal of term limits in his constitutional change, the other forty-odd constitutional changes were ignored.
This seminar will investigate the effect of different types of trade impediments on Indonesia’s trade flows.
Noise from construction activity can adversely affect the mental and physical health of city residents. In order to estimate the non-market benefits of construction noise abatement, a choice modelling survey was conducted in Singapore.
The seminar presents a study contributing to the literature on household decisions and on women’s empowerment by looking at the relationship between labour market opportunities and women’s intra-household decision power in Indonesia.
This talk will report on a fifteen-year project to research the representation of Indonesian regional music and theater on VCD (video compact discs, until recently the main commercial medium for music in Indonesia). Representation is a key term here.
The developing countries of East Asia have seen more rapid growth over the past two decades than other developing regions around the world, and at the same time, poverty levels have been decreasing.
The Australasian Aid Conference will be held on 18-20 February 2019, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.
International trade has been instrumental to rapid economic growth and poverty reduction in Asia and the Pacific, but its benefits are not always shared equitably amongst all segments of the economy.
The literature on development economics does not look good under the microscope. The fashionable focus on productivity mistakes a definition for a theoretical insight.
Sustainability practices of Japanese manufacturing multinational corporations (MNCs) in ASEAN Member States
Masayoshi Ike, Swinburne University of Technology
Kickstart 2019 with our Alumni Network Evening. Catch up with all your colleagues from past courses at the National Security College with some sharp insights into democratic resilience from Associate Professor Matt Sussex.
How should the world approach the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence?
The paper, based on a forthcoming TTPI report, identifies best practice approaches to taxing savings, as identified by economists and public policy experts. It then compares these to the existing design of the Australian tax system.
Consumer financial protection and the integrity of the financial system are critical to the Australian economy. This is especially the case in an environment where financial products have become more complex and difficult for consumers to understand.
Join us to hear the lead authors of the UK Government flagship futures paper, Global Strategic Trends, discuss the findings of their most recent report published in October 2018.