E-commerce has been growing rapidly in the last few years thanks to the massive internet expansion in Indonesia. While there has been a lot of discussions on the supposed benefits from online trade, empirical studies are lacking.
This paper discusses the issues in designing an Australian macroeconomic model to be used for both policy analysis and forecasting.
In this public lecture, Bruno Maçães will weave together themes from his two recent books, The Dawn of Eurasia: On the Trail of the New World Order and The Belt and Road Initiative: A Chinese World Order.
Join us at the AHRI International Women’s Day Breakfast with Madeline Stuart, modern citizen and international game changer. As a society we have the opportunity to change how we think, act and feel.
The process of economic development naturally generates societal inequality. The presence of both winners and losers gives rise to the question of how the losers perceive and respond to the benefits of development.
In order to fulfil international climate targets, across the globe coal used in the energy sector will need to be phased out until mid-century, at the latest. This is at odds with current investment patterns.
The National Security College warmly invites you to a ‘Women in National Security Redux’ afternoon tea in celebration of International Women’s Day. The WiNS Conference is a signature activity of the College.
Although India’s per capita emissions are still below world average, its aggregate emissions make it the third largest carbon emitting country presently.
From Galileo to Gauss, many have extolled the special position of mathematics in the natural sciences.
There is a strong academic and policy interest in comparisons of OECD and Chinese development assistance, but few actual comparative studies.
Since 2011 Myanmar has experienced profound changes and reforms.
Mitigating climate change and improving energy-use efficiency are focuses of environmental research. A tax on energy use is a potential policy approach.
The benefits of investment in education is one of the most robust findings in social science. Hundreds of studies have demonstrated the impact of education on earnings, health, family formation, civic participation, happiness and other life outcomes.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) jobs are a key contributor to economic growth and national competitiveness. Yet STEM workers are perceived to be in short supply.
Long-term lock-in is a defining characteristic of energy systems, for reasons including the long-lived nature of energy infrastructure and the role of local endowments.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne!
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Brisbane!
The European Commission recently presented its long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy by 2050.
This first CAP Educational Fellowship Scheme (EFS) information session will offer a discipline-specific focus on ho
As rising powers, non-state actors and new technologies create uncertainty and increased competition in international affairs, America is heading towards a pivotal presidential election.
In 2016 two high-value currency notes were withdrawn from circulation in a bid to tackle counterfeit currency and evaded incomes (popularly known as the ‘demonetization’ policy) in India.
Social assistance programs have been implemented to alleviate poverty in many developing countries. Nonetheless, little is known about the impact of these programs on local micro and small enterprises, a crucial part of the economy.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney!
“The Greens have a vision for a generous Australia: one in which we significantly boost our diminishing aid budget to meet our international obligations to the world’s poorest, and where we help those who are most affected by the impacts of climate