The paper examines the impact of the 2015 Australia-China Free Trade Agreement (AusChFTA) on bilateral trade in goods based on the transformed structural gravity equation with a difference-in-difference measure of import shares and tariff changes.
The Development Policy Centre has presented its Aid Budget Breakfast every year since 2012.
Poverty tourism in Yogyakarta
Sarah Stephen, the University of Melbourne
In this seminar Timothy Watson will present his thesis proposal review on ‘Hysteresis and the Australian Economy’.
ADB’s flagship economic publication Asian Development Outlook 2019 (ADO) provides a comprehensive analysis of macroeconomic issues in developing Asia and the Pacific, including growth projections by country and region.
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is Australia’s leading centre for research and teaching on the world’s most dynamic region.
Venue Acton Theatre, JG Crawford Building (132), Lennox Crossing, ANU
Date Thursday, 4 April, 2019 - 17:30 to 19:30
Trends in gender equality across the world suggest that there has been considerable progress on basic human capabilities of health and education that are conducive to women’s greater participation in the public domain.
Food subsidies are part of social protection in Indonesia.
Water and sanitation quality remains one of the key challenges in many developing countries including Indonesia.
Bappenas is currently preparing the technocratic background study for the Indonesian medium term development plan (RPJM), which will be incorporated with the elected president’s priorities to form the RPJM 2020-24.
Understanding how traffic flows respond to fuel price changes is important for traffic control.
Two-fifths of multinational profits are now routed through tax havens, allowing firms to avoid billions of dollars in tax. Tax havens are used by drug runners, extortionists and arms dealers. They have the effect of undermining the global tax base.
Why is macroeconomic policymaking in Australia generally seen as successful by observers in the rest of the world?
The China Story Yearbook: Power Sydney Launch features 'China’s Power: Hard, Soft and Sharp' panel discussion.
In this seminar, Daniel Silva Withmory will present his paper that assesses the interaction between monetary policy, credit and asset prices in Australia, using a FAVAR approach. Two assets prices are considered: share and housing prices.
The study examines the health and well-being of older workers in Indonesia.
The 21st century began with a remarkable series of great earthquakes occurring off Sumatra, starting with the 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake and culminating most recently in the 2018 Palu earthquake.
The elasticity of labour supply to changes in the after-tax wage is an important factor in many economic and policy questions, yet little empirical evidence exists on its value in Australia.
The conventional wisdom is that Australians don’t save enough for retirement. But Grattan Institute’s recent report, Money in Retirement, shows this belief is mistaken.
This paper examines changes in the effects of unconventional monetary policy in the US. To this end the study estimates a Markov-Switching VAR model with absorbing regimes to capture possible structural changes.