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This paper examines the impact of unemployment on health outcomes of the European older population, with different aspects of job loss addressed.
Expanding the rapid-transit network has become a key strategy to quickly transport large numbers of people between major population centres in China, but little is known about how the High Speed Rail (HSR) undertaking has altered the course of rural de
Featuring a keynote address by Columbia University Professor Shang-Jin Wei, The Three Views on the US-China Trade Tensions, the China Economy Program will launch the 2019 China Update Book on Thursday 11 July at University House, ANU.
On 12 July 2019, the China Economy Program will present the 19th annual China Update. At this annual event, leading academics, policy makers and government representatives discuss the latest research on the Chinese economy.
The PNG economy has been struggling since 2015, but is it showing signs of recovery and growth? What are the prospects for the coming years?
Assistant Professor Steven Hamilton defines a new tax instrument, the ‘deductibility rate’, which specifies the proportion of eligible expenses a taxpayer may deduct when preparing her taxes.
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Climate change will have particularly devastating consequences for hundreds of millions of poor people and will bring a radically decreased standard of living for billions.
What role will renewable energy play in the energy systems of the future?
Australia’s fleet of coal-fired power plants is set to come under competitive pressure as the share of renewable energy increases.
Coal use will need to decline dramatically to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.
A significant effort at national and international level has been devoted to developing and refining mechanisms to scale up private investment in development.
In this seminar, the author will present his paper on ‘Quantile connectedness: Modelling tail behaviour in the topology of financial networks’ where he develops a new technique to estimate vector autoregressions by quantile regression.
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This research tests how information about inequality affects Indonesian’s support for redistribution and also their voting behavior. A nationally-representative randomised survey experiment was carried out for this purpose.
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne!
Learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree from Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top-ranked university, ANU.
The now-iconic image of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi’s body washed up on a beach in Turkey in September 2015 sparked a public outcry and turned global attention to Europe’s refugee emergency.
Indonesia has achieved moderately fast economic growth for most of the past 50 years. Has this growth translated into rising living standards? The conclusion, broadly, is a qualified yes.
The Papua New Guinea (PNG) government and international donors have spent millions of kina trying to improve governance in the country’s bureaucracy.