Events August 2019

20
Aug
2019

Juvenile delinquency and prefectural ordinances: evidence from Japanese panel data

Keiko Yoshida, Momoyama Gakuin University

Japan is experiencing unprecedented population aging. Therefore, as the younger age population declines, there will be increased importance placed on the development of youth in Japanese society.

20
Aug
2019

Risky data: The combined effect of risk preference and negative framing on intended participation in the Consumer Data Right

Nicholas Biddle, Associate Professor, Centre for Social Research and Methods, ANU

The Consumer Data Right (CDR), which was rolled out in Australia on 1 July 2019, aims to give Australian customers the right to access data about them held by businesses, and also to share this information with accredited and trusted third parties of t

20
Aug
2019

China in Global Governance of E-commerce

Dr Wenting Cheng

Cross-border e-commerce has surged with the recent exponential technological advances. China, with its comprehensive domestic e-commerce infrastructure as well as its emerging middle class, has become the world’s largest economy for e-commerce.

20
Aug
2019

On the production and consumption sides of agglomeration economies in Ecuador

Vicente Royuela, University of Barcelona

The study investigates agglomeration externalities in Ecuador. It develops a method for defining functional urban areas where commuting data are not available.

20
Aug
2019

On the production and consumption sides of agglomeration economies in Ecuador

Vicente Royuela, University of Barcelona

The study investigates agglomeration externalities in Ecuador. It develops a method for defining functional urban areas where commuting data are not available.

20
Aug
2019

Why do people become clerics of the Longhushan Daoist Complex? Situations, motivations and conditions.

Shengjin Xie
My thesis is a study of the clerics of the Longhushan Daoist Complex (LDC) in Jiangxi Province, in the present, based on a year’s fieldwork carried out in 2016.
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