Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) still make up only a small percentage of cars on the road.
This study examines the long-term health consequences of the spraying of deforestation chemicals by the US military during the Vietnam war.
In response to enduring problems of poverty across the global south, social protection policies (SPPs) have emerged as the main policy approach, with over 60 countries now implementing Conditional Cash Transfers (CCTs) programs.
Australia and Vietnam are deepening their relationship, from ‘friendship to mateship’ as Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in his recent State Visit.
The study shows that the likelihood a defaulting sovereign is granted an IMF loan is increasing with US banks’ exposures to its country.
This RegNet Bookclub seminar introduces the edited volume From Aquino II to Duterte (2010–2018): Change, Continuity—and Rupture
Author David Leffman talks about his new book
The Mercenary Mandarin
This study examines total factor productivity (TFP) and its determinants in Vietnamese manufacturing using firm-level data for the period 2006-2015. TFP is estimated by industry to allow for heterogeneity in technology.
In 2019, Asia’s two largest democracies—India and Indonesia—held national elections. In this seminar, these elections provide the starting point to examine how women are faring within their respective electoral systems.
Social scientists have long been interested in the effects of social-political upheavals on a society subsequently.
This paper analyses the employment impact of a significant shift to more restrictive labour market regulations in Indonesia in the early 2000s.
If you want to improve public policy, just having the best proposal is not enough – you must circumvent the multitude of obstacles that the murky reality of politics presents.
China is incrementally developing a new, decentralised model of trade governance through a web of finance, trade, and investment initiatives involving memorandum of understandings, contracts, and trade and investment treaties.
Are Indigenous water rights the ‘Mabo’ issue of our generation?
This mid-term review seminar demonstrates how lawyers in Pacific Island Countries (PICs) play prominent roles in championing law reform, navigating legal pluralism and in the development of robust democratic and civil society
The internal brain drain phenomenon―the poaching of local skilled workers from the public sector by international non‐governmental organisations (INGOs) or international organisations (IOs) in developing countries―is an area of concern for humanitarian
This workshop will cover a range of examples of practical enablers proven to lead to system-wide improvements, with the opportunity to compare and contrast approaches in different countries and in different contexts.
India’s long-held global position – that of needing to grow to lift millions out of poverty – has now been ‘appropriated’ by corporations mining coal in Australia, and Australian governments committed to keeping Australia in ‘the business of coal’.
Invention lies at the heart of new growth theory.
‘People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction’, 16-year old climate activist Greta Thunberg warned this week.
The Arndt-Corden Department of Economics 2019 Open Forum is an opportunity for all ACDE and Crawford staff, students and interested members of the public to come together, learn about each other’s research and discuss the major economic challenges faci
ANU Malaysia Institute: Malaysian Economic Outlook Symposium
Continued investments in coal-fired power plants (CFPPs) and coal mines are incompatible with the objectives of the Paris Climate Agreement.
The US-China relationship is in a state of sharp decline – and, as the confrontation between the world’s two largest economies risks intensifying into outright trade war, the stability of the global system is being shaken.
Handling waste is a major problem for governments. In Indonesia, open waste dumps are overflowing from Surabaya to Aceh. Waste is dramatically affecting the land, waterways, soils, sea, air and health of Indonesian citizens.
In the year 2010, Norway signed an agreement to provide Indonesia with up to USD 1 billion if the latter could prove it had reduced its high carbon emissions from deforestation and degradation of forests and peat lands (Letter of Intent 2010).
This study examines the tendency of resource firms to overinvest induced by business cycles and uncertainties.
This paper explores the causes of China’s changing policies and behaviors related to refugees.
This paper investigates the causal impacts of mining fiscal systems on generating resource rents from oil and gas extraction. This study covers 81 oil and gas producing countries during the period 1970-2015.
Drawing upon field experiments conducted in the online marketplace for giving with charity and foundation partners, the seminar presents evidence on motives and barriers to giving.
Digital technologies, particularly the Internet, play a significant and increasingly central part in adolescent life.