Events November 2019

12
Nov
2019

Adolescent school bullying victimisation and later life outcomes

Dr Silvia Mendolia, University of Wollongong

The research presented at this seminar was conducted to examine the effects of bullying during adolescence on the personal development of victims.

12
Nov
2019

The quantified and sensed environment

Chacko Thomas

Digital technologies are fundamentally transforming every aspect of society. They offer significant opportunities for improving energy and business productivity and enhancing economic growth.

12
Nov
2019

Men’s perspectives on addressing family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea

Mr Joshua Goa and Mr Dunstan Lawihin

A public seminar, ‘Men’s perspectives on addressing family and sexual violence in Papua New Guinea’, was held on Tuesday 12 November 12:30-1:30pm, at Hedley Bull Theatre 2.

12
Nov
2019

Does training location matter? Evidence from a randomised field experiment in rural Indonesia

Ayu Pratiwi, School of Economics, University of Turku, Finland

Informal networks help disseminate agricultural knowledge in rural areas, but how formal training and informal networks interact to promote technology adoption is still under-studied.

12
Nov
2019

Does training location matter? Evidence from a randomised field experiment in rural Indonesia

Ayu Pratiwi, School of Economics, University of Turku, Finland

Informal networks help disseminate agricultural knowledge in rural areas, but how formal training and informal networks interact to promote technology adoption is still under-studied.

12
Nov
2019

Improving SME tax compliance without increasing revenue? Evidence from a population-wide randomized controlled trial in Papua New Guinea (Cancelled)

Christopher Hoy, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

‘Nudges’ have increased tax revenue in settings with high rates of compliance and effective enforcement, but can they work in countries that lack these conditions?

12
Nov
2019

Australian Foreign Affairs 7: China Dependence

Allan Gyngell, Margaret Simons, David Uren, Jane Golley and Mark Kenny

Join Australian Foreign Affairs and ANU Crawford School for an important discussion of Australia’s new vulnerability and dependence on China.

12
Nov
2019

Book Launch by Dame Meg Taylor Secretary General, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat

Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat; and book author Honorary Associate Professor Greg Fry, ANU
Join us for the launch of Framing the Islands: Power and Diplomatic Agency in Pacific Regionalism by author Honorary Associate Professor Greg Fry. The book will be launched by Dame Meg Taylor.
 
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