Join Mark Kenny as he talks to three of the world’s leading voices on poverty measurement, research, and eradication about creating a post-COVID future without poverty. Is such a future possible?
The Indonesian government has been working hard in engaging with the world market as average tariffs keep decreasing.
The ANU Mongolia Institute is hosting an interdisciplinary series of online seminars on Mongolia. In this upcoming event, Dr Li Narangoa will present on the legacies of the Mongol invasions of Japan.
Join us for a roundtable discussion on Malaysia's Judiciary: Challenges and Future Directions.
2020 Conversations Webinar Series: Critical junctures: Reimagining regulatory governance
In this webinar we will discuss the new book written by Ben Bland, Man of Contradictions: Joko Widodo and the Struggle to Remake Indonesia.
This paper examines whether agricultural productivity can improve the condition of women’s empowerment in rural Indonesia.
This engaging three-day program introduces participants to the central issues, threats, challenges and opportunities that underpin Australia’s national security environment.
Green hydrogen holds promise as a zero-carbon fuel if production costs are low enough. We specify the production cost of hydrogen for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolysers using universally applicable equations.
The study presented in this seminar modifies the Systemic Risk Index (SRISK) by Brownlees and Engle (2017) to measure potential capital shortfall of natural resource companies and how it is affected by the fluctuation of the commodity price cycle and b
R. Spencer Haines will present the next ANU Mongolia Institute lunchtime seminar to discuss the rise of the Zunghar nomadic polity in Central Asia during the 17th Century AD.
This will also constitute Mr Haines’ doctoral thesis presentation.
While the world of policy is often chaotic and unpredictable, academic concepts and frameworks can help policy makers to understand how policy issues are identified and analysed and the major policy instruments available to government in reaching and c
This interactive and practical nine-day program will deepen participants’ understanding of the national security community and the range of strategic challenges it faces - now and into the future.
We propose a methodology for predicting subnational economic development using daytime satellite imagery. We collected high-resolution satellite images and corresponding ground truth data (e.g.
Please join us for an upcoming RE&D Research Notes webinar, hosted by the Resources, Environment and Development group (RE&D), Crawford School of Public Policy.
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