Events October 2020

21
Oct
2020

Pacific labour mobility and remittances in times of COVID-19

Dr Dung Doan, Dr Kenia Parsons, Dr Kirstie Petrou and Dr Matthew Dornan

Register here to receive a link to the webinar.

21
Oct
2020

Measuring well-being for a sustainable & desirable future

Associate Professor Ida Kubiszewski

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.

21
Oct
2020

Malaysia Update 2020: Alternative Visions for Malaysia

The Malaysia Update is one of the most well-known conferences on Malaysia outside of the country, and builds on ANU's commitment to research in the field of Malaysian studies.
22
Oct
2020

Webinar Series: Governing Disruptions for Health Equity

Professor Sharon Bessell, Anne Hampshire, Professor Sharon Friel

Drought, fire, storms, and a global pandemic have mobilised governments, industry and the community in ways that would not have been imagined previously.

22
Oct
2020

Xiong Shili 熊十力 and Cultural Nationalism in Modern China

Yu Sang
In this seminar, I will discuss how cultural nationalism was reflected in, and affected the direction of, Xiong’s thought.
23
Oct
2020

FDI and immigration complementarity and industrial upgrading in Malaysia

Stewart Nixon

Differing perceptions of FDI and immigration’s contributions to Malaysia’s economic development are reflected in policies and attitudes welcoming investment but restricting immigration, which in turn fuel myths surrounding their respective impacts on i

28
Oct
2020

Digital economy vs COVID19: How do firms cope up?

Moekti Soejachmoen, Danareksa Research Institute; Maria Monica Wihardja, The World Bank

In this webinar we discuss how businesses improve their resilience againts the COVID-19 pandemic by amplifying their use of digital technology.

29
Oct
2020

The impact of excess reserves on the effectiveness of monetary policy transmission in Papua New Guinea

Thomas Wangi, PhD Student, CAMA

The banking system in Papua New Guinea has recorded extraordinary growth of excess reserves in recent years. The accumulation of high levels of excess reserves may have undesired implications on the effectiveness of monetary policy transmission.

29
Oct
2020
30
Oct
2020

The spatial spillovers of migration on education

Christopher James Cabuay

The unprecedented growth in international migration warrants further study of its potential spillover effects to human capital formation.

30
Oct
2020

Post-war tax reviews and the Asprey Blueprint

Mr Paul Tilley, TTPI Visiting Fellow

This event will be recorded. The Zoom invitation is available here.

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