Events March 2021

01
Mar
2021

Beginner's guide to economics for the public sector

Dr Adam Triggs, Associate Professor Paul Burke

Course participants will develop an understanding of the key insights from economics and how they can be applied in policy and government settings.

02
Mar
2021

Impacts of public infrastructure development in a decentralised Indonesia

Budy Resosudarmo, Australian National University

Empirical evidence on how different types of public infrastructure investment influence economic and social development remains limited.

02
Mar
2021

Maritime identity construction and the influence of maritime identity on foreign policy: An Indonesian context

Brilliantina Putri

As the largest archipelagic country in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is by nature surrounded by the seas and strategically situated between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

03
Mar
2021

Bending towards water justice

Quentin Grafton (ANU)

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.

03
Mar
2021

Racing against time: COVID-19 impacts on children and vulnerable individuals

Santi Kusumaningrum (PUSKAPA), Maliki (Bappenas), Woro S Sulistyaningrum (Bappenas)

Bappenas, PUSKAPA, UNICEF, and KOMPAK have produced a policy paper on the prevention and handling of COVID-19 impacts on children and vulnerable individuals. In this webinar, three of the authors will present some of the highlights of the paper.

04
Mar
2021

Completing Australia's retirement income system: Implications of the retirement income review report

Various, as per program

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and the Social Policy Institute jointly convened a group of academic and industry experts and senior government official

04
Mar
2021

Fairness and freedom: ethics and COVID-19 vaccinations

Dr Adam Henschke

The COVID-19 vaccines roll outs around the world are bringing up a range of ethical issues. This webinar will look at three related ethical issues.

05
Mar
2021

Energy-GDP relationship in Vietnam: A social accounting matrix modelling analysis

Thi Kim Thai Nguyen

Energy, especially fossil fuels, is an essential driver of economic growth yet contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. Improvements in global energy intensity have been slowing down gradually since 2015.

09
Mar
2021

AHRI International Women’s Day 2021 Virtual Event

Gretchen Carlson and Leigh Sales

AHRI’s International Women’s Day events have always pushed for gender equity and women’s empowerment, and this year we’re exploring the endemic topic of sexual harassment in workplaces .

09
Mar
2021

Out of the shadow: Encouraging online registration of micro and small businesses through a randomised controlled trial

Sarah Dong, Australian National University

We present a large-scale randomised controlled field trial that informs micro and small businesses about a free and easy to use online registration portal for business registration.

10
Mar
2021

ANU Japan Institute Seminar Series – Ruby and Diamond: The Multiculturalism of Japanese in Wartime Australia

Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki
Welcome to the ANU Japan Institute Seminar Series. 
 
10
Mar
2021

Documentary Premier - Pacific Lockdown

Australia Pacific Security College

Australia Pacific Security College premiers Pacific Lockdown, which charts the impact of COVID-19 across the Pacific islands region.

11
Mar
2021

Sarou Long TPR: Navigating Indigenous lands claims in Cambodia.

Sarou Long

Although the issue of Indigenous land rights has received much attention internationally, there are significant differences in how countries interpret and recognise such rights.

11
Mar
2021

Best practice for long-term emissions strategies, and the NZ Climate Change Commission’s advice

Catherine Leining – NZ Climate Change Commission and Motu Frank Jotzo – ANU Crawford School

Long-term strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are important to support policy and investment decision. The UN climate process calls on all countries to submit such a strategy. Some have been submitted, others are in preparation.

11
Mar
2021

Art and artists in society: pathways for Indonesian art in the 21st century

Anissa Rahadiningtyas (PhD Candidate, Cornell University), Arham Rahman (Director, Makassar Biennale), I Made Bayak (artist), Alia Swastika (Director, Yogyakarta Biennale Foundation), Karina Roosvita.

Art and artists have long held an important position in Indonesian society—in politics, in movements for social and environmental jus

12
Mar
2021

International standards, global value chain participation, and labour productivity: Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

Le Minh Ngoc

Globally recognized standard certificates are commonly adopted to improve firms’ market access and outcomes. Most studies focus on those certificates’ effects on direct export and firms’ different performance outcomes.

12
Mar
2021

Crawford at the Big Meet 2021— Adelaide

Various

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Adelaide!

15
Mar
2021

Beginner’s guide to macroeconomics for the public sector

Dr Adam Triggs

This course takes you through the basic concepts of macroeconomics including: economic output, productivity, growth, inflation, foreign investment and trade.

15
Mar
2021

Crawford at the Big Meet 2021— Brisbane

various

NU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Brisbane!

16
Mar
2021

Commodity booms, conflict, and organised crime: logics of violence in Indonesia's oil palm plantation economy

Paul Kenny, Australian Catholic University

We examine the relationships between agrarian commodity booms and the incidence of criminality and conflict in the context of Indonesia’s expanding oil palm plantation economy.

18
Mar
2021

ALife Conference

Various, as per program

The inaugural ALife Conference was hosted by the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI), Australian National University (ANU), the Australian Treasury and the Australian Taxation Office, and was held on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 March, 2021 at the Cr

18
Mar
2021

In Conversation with Professor Quentin Grafton: Bending towards Water Justice

Professor Quentin Grafton

The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific invites you to 'In Conversation with Professor Quentin Grafton: Bending towards Water Justice.'

18
Mar
2021

In conversation with Glyn Davis

Professor Glyn Davis, Professor Helen Sullivan

Glyn Davis will be in conversation with Helen Sullivan on his new essay On Life’s Lottery, which raises a dilemma long at the heart of philosophy, religion and politics: what are our obligations to others in a world of inequality and personal

19
Mar
2021

Reviving the working dead: The revival of zombie companies among listed firms in China

Joel Bowman

A high proportion of zombie firms are revived (i.e.

19
Mar
2021

Crawford at the Big Meet 2021— Melbourne

Various

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Melbourne!

23
Mar
2021

Does the Pacific require (new) regional arrangements for the protection and advancement of human rights?

Romulo Nayacalevu
Does the Pacific require (new) regional arrangements for the protection and advancement of human rights? If so, what form should this take?
23
Mar
2021

Media and motivation: The effect of performance pay on writers and content

Emilia Tjernström, University of Sydney

A growing literature examines how political and economic forces shape media content at the news source level, but we have little evidence at the journalist level.

24
Mar
2021

Crawford at the Big Meet 2021— Perth

various

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Perth!

24
Mar
2021

OECD economic survey: Indonesia

Andrea Goldstein (OECD), Hal Hill (ANU)

1-2.30pm WIB

25
Mar
2021

Report launch: Social security and time use during COVID-19

Various speakers

Join us for the launch of this important research on how the $550 per fortnight Coronavirus Supplement and the temporary suspension of mutual obligations influenced the time use and wellbeing of people receiving social security payments.

26
Mar
2021

The Big Meet Careers Fairs 2021 — Sydney

various

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is coming to Sydney!

30
Mar
2021

Globalisation and the convergence of profitability

Yixiao Zhou, Australian National University

Globalisation is changing the pattern of competition within and across countries, with concentration and profitability rising in most countries.

31
Mar
2021

Vaccines are here now what? Survivors’ stories

Andree Surianta (ANU), Dian Fatwa (MPR RI)

9-10.30am WIB

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