In developing countries, agricultural productivity shocks are an important predictor of the opportunity cost of time for children. This can lead to children dropping out of school to work during good rainfall years.
Gender-based violence in Indonesia has increased during the pandemic.
Aggregate level studies have acknowledged the declining role of Indonesia’s export-oriented manufacturing sector in creating jobs in Indonesia.
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.
The study develops a game-theoretical framework in which a bi-directional relationship exists between trade and political conflict.
Veteran journalist, writer and photographer Nazes Afroz will present glimpses of Afghanistan that have never made headlines or caught media attention.
What is the effect of investor credit supply on housing prices? We provide casual evidence on this question using quasi-experimental variation in credit supply to investors caused by macroprudential policy changes implemented in Australia.
This seminar will be held online via Zoom. Zoom details will be provided upon registration to this event.
Join Professor Sharon Bessell, Director of the ANU Children’s Policy Centre, as she discusses why talking with and listening to children is so important in promoting their wellbeing with Leanne McLean, Commissioner for Children and Young People in Tasm
Across our region and the world we are being increasingly challenged by the rise of populism, falling public trust in institutions as well as regulatory systems that are failing to keep up with a rapidly changing society.
This paper examines whether the minimum wage is an effective antipoverty instrument in Indonesia from 2002 to 2014. The study uses difference in spatial differences and finds no evidence of poverty reducing impact of minimum wage.
Compulsory income management (CIM) is now in its 14th year in Australia.
For decades, Australia has been one of the countries that keep battling bushfires. The recent bushfire season in 2020 has burnt millions of hectares and led to billions of economic losses.
During this two-year span of the pandemic, digital adoption has been accelerating, including in the banking sector.
Join Professor Sharon Bessell, Director of the Children’s Policy Centre, as she discusses what’s next for Australia’s children in the post-COVID decade with Anne Hollonds, Australia’s National Children’s Commissioner.
Indonesia has been trying to improve its investment climate.
Please join us for this webinar, hosted by the Resources, Environment and Development group (RE&D), Crawford School of Public Policy.