This paper presented in the seminar examines the impact of Islamic holidays on daily violence in Indonesia.
In this seminar Tony Wiskich will present his paper on ‘A decreasing elasticity of substitution between clean and dirty energy’.
The enrolment rate in higher education is relatively low in Indonesia compared with neighbouring countries.
Previous studies estimating the willingness-to-pay for noise abatement have attempted to describe noise abatement textually. This study examines whether respondents to such surveys understand the information provided.
As new technologies, new global actors and an evolving natural environment create new challenges, the national security community must reflect the diversity of a complex world.
Should aid programs micromanage their work? Or should they leave staff on the ground the space to decide for themselves?
Efforts to understand growth disparities among the regions in Indonesia are still progressing.
How do Muslims in a Muslim-majority society respond to an ethnic and religious minority political candidate (a double minority candidate)?
Presented by the Humanities Research Centre and School of Art and Design ANU in conjunction with the National Gallery of Australia and supported by the Research School of Humanities and the Arts ANU and the ANU Indonesia
Presented by the Humanities Research Centre, School of Art and Design, Research School of Humanities and the Arts and Indonesia Institute ANU in association with the National Gallery of Australia and in conjunction with
This paper uses the proliferation of palm oil factories across Indonesia’s undeveloped hinterland as a natural experiment to study industrial onset and estimate spillovers from agricultural processing.
The Malaysia Institute is pleased to host a discussion with four high profile young Muslim politicians and a journalist, visiting Australia under DFAT sponsorship. They are:
The launch of Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video (edited by Dr Olivier Krischer) features a launch address by Dr Caroline Turner, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, ANU Research School of Humani
This seminar will examine factors affecting the inflows and outflows of foreign direct investment for Indonesia.
In this seminar, Augustus Panton will present his paper on ‘Leaning against the wind via finance-neutral output gaps: Inflation targeting and financial stability in an open economy’.