Events March 2020

03
Mar
2020

Governance responses to illegal natural resource activities

Professor Daniela Kleinschmit

Natural resources

03
Mar
2020

Using the lab to change the field: an experimental evaluation of the effect of playing economic games on cooperation

Paulo Santos, Monash University

The study presents experimental evidence of the impact of playing a common property resource (CPR) game on real life cooperation. The CPR game was framed as a pest management activity, the effectiveness of which depends on the decisions of others.

03
Mar
2020

Book Launch: Contest for the Indo-Pacific

Professor Rory Medcalf, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne, Senator the Hon. Penny Wong

The Indo-Pacific is both a place and an idea. It is the region central to global prosperity and security. It is also a metaphor for collective action. If diplomacy fails, it will be the theatre of the first general war since 1945.

03
Mar
2020

Book launch: Contest for the Indo-Pacific

Senator the Hon. Marise Payne, Senator the Hon. Penny Wong, and Professor Rory Medcalf

How can China’s dominance be prevented without war? Join us for the launch of this highly anticipated book with a presentation from the author and reflections from Senator the Hon.

04
Mar
2020

Measuring development impact: An introduction to impact evaluation

Mr Peter Srouji, Ms Yuna Liang, Ms Farah Amalia, and Mr Chris Hoy

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and The Australian National University are jointly hosting a series of free

04
Mar
2020

Fiji economic survey 2020

Dr Neelesh Gounder

Fiji has one of the most developed economies of the Pacific island countries. The Fiji economic survey paper argues that a stable political climate is important for future economic performance and sustaining growth in the medium to long term.

04
Mar
2020

The Politics of Media in Myanmar Now

Swe Win

Before Myanmar’s political transition away from military dictatorship a decade ago, the press was under state control. Pre-publication censorship was the norm.

05
Mar
2020

The heterogeneous effects of global and national business cycles on employment in US states and metropolitan areas

Alexander Chudik, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

The growth of globalisation in recent decades has increased the importance of external factors as drivers of the business cycle in many countries.

05
Mar
2020

The political ecology of microfinance

Associate Professor Sango Mahanty, Crawford School

The Environmental Social Science Seminar Series is co-hosted by Resources, Environment & Development at the Crawford School of Public Policy and the Fenner School of Environment and Society.

06
Mar
2020

The future of Australia’s thermal coal industry in a low carbon environment

Cedric Hodges

This paper provides projections of the transition ahead of Australia’s thermal coal industry under the global effort to keep global warming below 2°C.

10
Mar
2020

Overkill: Excesses of the state in regulation, crime control and national security

Emeritus Professor Peter Grabosky

**Please note that

11
Mar
2020

International Women’s Day Breakfast – Annabel Crabb

Annabel Crabb, ABC journalist, writer and presenter

Join us at the AHRI International Women’s Day Breakfast with Annabel Crabb

11
Mar
2020

American Foreign Policy and the 2020 Presidential Election

2020 Des Ball Public Lecture, Chair - Professor Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University

Will foreign policy be a factor in the 2020 American presidential election? If so, on what issues and along what themes?

12
Mar
2020

Thinking and working politically in development: coalitions for change in the Philippines

Mr Jaime Faustino and Mr Sam Chittick

EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED

12
Mar
2020

Sustainable energy planning in Canada: recognising diversity and the need for Indigenous voices

Professor Paul Parker

Please join us for this upcoming research seminar, hosted by the Resources, Environment and Development group (RE&D).

13
Mar
2020

Accounting for natural capital in productivity analysis

Khanh Hoang

Australia has experienced 26 consecutive years of positive economic growth, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP).

17
Mar
2020

Finding agency and action in a time of ecological crisis

Ibolya (Ibi) Losoncz, Kirsty Anantharajah, Tim Hollo, Kyle Levier

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

 

17
Mar
2020

Greening Asia’s economic development

Paul Burke, ANU

This is a fully online event. Please email the event organiser if you would like to join.

18
Mar
2020

Goal-setting at scale: Experimental evidence from the rollout of an energy savings program

Madeline Werthschulte

Self-set goals have shown to be effective tools to change behaviour in a variety of fields. A relevant question to policymakers is how these interventions will perform when rolled out at large scale.

18
Mar
2020

Critically thinking about Pacific health security: reflections from the New Zealand High Commissioner

The Hon Dame Annette King

Please note, this event has been postponed until further notice

19
Mar
2020

The economic impact of Covid-19

Professor Warwick McKibbin

Join ANU Crawford School of Public Policy’s Professor Warwick McKibbin to discuss the possible global economic impacts of Covid-19 and what governments should be doing to limit the damage.

20
Mar
2020

Does gender matter for corruption in business? Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

Trang Be

This is a fully online event. Please email the event organiser if you would like to join

21
Mar
2020

Hypothetical: A tale of terrorism

Professor John Blaxland, Dr Dominique Dalla-Pozza, Jacinta Carroll, and Mark Kenny

The 2001 September 11 attacks hurled terrorism into the global mainstream media where it has remained for nearly 20 years. Since then, Australia’s counter-terrorism narrative has developed, carving out a new national security landscape.

23
Mar
2020

Crawford School at The Big Meet - Brisbane

Crawford School of Public Policy

Learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree with Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top-ranked university, ANU.

24
Mar
2020

Reviewing Australia's environment laws after the fires

Tim Hollo, Dr Virginia Marshall, Dr Helen Taylor, Stephanie Booker

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

 

24
Mar
2020

Gender-targeted job ads in the recruitment process: evidence from China

Kailing Shen, Research School of Economics, ANU

This is a fully online event. Please email the event organiser if you would like to join.

24
Mar
2020

Using migration to manage demographic pressure

Professor Satish Chand and Ms Helen Dempster

Over the next 80 years, the world will experience significant demographic shifts. Developed countries are seeing massive reductions in their working-age populations, due to a combination of below-replacement fertility and increased longevity.

24
Mar
2020

Policy Forum Pod LIVE! event - Australia ablaze: what next?

TBA

In the wake of a tragic summer, bush fires have torn across over 11 million hectares of bush, farmland, national parks and residences.

25
Mar
2020

Reading the Corona: extraordinary responses during an extraordinary time

M. Chatib Basri, University of Indonesia; Rizki N. Siregar, University of California

This is a fully online event. Please email the event organiser if you would like to join.

26
Mar
2020

The development of visions and strategies for Australia’s sustainable future

Ian Chambers

This is an online event. Please see below for zoom link

27
Mar
2020

Crawford School at The Big Meet - Melbourne

Crawford School of Public Policy

Learn more about how to work in and with government with a graduate degree with Crawford School of Public Policy at Australia’s top-ranked university, ANU.

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