Events April 2020

01
Apr
2020

Powered by People: National Security Futures Conference

A list of International and domestic speakers - visit the webstie for details

1-2 April, 2020 – Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

01
Apr
2020

Reading the Corona: from gloom to doom, are we doing the right thing?

Haryo Aswicahyono, Centre for Strategic and International Studies; Puspa Amri, Sonoma State University; Erick Hansnata, KPMG Australia; Ari Perdana, Asian Development Bank

In the first Indonesia Project Global Seminar last week, we discussed policy challenges in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak in Indonesia.

01
Apr
2020

In conversation with Margaret Simons

Margaret Simons, Professor Helen Sullivan, and Dr Andrew Leigh MP

Margaret Simons will be in conversation with Professor Helen Sullivan on Margaret’s new Quarterly Essay, Cry me a river: the tragedy of the Murray-Darling Basin.

02
Apr
2020

Remittance trap: myth or reality? Threshold study of remittances and growth

Sud Dahal

This is an online event. Please email the organiser to join.

02
Apr
2020

What drives innovation in Asia? COVID-19: What will be the economic impact?

Donghyn Park, Rommel Rabanal - Asian Development Bank

The ADO 2020 theme chapter explores what drives innovation in Asia? Innovation—the introduction of new and better products and processes—is increasingly important for developing Asia as it becomes a primarily middle-income region.

03
Apr
2020

Crawford School at The Big Meet - Sydney

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.

03
Apr
2020

The effect of gasoline prices on suburban housing values in China

Tong Zhang

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

06
Apr
2020
07
Apr
2020

The labour market impact of a high skilled migration wave: evidence following the abolition of the White Australia Policy

Toan Nguyen, Curtin University

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

08
Apr
2020

Restricting human movements: public health outcomes and economic consequences

Pandu Riono, Universitas Indonesia; Manoj Pandey, ANU/University of Papua New Guinea; I Nyoman Sutarsa, ANU

In an attempt to contain the spread of the SARS-Cov-2 virus, social distancing has been the norm.

14
Apr
2020

Improving SME tax compliance without increasing revenue? Evidence from a population-wide randomised controlled trial in Papua New Guinea

Christopher Hoy, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

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

17
Apr
2020

Pliant like the bamboo: Institutional heterogeneities of host countries and the labour market assimilation of Filipinos around the world

Christopher James R. Cabuay

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

17
Apr
2020

Corona-induced tension between regulations and actions

Philips J Vermonte, Centre for Strategic and International Studies; Bivitri Susanti, Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan Indonesia; Imelda Deinla, ANU

Regulations are generally rigid and complex. At times, however, policymakers are faced with a situation where they have to make very quick decisions and follow with rapid actions. The corona crisis has brought this tension up again.

20
Apr
2020

Breastfeeding policy in 2020 and beyond – Emergency and pandemic preparedness and response planning in Australia

Various - see program in 'downloads tab'

Please note this event will be recorded.
Audio recording and PowerPoints are available in the ‘downloads’ tab.

21
Apr
2020

Taxes and transfers in the time of COVID-19: A brownbag with Robert Breunig and Steven Hamilton

Robert Breunig, Crawford school of Public Policy, ANU; Steven Hamilton, The George Washington University, USA and TTPI Research Affiliate

Please note this event will be recorded.
Audio recording is available in the ‘downloads’ tab.

21
Apr
2020

The effective rate of spillover protection: Trade wars in an era of global value chains

Jayant Menon, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore

The US-China trade war is approaching its second year. In this paper, we explain how a relatively small tariff on Chinese exports to the US can greatly disrupt supply chains, employing the concept of the effective rate of spillover protection.

24
Apr
2020

Openness and the growth-poverty nexus: Reappraisal with a new openness indicator

Wannaphong Durongkaveroj

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

28
Apr
2020

Migrant health workers are on the COVID-19 frontline: we need more of them

Helen Dempster and Rebekah Smith

The recording from this webinar is available here, and the powerpoint presentation

29
Apr
2020

Is COVID-19 the next dengue and tuberculosis for Indonesia?

Panji Hadisoemarto, Universitas Padjadjaran

In this webinar, Dr Panji Hadisoemarto will talk about the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.

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