Since the birth of the natural rate hypothesis, the conventional notion that short-term output simply fluctuates around a relatively stable long-term trend became the norm in modern macroeconomics, including in the standard New Keynesian DSGE model.
In 2013 Indonesia conducted one of the largest ever information interventions in an attempt to further alleviate poverty and as a complement to the Social Protection Card.
In an effort to curb the non-communicable diseases epidemic, many governments globally have introduced food regulatory policies, including nutrition labelling, restrictions on marketing, taxation, and composition.
Commodity prices affect income, and can influence civil unrest in conflict-prone low-income countries. Agriculture facilitates employment and food security in these countries, and conflict and violence are often linked to this sector.
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Lily Hu of Harvard University will be speaking about algorithmic discrimination on the basis of race, as a part of the Humanising Machine Intelligence Data, AI and Society public online seminar series.
The pace of evolution of COVID-19 has meant the need for new data and methods of analysing data more urgently than ever before.
The ANU Korea Institute will host an expert panel discussion about South Korea’s transition to a post-pandemic world.
This interactive and practical nine-day program will deepen participants’ understanding of the national security community and the range of strategic challenges it faces - now and into the future.
This paper provides an alternative basis for analysing economic growth and the consequent perpetuation of climate malaise.
In the third instalment
In the current global crisis, many people have called for the kind of international economic cooperation evident during and after the Global Financial Crisis, cooperation which has been sadly lacking since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic.
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