This is a joint event presented in collaboration with the ANU Malaysia Institute and the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, and is part of the ANU Malaysia Institute Seminar Series.
Australia conforms strongly to the gender norm that women should earn less than their male partners.
Please note different day and time.
Thursday 3 June 2021 11.30am-1pm AEST (8.30-10am WIB)
Electric vehicles are promising options to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions. This study estimates the effect of incentives on the sales of electric vehicles (EVs) for 50 cities in China over January 2016 to December 2019.
This paper examines how the composition of tax revenues affects monetary and fiscal policy interactions. To do so, we consider an environment where household’s wage and interest income as well as firm’s profits are taxed.
This paper investigates how employment and labour mobility, measured by geographical and occupational mobility, determine wage inequality in Indonesia’s manufacturing sector over 2007-2015.
Do local institutions influence the nature of political clientelist exchange?
Wednesday 16 June 2021 **1-2.30pm AEST **(10-11.30am WIB)****
Drop in to talk to representatives from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific on your postgraduate study options - Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master programs:
The ANU Development Policy Centre hosted a one-day workshop with research papers presented for discussion with an audience of researchers, policymakers, and practitioners.
The Social Policy Institute at the Crawford School of the ANU runs a series of workshops exploring major social policy concerns.
As the investment in renewable energy power generation capacity exceeds 300 billion dollars per year, the performance of these capacity investments becomes more and more noticeable.
This paper examines the effects of group size on private provision of public goods, focusing on the role of public good aggregators through which individual public good contributions are aggregated.
On June 1, 2021, Timor-Leste marked The International Day for Protection of Children with a discussion in the National Parliament on child protection rights.
The year 2020 was marked by a series of rolling crises. The Australian wildfires at the start of the year were a catastrophic sign of the global climate crisis.
Malhar Nabar and John Bluedorn will walk us through the latest findings from the World Economic Outlook produced by the International Monetary Fund.
The fallout of nitrogen pollution is considered one of the largest global externalities facing the world, impacting air, water, soil, and human health.