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Events June 2021

18
Jun
2021

The impact of trade on technical efficiency of investment in renewable energy electricity generation capacity

Yichang Liu

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.

22
Jun
2021
22
Jun
2021

Public goods and group size

Larry Weifeng Liu, Australian National University

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.

23
Jun
2021

Children and young people’s rights in Timor-Leste and deepening poverty and Inequality

Various speakers

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.

24
Jun
2021

IMF World Economic Outlook – Managing divergent recoveries

Malhar Nabar, IMF and John Bluedorn, IMF

Malhar Nabar and John Bluedorn will walk us through the latest findings from the World Economic Outlook produced by the International Monetary Fund.

25
Jun
2021

The path to kina convertibility: study of the foreign exchange market of Papua New Guinea

Martin Davies

Papua New Guinea (PNG) has faced a chronic shortage of foreign exchange for the past seven years, despite a current account surplus of around 20 per cent of GDP, leading to a large backlog of Forex orders.

29
Jun
2021

Property rights and climate governance: new frontiers for adaptive law

Daniel Fitzpatrick
This presentation provides a discussion of adaptive property law based on a newly published monograph, ‘Law, Property and Disasters: Adaptive Perspectives from the Global South’ (Routledge Glasshouse List 2021).
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