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Events October 2021

26
Oct
2021

2021 Conversations - connection and disconnection (Webinar 3: global connections and disconnections: markets, state, earth)

Christian Downie, Peter Drahos, Anthea Roberts, Jensen Sass, Alex San Martim Portes, Dirk Van Der Kley
This panel will explore the entanglements of technology, data and finance and their corollary across actors and institutions in the domains of climate, energy, trade and intellectual property.
26
Oct
2021

Fiscal policy in the COVID-19 era

Chris Murphy, Australian National University

This seminar analyses the origins of the COVID-19 economic downturn in Australia and the appropriateness of the fiscal policy response.

26
Oct
2021

Monetary policy in the age of automation

Martin Wolf, University of St Gallen

Martin Wolf provides a framework in which monetary policy affects firms’ automation decisions (i.e. how intensively capital and labor are used in production). This new feature has far-reaching consequences for monetary policy.

26
Oct
2021

Monetary policy in the age of automation

Martin Wolf, University of St Gallen - Switzerland

The author provides a framework in which monetary policy affects firms’ automation decisions (i.e. how intensively capital and labor are used in production). This new feature has far-reaching consequences for monetary policy.

28
Oct
2021

When the state is guardian: protecting the human rights of children in the care of the state.

Liana Buchanan Commissioner for Children and Young People in Victoria

Join Dr Angie Bexley, Deputy Director of the Children’s Policy Centre, as she discusses the responsibilities the State has for children and young people in its care, and the importance of upholding their human rights, with Liana Buchanan, Commissioner

29
Oct
2021

2021 Korea Update

Various speakers
Celebrating 60 Years of diplomatic relations between Australia and the Republic of Korea 1961-2021
29
Oct
2021

Vulnerable households and effects of energy efficiency: An Australian study

Mara Hammerle

Using the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Energy Efficiency Improvement Scheme as a case study, this paper examines impacts of replacing natural gas heaters and hot water systems with more energy-efficient electric alternatives.

29
Oct
2021

Decentralisation in PNG: a political analysis

Professor Stephen Howes, Dr Lawrence Sause and Dr Lhawang Ugyel

This paper provides an overview of decentralisation in Papua New Guinea (PNG) since independence, with a focus on political decentralisation. We show that PNG’s decentralised system has several distinctive and, in some cases, unique features.

29
Oct
2021

Korea Corner Grand Opening

Various speakers
The ANU Korea Institute and the Republic of Korea Embassy in Canberra warmly invite you to the grand opening of the Korea Corner.
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