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Events September 2022

01
Sep
2022

Korean Film Festival in Canberra

The Korean Film Festival will be in Canberra at Palace Cinemas from 1-3 September.

01
Sep
2022

Australian Foreign Affairs 15 launch - Our unstable neighbourhood: The contest for South-East Asia

Allan Gyngell AO, Prof John Blaxland, Dr Pichamon Yeophantong, A/Prof Sue Thompson

This panel

01
Sep
2022

Annie Song: China’s approach to global fisheries: power in the governance of anti-illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

Dr. Annie Young Song

China has become increasingly active in addressing global environmental challenges. However, Chinese fishing practices do not conform with its policies.

01
Sep
2022

Annie Song: China’s approach to global fisheries: power in the governance of anti-illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

Dr. Annie Young Song

China has become increasingly active in addressing global environmental challenges. However, Chinese fishing practices do not conform with its policies.

02
Sep
2022

Institutional sources of cooperation, competition and conflict in developing countries

Emeritus Professor William Maley

When major problems surface in public policy development and implementation, it is very tempting to look for individuals to blame.

06
Sep
2022

Fertility responses to short-term economic stress: Exploring the effects of a wealth shock in a pre-transitional settler colony

Martine Mariotti, Australian National University

The pre-transitional South African settler context is ideal for an investigation of fertility-limiting behaviour in light of short-term economic stress, captured here by a large negative wealth shock.

07
Sep
2022

Japan Update 2022

Professor Sawako Shirahase; Mr Masaaki Shirakawa

Event Schedule:

Welcome and introduction (9 - 9:10am AEST)

Opening keynote speech (9.10 - 9.40 AEST)

The Japanese economy keynote speech (9.40-10.10)

08
Sep
2022

The delocalised community and the search for new local resource governance: Emerging lessons from Nepal’s community forestry

Dr Hemant R Ojha (Associate Professor, Institute for Policy and Governance, University of Canberra)

“This hybrid seminar is jointly presented by the Crawford School of Public Policy Resources, Environment and Development (RE&D) Research Notes seminar serie

13
Sep
2022

Surfing economics: quantifying the value of recreational surfing at the Noosa World Surfing Reserve

Ana Manero, Australian National University

Over 50 million people across the world practice surfing on a regular basis. In Australia, surfing is the second most practiced ocean-based activity, only after swimming, and before fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling.

14
Sep
2022

ANU Indonesia Institute Postgraduate Student Conference

Various postgraduate students

Postgraduate Conference date: 14-15 September 2022

Call for Papers - due 28 July 2022

16
Sep
2022

2022 Indonesia Update conference. Gender equality and diversity in Indonesia: identifying progress and challenges

Andy Yentriyani, Santi Kusumaningrum, Ken Setiawan, Kathryn Robinson, Eva Nisa and many more

This is a hybrid event held online via Zoom and in-person in Canberra (in the Copland Lecture Theatre, ANU). Registration is essential, see below for registration links.

23
Sep
2022

Split incentives or split perspectives? A study of solar for rental properties

Mara Hammerle

This paper uses two stated preference surveys to identify barriers to investment in rooftop solar by property investors and preferences for government policies that could support such investment.

30
Sep
2022

Increasing tax compliance and payment of small businesses with nudges: Evidence from a field experiment in Indonesia

Agung Endika Satyadini

There has been very limited experimental evidence that specifically discusses small businesses’ tax compliance from the lens of behavioural economics.

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