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Events July 2021

27
Jul
2021

Pathways to policy success: A qualitative comparative analysis of regulatory governance factors that shape food policy outcomes

Yandisa Ngqangashe
Qualitative Comparative Analysis is employed to empirically examine causal relationships between regulatory governance conditions of food policies and policy outcomes.
27
Jul
2021

A parallel solution for the Hessian matrix in neural network optimisation: the case of the mixture of expert model

Pham Van Ha, Australian National University

Second-order optimisation methods such as the Newton method have been known for their fast convergence.

27
Jul
2021

Jawi: sacred and secular

Dr Mulaika Hijjas (SOAS, London)

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29
Jul
2021

Pacific risks and response

PSC Director Professor Meg Keen, Crawford School, Hon. Zed Seselja and Dame Annette King, New Zealand’s High Commissioner to Australia

The Australia Pacific Security College (PSC) will host a panel event and webinar with Australia’s Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Hon. Zed Seselja and Dame Annette King, New Zealand’s High Commissioner to Australia.

30
Jul
2021

Climate change mitigation co-benefits in the Chinese power sector: How do wealthier and poorer regions differ?

Xueting Jiang

Greenhouse gases and air pollutants are primarily emitted from the combustion of common source, fossil fuels, which brings potential co-benefit of reducing emissions simultaneously.

30
Jul
2021

PNG’s economic trajectory: The long view

Professor Stephen Howes, Rohan Fox, Maholopa Laveil, Luke McKenzie, Dr Albert Prabhakar Gudapati and Dek Joe Sum

The absence of good time series data makes it difficult to analyse the economic history of Papua New Guinea (PNG).

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