The ACDE Seminar is the longest-running seminar series in applied economics at ANU. It has been held during the Tuesday afternoon timeslot for several decades and has featured seminars from many leading economists and upcoming scholars from ANU, Australia, and overseas. Open to the public.
This seminar will explore the issue of state revenue in Palestine.
Despite China’s key role in global sustainability and the close link between resource consumption and climate change, the scholarly literature has focused on climate mitigation and resource efficiency in isolation.
This seminar will explore the potential for land reform to reduce poverty in Myanmar.
Competing for attention - The effect of talk radio on elections and political polarization in the US
Ashani Amarasinghe presents on the effects of talk radio on elections and political polarization.
Could urban form moderate mental distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from Jakarta, Indonesia
Budy Resosudarmo talks about the relationship between urban form and mental distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
This seminar will dive into the economics of surfing, with a Noosa case study.
Fertility responses to short-term economic stress: Exploring the effects of a wealth shock in a pre-transitional settler colony
This seminar uses historical data from South Africa to explore the effect of economic stress on fertility.
This event will bring together alumni of the Crawford Economics PhD program to share and discuss post-PhD career strategies.
Lynda Sanderson presents on the firm-level impacts of missing migrants due to the COVID-19 border closure in New Zealand.
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