Wage dispersion and productivity: Evidence from large and medium-scale manufacturing firms in Indonesia
Martha Primanthi presents her PhD research findings on how firms’ wage structures influence their productivity in Indonesia.
Paul Burke presents empirical evidence relevant to countries wishing to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions that carbon pricing plays a key role in tilting energy mixes in a low-carbon direction.
The PhD seminar (econ) explores the welfare effects of a hypothetical energy tax in Vietnam.
Russell Thomson seeks to discover the extent to which research success in any discipline is related to success in another, and which subjects play the most central role.
This seminar will use international data to explore people’s tolerance for inequality.
Chris Murphy discusses the issues in designing an Australian macroeconomic model to be used for both policy analysis and forecasting.
This seminar will explore how the use of internet technology (and in particular e-commerce) affects market coverage, sales and profits, as well as the cost structure of businesses
Schmulow discusses a recommendation of the Financial Services Royal Commission for the establishment of an Assessment Board to provide continuous oversight of the financial regulators.
The study analyses the extent of the socio-economic improvement at the Indian Local Government Level (both Urban and Rural bodies) due to the gradual improvement in the devolution of funds by the subsequent Finance Commission.
Productivity and development: Malthus was half right, Lewis half wrong, Schumpeter nailed it; as for Rodrik…
McLeod argues that the literature on development economics does not look good under the microscope.