The effects of political shocks on international trade: evidence from China and major partners, 1998-2018
Vishesh Agarwal presents his PhD research on the interaction of trade and political conflict between China and its major trading partners.
Firms' responses to foreign demand shock: the Indonesian manufacturing firms in the aftermath of the global financial crises
This paper investigates the adjustment in employment and its interrelated factors when firms face foreign demand shocks.
Josh Merfeld presents on agricultural calendars, child labor, and schooling.
Mara Hammerle presents her PhD research on the impacts of replacing natural gas heaters and hot water systems with more energy-efficient electric alternatives in the Australian Capital Territory.
Chris Murphy analyses the fiscal response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.
Tunye Qiu presents his PhD research on the trend in China’s housing affordability and its impact on total fertility rate.
Alberto Posso presents new research on terrorism and savings behaviour in Nigeria.
Tsendsuren Batsuuri presents her PhD research on the global imbalances and the economics of demographic transition.
Join us for this online event to learn more about the study pathways for international and development economics
Manoj Pandey will present evidence that hunger is a widespread problem in Papua New Guinea.