Ubilava investigates the influence of seasonal variation in cereal crop prices on internal conflict, and violence involving civilians, in low-income countries in Africa.
Anu Rammohan reports on the effectiveness of an information campaign intended to improve the targeting of two large social programs in Indonesia.
Premachandra Athukorala looks for lessons relevant to the current COVID-19 crisis in the scattered multi-disciplinary literature on the Spanish Flu pandemic of a century ago.
Brown finds that only 6 per cent of the poorest 40 per cent in developing countries have adequate home environments for protection from COVID-19, falling to virtually zero in sub-Saharan Africa.
Long-term impacts of the giant wave: The case of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and child development in Indonesia
Riswandi presents his PhD research on the long-term impacts of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in Banda Aceh city
This seminar will review how India is meeting the dual health and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus.
McCawley reviews the efforts of the Asian Development Bank in Indonesia, as part of one of the largest sustained development cooperation programs in post-war history.
Debasish Das presents his PhD research on electricity metering reform in Bangladesh.
Davidson contrasts an exchange-focused analysis of how to minimise the social cost of the COVID-19 pandemic with the social planner’s approach relying on social cost-benefit analysis.
Van der Eng and co-author Denny Irawan investigate the extent to which economic growth is held back by underinvestment in the country’s infrastructure facilities.