Harry Bloch explains the failure of the Malthusian prediction.
The power of institutions: the importance of effective governments for electricity use in developing countries
Rohan Best discusses the effectiveness of institutions for increasing electricity use in developing countries.
Achieving greater efficiency in Indonesian telecommunications: is the Indonesia broadband plan the answer?
Rob Albon reviews telecommunications reforms in Indonesia.
Dr Mathias Sinning presents some preliminary findings of his work with the Nielsen Homescan Survey.
Dr Eli Remolona presents this joint seminar by the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, and the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, at Crawford School.
Professor Hal Hill examines Indonesian economic development over the past half-century, across both the Soeharto and Democratic eras.
Dr Muhamad Chatib Basri looks at discussions around tapering in 2013 and the impacts on some emerging market countries such as Indonesia, India, Brazil, South Africa and Turkey.
Dr Anthony Swan discusses research on multinational production.
The speakers analyse the impact of developments around market openings in Australian telecom services trade on global value chains.
Yessi Vadila investigates the effect of tariff exposure on regional health outcomes in Indonesia.