Ross McLeod examines the fiscal aspects of Indonesia’s post-Soeharto decentralisation arrangements.
Samuel Wills discusses the importance of natural amenities for economic growth, exploiting variation in the quality of surf breaks over space and time in three natural experiments.
Paul Burke investigates the impact of reductions in subsidies to household and industry electricity consumption in Indonesia during 1992-2015.
Adam Triggs discusses the G20’s efforts under five themes: macroeconomic stimulus, fiscal consolidation, monetary policy, the global financial safety net, and global imbalances.
Professor Martin Richardson discusses the making of international agreements when there is a real possibility of ‘Brexit-like’ outcomes.