05
SEP
2016

20 September: GST reform in Australia: implications of estimating price elasticities of demand for food

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a seminar on GST reform in Australia – implications of estimating price elasticities of demand for food. Research findings indicate that the costs of compensating households in the bottom quintile of the income distribution for...
18
AUG
2016

20 September – Strengthening public policy through the random recruitment of public officials

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a talk on a brief history of random recruitment, theoretical principles that could guide its application and a discussion of a number of possible future applications. Not only can this method of selection be used to generate greater...
18
AUG
2016

29 August – Climate Café: how climate change threatens our security

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a talk on How Climate Change Threatens our Society. Climate change is exacerbating tensions in areas with existing global instability, increasing the risk and changing the nature of conflict. It is far more than ‘just’ an...
31
JUL
2016

8 August – US foreign policy under the next presidency

The Crawford School of Public Policy present a public seminar on US foreign policy under the next presidency. Richard Fontaine will provide his views on how either a Democratic or Republican administration will tackle the foreign policy challenges of the post-Obama United States....
31
JUL
2016

4 August – Climate change and the humanities lecture

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a lecture that asks: What can the more humanist disciplines – or the humanities, as a branch of thought – contribute to our understanding of the phenomenon of planetary climate change and how are they, in turn, challenged...
18
JUL
2016

22 July – Systemic risk and economic policy

The Crawford School of Public Policy present a one-day course to provide an introduction to the topic of systemic risk, which has emerged as one of the greatest public policy challenges of the past decade. At its worst, systemic risk can result in the near-collapse of financial...
26
JUN
2016

20 July – The growing role of anti-avoidance rules for global corporate tax

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents the growing role of anti-avoidance rules for global corporate tax. In this lively public event, Professor Judith Freedman will present on the current state of play in the United Kingdom on multinational corporate tax, followed by a...
26
JUN
2016

GRC Professional – News from the Governance, Risk & Compliance Institute

As part of GRC Institute’s 20th anniversary celebrations, the GRC Professional has been reaching out to those members who have been around since the organisation’s inception and who have stayed to watch it evolve. Click here to read the latest GRC Professional or visit the GRC...
20
JUN
2016

ICCPM’s June CONNECT Magazine just published

International Centre for Complex Project Management’s (ICCPM) June CONNECT Magazine is now available and includes a report on the 2016 International Roundtables events, news, articles and all the regular features. The magazine is available from the ICCPM website. URL:...
15
JUN
2016

28 June: The Vote Policy Forum – Pre-election analysis

The Vote: Policy Forum & ANU 2016 Federal Election series is an opportunity to engage with ANU public policy experts during the 2016 Federal Election. Join the ANU community at the final panel in the Molonglo Theatre at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy for a final...