Kai-Yun Tsai discusses the determinants of macroeconomic fluctuations in Taiwan.
Ross Hammond discusses how to develop and deploy community-level strategies to tackle major health challenges.
David Vines discusses whether there is a solution to the crisis in Europe brought about by Brexit, how the effects of protectionist policies in the US might be countered, and whether or not China could provide global leadership.
Bao Nguyen examines the effects of world energy price shocks on China’s macroeconomy.
Ryuzo Miyao assess the effects of Japan’s monetary policies, with an emphasis on the recent qualitative monetary easing program.
Professor Matthew Shapiro discusses how individuals adjusted spending and saving in response to the 2013 US government shutdown.
In this seminar, Anil Savio Kavuri investigates the impact of robot development on the welfare of heterogeneous labour classes.
In this seminar the speakers will examine the link between foreign exchange rates and growth.
Institutions, individuals, and ideas: macroeconomic policy-making in Australia from Federation to 2020
Professor David Vines discusses the strong set of macroeconomic policy-making institutions which have been developed in Australia over more than a century.
Yashodha Warunie Senadheera discusses the impact of external shocks on the Sri Lankan economy.