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  • 52:53 Financial management in fragile states: Development Policy Centre forum

    Financial management in fragile states: Development Policy Centre forum

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    Marcus Manuel, Alastair McKechnie and Edward Hedger of the Centre for Aid & Public Expenditure at the Overseas Development Institute give this seminar at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, on 5 March 2013.Few would argue that a country's devel

  • 22:17 Keynote Q and A at The Future of International Development in Asia and the Pacific conference

    Keynote Q and A at The Future of International Development in Asia and the Pacific conference

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    Dr Jimmie Rodgers, Director General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Noumea and Dr Alison Evans, Independent Advisor on Development, UK, take audience questions at The future of international development in Asia and the Pacific conference. This vide

  • 31:43 Demographic transition in rural and urban China: Dr Annie Wei

    Demographic transition in rural and urban China: Dr Annie Wei

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    Dr Annie Wei of the Crawford School of Public Policy gives this seminar titled Demographic transition and sectoral change in rural and urban China. This video was recorded at ANU on 19 March 2013.There are two distinct sets of literature that examine the

  • 38:16 Jiang Kejun: Scenarios for China's energy and climate policy, at ANU Crawford School

    Jiang Kejun: Scenarios for China's energy and climate policy, at ANU Crawford School

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    Professor Jiang Kejun, Senior Researcher at the Energy Research Institute in China gives this public lecture titled 'Scenarios for China's energy and climate policy' at ANU Crawford School on 13 March 2013.China's carbon dioxide emissions already account

  • 54:24 The Future of ASEAN - Dr Surin Pitsuwan

    The Future of ASEAN - Dr Surin Pitsuwan

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    ASEAN Secretary-General Dr Surin Pitsuwan speaking at the launch of the ANU Southeast Asia Institute.The Australian National University has the largest community of academic specialists on Southeast Asia in the world, outside Southeast Asia itself. Around

  • 1:09:44 Bret Walker discusses the National Security Legislation Monitor

    Bret Walker discusses the National Security Legislation Monitor

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    Bret Walker SC gives this public lecture entitled 'The National Security Legislation Monitor' at The Australian National University on Wednesday, 30 May 2012.The Australian Government established the position of the Independent National Security Legislati

  • 33:55 Michael Wesley: Wealth, power and identity - Asia's rising powers and the challenge of modernity

    Michael Wesley: Wealth, power and identity - Asia's rising powers and the challenge of modernity

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    In this seminar Professor Michael Wesley of the National Security College examines the nexus between wealth, power and identity in Asia's rapidly developing societies and what it means for the future of the region.The rapid development of Asia has revived

  • 1:09:04 The Euro crisis: The long view

    The Euro crisis: The long view

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    The euro crisis never seems to end. One reason why Europe is chronically unable to draw a line under its crisis is a failure to understand how it got into that crisis in the first place. In this lecture Professor Eichengreen takes a long view of events, s

  • 27:26 Dr Steven Kennedy: Productivity concepts and policy directions - ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Dr Steven Kennedy: Productivity concepts and policy directions - ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Dr Steven Kennedy, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, gives this talk entitled 'Productivity concepts and policy directions' at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on

  • 51:56 Insurgent Intellectual: a career with global impact

    Insurgent Intellectual: a career with global impact

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    Dr Nicholas Farrelly talks to Professor Desmond Ball about some of the highlights from a career that has seen him become one of the world's foremost strategy and defence experts.Over more than four decades Professor Ball has investigated a broad range of

  • 38:40 Policy failures in health care for the important early years - Daniel McAullay

    Policy failures in health care for the important early years - Daniel McAullay

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    Dr Daniel McAullay gives this lecture entitled 'Policy failures in health care for the important early years' on 25 February 2011. This lecture was organised by the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute and the Indigenous Health Interest Group

  • 59:54 Business, politics and the state in Africa: challenging the orthodoxies - David Booth

    Business, politics and the state in Africa: challenging the orthodoxies - David Booth

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    David Booth, Director, Africa Power and Politics Program (APPP), gives this talk titled 'Business, politics and the state in Africa: challenging the orthodoxies' at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy on 24 May 2013.Having achieved historically unpre

  • 1:28:04 Poverty and inequality: their link to growth and opportunity - ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Poverty and inequality: their link to growth and opportunity - ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Professor Bruce Western of Harvard Kennedy School, Professor Glenn Loury of Brown University, Professor Peter Whiteford and Sue Regan of Crawford School of Public Policy, and Paul Ronalds of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet take part in this p

  • 1:23:26 The challenges for participatory development in contemporary development practice - Part 4

    The challenges for participatory development in contemporary development practice - Part 4

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    This is the third conference as part of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Universities Linkages, which brings scholars and aid practitioners together to discuss important development issues.Participatory development involves inc

  • 47:32 Dr Alan Bollard: What I have learned from the Global Financial Crisis

    Dr Alan Bollard: What I have learned from the Global Financial Crisis

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    The 2012 annual Sir Leslie Melville Lecture delivered by Dr Alan Bollard, Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.The near-meltdown in the financial system in 2007-08 and ensuing global recession have left challenging legacies. Monetary and fiscal pol

  • 1:11:06 Asia's new geopolitics

    Asia's new geopolitics

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    What are the strategic implications of rapid economic development in Asia? History shows that countries undergoing rapid economic growth experience a transformation in their perceptions of their opportunities and vulnerabilities; and that near simultaneou

  • 34:13 Jimmie Rodgers at The Future of International Development in Asia and the Pacific conference

    Jimmie Rodgers at The Future of International Development in Asia and the Pacific conference

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    Dr Jimmie Rodgers, Director General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Noumea gives this keynote address titled 'Small islands, big challenges, maximising opportunities for development -- A Pacific perspective' at The future of international developme

  • 1:05:02 Well-being and economic opportunity: ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Well-being and economic opportunity: ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Professor Jason Beckfield and Professor Kathryn Edin of Harvard Kennedy School, Associate Professor Adrian Kay and Sue Regan of Crawford School of Public Policy and Simon Duggan of The Treasury take part in this panel discussion: Well-being and economic o

  • 59:51 Dr David Kennedy - Challenges & opportunities for meeting carbon budgets

    Dr David Kennedy - Challenges & opportunities for meeting carbon budgets

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    Dr David Kennedy, Chief Executive, UK Committee on Climate Change, gives this talk entitled 'Challenges & opportunities for meeting carbon budgets' at Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU on 12 March.The UK Committee on Climate Change is an indepen

  • 1:02:22 Jayne Godfrey: Managing the world's most precious resource

    Jayne Godfrey: Managing the world's most precious resource

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    In the past decade, there has been no issue more important to Australia or the world than the sourcing, protection and distribution of water. Even post-drought, water management and governance remain highly charged emotional and political issues in Austra

  • 1:22:48 The 2013 Defence White Paper: Key issues and challenges

    The 2013 Defence White Paper: Key issues and challenges

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    Dr Rod Lyon, Dr Mark Thomson and Professor Peter Leahy take part in this panel discussion called 'The 2013 Defence White Paper: Key issues and challenges'. The National Security College hosted this discussion on Tuesday 15 May 2012 at the ANU.Since the 20

  • 1:00:15 How government communicates in a complex world

    How government communicates in a complex world

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    Politics and the media move fast. But the longer-term work of democracy and government goes on, often dealing with complex policy issues of major importance. In this event at Crawford School of Public Policy, Michael Wesley of the National Security Colleg

  • 1:06:02 Canberra as an age-friendly city? New thinking and policy directions

    Canberra as an age-friendly city? New thinking and policy directions

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    The Age-Friendly Cities (AFC) movement championed by the World Health Organisation offers a promising way ahead for improving the wellbeing of older people. The AFC approach normalises ageing experiences and recognises that quality urban environments can

  • 1:02:48 Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich keynote at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich keynote at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Australia His Excellency Jeffrey L Bleich gives this keynote address at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on 19 March 2013.'Creating a Productive Future

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