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Managing economic insecurity through better governance - ANU / Harvard Symposium

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Associate Professor Matthew Desmond and Professor Kathryn Edin of Harvard Kennedy School, Bob Cotton of the Crawford School of Public Policy and Professor Quentin Grafton of the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics take part in this panel discussion entitled 'Managing economic insecurity through better governance'. This panel was part of the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on 19 March 2013.'Creating a Productive Future: Social and economic challenges, policy & governance' was a A Trans-Pacific dialogue jointly hosted by Harvard Kennedy School & Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU.Australia faces many social and economic challenges in sustaining long-term productive growth beyond the mineral resources boom. Whilst the context in the United States differs in important ways, similar challenges are faced. Both share concerns around future economic growth, trends in poverty and inequality, productivity and employment levels, alongside a range of other issues that affect well-being. In this two day symposium, leading researchers from Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University, and the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University and policymakers from the Australian Government come together in a conversation on these issues, and more. Co-Chairs and organisers of this event acknowledge the support provided by the Australian Studies Committee at Harvard University.For more information on the event:

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