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Counting captured carbon

Policy makers need to count carbon ‘stocks’ in the land and sea alongside current reporting of greenhouse gas emissions in order to plan long-term responses to climate change, says a leading economist.

Big returns expected from the new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

A new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School, announced in the Federal Budget, will aim to answer the big questions for the country and region about tax and transfer systems.

Fixing Europe

Europe doesn’t have one financial crisis, it has three – a debt crisis, a banking crisis, and a growth crisis - and the only long-term solution means closer integration, according to a leading international economist.

Crawford economist to lead University research training

ANU has strengthened its research leadership team with the appointment of leading financial and economic expert Professor Jennifer Corbett as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Research Training).

Key recruit for National Security College

One of Australia’s leading international relations experts, Dr Michael Wesley, has been appointed Professor of National Security.

Australia and Japan need to deepen economic ties

Australia and Japan need to reinvest in their 55-year-old bilateral trade agreement and deepen their economic ties if they are to gain from the Asian Century, leading expert Professor Peter Drysdale has warned.

Chief Justice tackles Indonesian constitution

The leading Indonesian legal scholar, politician and Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia Mohammad Mahfud MD will discuss constitutional and legal reform in his country at the Crawford School on Monday.

Sea of the living dead

The world’s coral reefs have become a zombie ecosystem, neither dead nor truly alive, and are on a trajectory to collapse within a human generation according to Crawford School ecologist Professor Roger Bradbury.

Australia short-changing itself over Chinese investment

Australia is in danger of over-simplifying its responses to Chinese investment and missing out on vital economic opportunities, warns Crawford School Professor Peter Drysdale.

Something fishy about proposed dams

Millions of people are in danger of going hungry if the construction of dams on the lower Mekong River in South-East Asia goes ahead, according to research from the Crawford School of Public Policy.

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