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 March 2017
Friday 31
11:00 - SEMINAR - Regulating natural monopolies - from building blocks to reasonable returns More Information
Richard’s and Stefan’s presentation consist of two parts. First, they introduce basics of regulating natural monopolies by the Economic Regulation Authority of Western Australia: • Why regulation? • How regulation? The second part will present specific examples and issues of (...)

 April 2017
Monday 03
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The grand agricultural challenges of climate change : Prof Snow Barlow, University of Melbourne, will discuss how climate change is already challenging our capacity to meet the emerging global food demand and what we can do about it. All are welcome to this public lecture Website | More Information
Climate change is already challenging our capacity to meet the emerging global food demand. While much effort is expended in understanding the extent of this challenge much less attention has been given to the grand biological challenges that underpin our attempts to mitigate climate change.
Friday 07
11:00 - SEMINAR - Does Social Protection Reduce Vulnerability to Poverty? Household Level Evidence from Pakistan More Information
While many studies have investigated in different countries the impact of social protection (SP) on ex-post poverty, the impact on ex-ante vulnerability to poverty (VtP) has received far less attention. This paper contributes to the literature by investigating both types of impacts in Pakistan (...)


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