Past events

14
Aug
2018

Final PhD presentation - Participatory Planning and Budgeting in Decentralised Indonesia: Understanding Participation, Responsiveness and Accountability

Citizen participation is mandatory in setting development priorities for local government budgets in Indonesia. This is undertaken through a set of...
14
Aug
2018

Integration, dis-integration and citizenship in a troubled European Union

Presented by the ANU Centre for European Studies and the Centre for Commercial Law This lecture by Professor Jo Shaw will examine the impact of the European...
10
Aug
2018

Understanding EU Trade - Melbourne Workshop

Trade negotiations between Australia and the European Union are underway. This EU funded Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Project aims to help Australian policy makers,...
09
Aug
2018

Restoring Rights, Restoring Trust: Evidence that Reversing Felon Disenfranchisement Penalties Increases Both Trust and Cooperation with Government

Felon disenfranchisement laws restrict the voting rights of more than 6 million US Citizens. Beyond the effects on voter turnout and electoral outcomes, how do...
07
Aug
2018

Global Comparative Research: Constructing and Using Large-N Datasets in Political Science

HDR workshop The analysis of quantitative datasets forms the empirical core of many doctoral dissertations in contemporary political science. However,...
03
Aug
2018

Why Bother? Rethinking Participation in Elections and Protests

This talk is based on a book, Why Bother? Rethinking Participation in Elections and Protests, that is forthcoming later this year with Cambridge University...
02
Aug
2018

The Genesis of Conditional Grant Programs in Health Care Policy in Australia, Canada, and the United States: Do Constituent Units have a Say?

Do conditional grants really centralize power in the hands of the federal government as most federalism scholars claim? In federations such as Australia,...

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