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The theme of the conference is: "Doing things differently? IR practice and research beyond 2020". This theme allows us to explore all manner of employment related topics, and ask ourselves: what will be our focus in practice and research in the uncertain times ahead? The contributions of...
The Health Services Research Association of Australia & New Zealand (HSRAANZ) supports and promotes the conduct and dissemination of applied research to improve the delivery and organisation of health services in Australia and New Zealand. The conferences are the focal point of the...
The theme is “Policy and Planning under Uncertainty”. We plan to hold panel sessions on… 1. Climate change – focusing on the science of climate change, greenhouse gas research relating to agriculture, the NZ policy setting and adaptation 2. Adaptation – focusing on the resilience of...
Inflation targeting has delivered low, stable inflation and substantial macroeconomic stability over the last several decades (financial crisis aside). But the last ten years have proved challenging for monetary authorities. Output has been below pre-crisis trends for a sustained period,...
We invite academics and professionals to submit papers related to derivative markets and products.
APIRA is the premier interdisciplinary accounting research conference in the Asia-Pacific region, rotating in a three year cycle with the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference (IPA) and the Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference (CPA). Together, these conferences...
The New Zealand Association of Economists is pleased to invite you to the 3rd PhD Student Workshop in Economics. At this workshop, PhD students have the opportunity to present their work in progress in a friendly environment and receive feedback from academics and peers. In doing so, students...
We welcome submissions on topics related to capital flows, monetary and macro-prudential policies, exchange rates, sovereign debt, and other topics in international macroeconomics.
An efficient and reliable energy system is fundamental to economic growth and wellbeing in New Zealand. The purpose of the Summer School is to outline some of the key issues facing New Zealand, including: - Dependence on imported liquid fuel - Developing and integrating renewable sources of...
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