Australia’s ageing population poses budget risks
A new report from the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research highlights the pressures on Australia’s economy from an ageing population.
2014 China Update a success
Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull joined many of the world’s leading experts on China at the Australian National University (ANU) 2014 China Update.
New Dean for ANU College of Business and Economics
The Australian National University has appointed Professor Shirley Leitch as Dean of the ANU College of Business and Economics.
ANU appoints new Public Policy Fellows
Seven new Public Policy Fellows, including two of the country’s top senior public servants, have been appointed to the nation’s most influential policy forum.
VC joins student debate on education reforms
Vice-Chancellor Ian Young has taken part in a student debate on university deregulation.
RBA should leave rates unchanged in June: Shadow RBA
The Reserve Bank of Australia should leave interest rates unchanged in June despite uncertainty over the economic outlook, the Australian National University’s RBA Shadow Board has found.
Putting a value on environmental change
Scientists and economists have put a value on changes to the global environment, highlighting the need for policymakers to take a closer look at environmental change.
BUDGET 2014/15 – ANU EXPERTS RESPOND
ANU experts discuss the Abbott Government’s first budget, and its implications for Australia.
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Celebrating the life of Fred Gruen
The ANU has celebrated the life and contribution of the late Professor Fred Gruen, unveiling a lost portrait of the economist who helped shape Australian public policy over several decades.
Rates to remain unchanged ahead of budget – shadow RBA board
The Reserve Bank of Australia should leave interest rates unchanged ahead of the federal budget despite some promising signs for the domestic economy, the Australian National University’s RBA Shadow Board found has found.