CAEPR Seminars 2017
Details of CAEPR Seminar Series 1 2017 will be posted to the Current Seminars page as they become available.
When - Wednesdays 12.30 to 2.00pm
12.30 - 1.30pm: Presentation (40 mins) and questions (20 mins)
1.30 - 2pm: Extra time for informal discussion - bring your lunch!
The Humanities Research Centre Conference Room, within the A.D. Hope Building off Ellery Crescent, ANU. Please note that the Conference Room is on the 1st floor at the end of the building that faces the Chifley Library and the ANU Union Court.
See this map of the A D Hope Building's location
Centre Administrator on (02) 6125 0587 or email: email@example.com
Seminar streaming audio and podcasts:
At the discretion of presenters, some CAEPR seminars are now made available through this website as audio podcasts, together with appropriate handout materials. Links will be found beneath the seminar abstract. Certain types of seminar presentation, including works in progress and thesis reports, may not be appropriate for podcast. The discussion following a presentation is not recorded.
The 2016 Australian Labour Market Research (ALMR) Workshop
The 27th ALMR Workshop was held on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 December 2016 at The Australian National University (ANU). The event is a cross-campus collaboration of various ANU economics departments. CAEPR is proud to have taken a lead role in organising and hosting the workshop that facilitates an ongoing engagement of academics and numerous government departments.
2016 PhB Symposium
The ANU PhB programme offering unique opportunities to participate in real research at the undergraduate level. Boyd Hunter from CAEPR is the convener of the CASS PHB scheme and he hosted the 2016 PhB Symposium showcaseing PhB research from across the ANU.
Engaging Indigenous Economy: Debating Diverse Approaches, was held at The Australian National University, Canberra, from 4–5 September 2014.
Indigenous Wellbeing - Online Lecture Series 2011
The 2011 lecture series delivered as part of CAEPR's Population Project entitled 'Measures of Indigenous wellbeing and their determinants across the lifecourse' can be viewed online. Full details are available here.
Details of the 'Social Science Perspectives on the 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey', conference held on 11 and 12 April 2011 are available here.