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Brisbane Lowy Institute Paper Launch - Choosing Openness: Why global engagement is best for Australia

Brisbane Lowy Institute Paper Launch - Choosing Openness: Why global engagement is best for Australia

In the early part of the twentieth century, the world turned inwards as fear shut down flows of people and goods across national borders. A century later, can we make a better choice?
Please join us for the launch of Choosing Openness, a new Lowy Institute Paper by the Hon Dr Andrew Leigh MP and published by Penguin Random House Australia.
Is Globalisation in Reverse?

Is Globalisation in Reverse?

Two hundred years after British economist David Ricardo proposed the classic argument for free trade in his Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817), based on the concept that countries are better off producing and trading internationally according to their comparative advantage, anti-free trade and anti-foreign investment sentiment is on the rise worldwide.
Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak

Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak

The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University and the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery would like to invite you to the Perspectives : Asia Seminar: Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak.
Business as usual? Responding to the surge in nationalism and populism

Business as usual? Responding to the surge in nationalism and populism

Multinational enterprises exert enormous power in social, economic and political arenas. Indeed, some MNEs have revenues well exceeding the GDP of mid-sized countries. Yet even these firms are far from immune to world events.

Join Professor Sara McGaughey with eminent speakers from industry and academe to explore these and other questions over morning coffee and croissants.
Griffith Asia Institute public lecture: The people's money: How China is building a global currency

Griffith Asia Institute public lecture: The people's money: How China is building a global currency

Many of the world's major economies boast dominant international currencies. Not so for China. ​China's leaders now face the daunting task of strengthening the RMB without losing control of the nation's economy and risking total collapse. How are they approaching this challenge? Hear from Paola Subacchi, Senior Fellow at Chatham House at our upcoming lecture co-hosted with AIIA (Qld).