June 2022

07
Jun
2022

Twenty-first century capitalism: a research agenda

Susan Sell

Identifying, examining, and considering a range of potential regulatory and governance solutions to promote social resilience in an anxious world.

Photo of graffiti “Capitalism is the virus” by Mike Erskine on https://unsplash.com/photos/rrq7MuCoeX4

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09
Jun
2022

China: A powerhouse and resistor of restorative justice

Ian Zhang

The presentation attempts to unveil the puzzle of why China is contradictorily both a powerhouse and resistor of restorative justice.

Image of a statue of Lady Justice, a judge’s gavel and a flag of China by Marco Verch on https://flic.kr/p/2n4XvCZ (CC BY 2.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

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14
Jun
2022

Market adjustments to import sanctions: lessons from Chinese restrictions on Australian trade, 2020-21

Darren Lim

Well-functioning markets can blunt the impact of Chinese economic sanctions.

Image of Chinese and Australian flags illustrated on inksplashes from https://freesvg.org/australian-flag-ink-splatter and https://freesvg.org/chinese-flag-grunge-ink (CC0 1.0)

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21
Jun
2022

Building a roadmap to evaluate power and privilege

Ashley Schram

This presentation will share a set of principles designed to promote evaluation of the impacts of public policy on societal change at a systems level and launch a new programme of research into complex evaluation.

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28
Jun
2022

COVID, cartels and collusion

Owain Williams

COVID and access to vaccines has once more exposed the cartelisation of the pharmaceutical sector and, more widely, the deeply collusive nature of production and rigged market power across knowledge intensive sectors of the global political economy.

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