Asian Century

Events

Papers

Name Author Date published Organisation
The Proposal for an Australia-China Commission Peter Drysdale (ANU), Yongjun Zhang (CCIEE), Jacob Taylor (University of Oxford, ANU) 30/05/2018
Economic Growth in China and Its Potential Impact on Australia-China Bilateral Trade Yu Sheng 23/06/2016 Crawford School of Public Policy
A Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model for India Shesadri Banerjee and Parantap Basu 06/07/2015 National Council for Applied Economic Research
Assessing the competitiveness of the supply side response to China’s iron ore demand shock Luke Hurst 19/05/2015 EABER
Prosperity, sustainability and the measurement of wealth Kevin Mumford 29/04/2015
Australia in the Asian Century Ken Henry 29/04/2015 Crawford School of Public Policy
The future of Australia's productivity: Some insights from productivity analysis Jenny Gordon 29/04/2015
Economic growth, wellbeing and sustainability: measuring Australia's progress Gemma van Halderen, Joanne Baker 29/04/2015
Changing Population In Japan and A Life-Long Active Society To Cope With It Atsushi Seike 29/04/2015
Long-term fiscal sustainability in advanced economies Alan J. Auerbach 29/04/2015

EAF articles

  • Australia needs to refocus on ASEAN

    Date: 17th December 2014

    Author: Gareth Evans, ANU

  • A new direction for Australian aid in the Asian century

    Date: 17th October 2013

    Author: Susan Harris Rimmer, ANU
    Australia’s newly elected prime minister, Tony Abbott, has signalled that his government will move to incorporate the country’s overseas aid agency, AusAID, with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

  • Financial scenarios for Asia and the world

    Date: 21st August 2013

    Author: Andrew Sheng, Fung Global Institute
    The Asian century is a foregone conclusion, but no-one has clarified whether it will be good or bad for Asia.

  • ‘Multiplex world’: steps towards a new global order

    Date: 14th August 2013

    Authors: Ken Henry, ANU, Hu Shuli, Caixin Media, Evan A. Feigenbaum, University of Chicago, Amitav Acharya, American University
    EAFQ: How is the Asian century unfolding? 
    Ken Henry: The rise of Asia is reshaping the world. This reshaping has some way to run. And it is occurring against the backdrop of truly profound global challenges.

  • As Asia rises, new challenges emerge

    Date: 13th July 2013

    Author: Barry Desker, RSIS
    Analysts of global trends can easily get caught up in the hype of the rise of Asia. What is forgotten is that Asia’s rise has occurred in an era of peace and relative political stability.

  • New dynamism in cultural, intellectual influences in the Asian century

    Date: 3rd July 2013

    Author: Jiemian Yang, SIIS
    The Asian century, or Pacific century, has become a catchphrase that emphasises economic dynamism and shifts in political power.

    But the cultural and intellectual aspects have rather been neglected.