The determinants of excess reserves in the PNG banking system

On Friday 30 September, PhD scholar Thomas Wangi will discuss why profit-maximising commercial banks in PNG demand non-remunerated excess reserves. 12:30–1:30pm | In-person or online

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2022 PNG Update

The PNG Update is back for 2022! Come and join the premier forum for the discussion of contemporary economic and public policy issues in PNG. 20–21 October | In-person at the UPNG Waigani campus, Port Moresby

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2022 PNG Update

2022 Australasian AID Conference

The AAC2022 program outline is now available. Register to attend the conference in person. 28–30 November | Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

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2022 Australasian AID Conference (AAC2022)

APPS increases its impact factor again

The just released 2021 Journal Citation Reports show that Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies has once again increased its impact factor.

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