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Lowy Institute for International Policy


The Lowy Institute is an independent international policy think tank based in Sydney. Its objective is to generate new ideas and dialogue on international developments and Australia's role in the world. Its mandate is broad. It ranges across all the dimensions of international policy debate in Australia - economic, political and strategic – and it is not limited to a particular geographic region.

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Working Papers

General Working Papers

Title: Global fiscal adjustment and trade rebalancing
Authors: YingYing Lu, Professor Warwick McKibbin, Andrew Stoeckel
Date: March 2012

Title: Global fiscal consolidation
Authors: Warwick McKibbin
Date: May 2011

Title: The evolving post-crisis world
Authors: Stephen Grenville
Date: April 2010

Title: Confronting Ghosts: Thailand's Shapeless Southern Insurgency
Authors: Don Pathan, Joseph Chinyong Liow
Date: March 2010

Title: The global financial crisis: causes and consequences
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Andrew B. Stoeckel
Date: November 2009

Title: China and the Global Environment: Learning from the Past, Anticipating the Future
Authors: Katherine Morton
Date: November 2009

Title: Confronting the Hydra: Big Problems with Small Wars
Authors: Mark O'Neill
Date: October 2009

Title: The economic and environmental effects of border tax adjustments for climate change policy
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Peter J. Wilcoxen
Date: February 2009

Title: Expecting the unexpected
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Adele Morris, Peter J. Wilcoxen
Date: October 2008

Title: China can grow and still help prevent the tragedy of the carbon dioxide commons
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Peter J. Wilcoxen, Wing Thye Woo
Date: July 2008

Title: Building on Kyoto: towards a realistic global climate agreement
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Peter J. Wilcoxen
Date: July 2008

Title: What does a free-trade area of the Asia-Pacific mean to China
Authors: Tingsong Jiang, Warwick McKibbin
Date: May 2008

Title: Central banks and capital flows
Authors: Stephen Grenville
Date: February 2008

Title: Multilateral approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle
Authors: Lance Joseph
Date: August 2005

Title: Buying air warfare destroyers: a strategic decision
Authors: Hugh White
Date: June 2005

Title: Balancing act: Taiwan's cross-strait challenge
Authors: Malcolm Cook, Craig Meer
Date: April 2005

Title: Joining the Caravan? the Middle East, Islamism and Indonesia
Authors: Anthony Bubalo, Greg Fealy
Date: March 2005

Title: Unsheathing the Samurai Sword: Japan's Changing Security Policy
Authors: Alan Dupont
Date: November 2004

Title: Diaspora: the World Wide Web of Australians
Authors: Chloë Flutter, Michael Fullilove
Date: November 2004

Title: River at risk: the Mekong and the Water Politics of China and Southeast Asia
Authors: Milton Osborne
Date: August 2004

Title: India: the Next Economic Giant
Authors: Mark Thirlwell
Date: August 2004

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Title: The European Union and China
Authors: Robert Menotti
Date: April 2007

Title: After Doha: II. Is globalisation history?
Authors: Mark Thirlwell
Date: December 2006

Title: Roaring tiger or lumbering elephant?
Authors: Mark Thirlwell
Date: September 2006

Title: After Doha: I. The search for Plan B
Authors: Mark Thirlwell
Date: September 2006

Title: Koizumi's legacy: Japan's new politics
Authors: Dr. Malcolm Cook
Date: August 2006

Title: Fuelling confrontation: Iran, the US and the oil weapon
Authors: Anthony Bubalo, Dr. Michael Fullilove, Mark Thirlwell
Date: May 2006

Title: The testament of Solomons: RAMSI and international state-building
Authors: Dr. Michael Fullilove
Date: March 2006

Title: Global macroeconomic consequences of pandemic influenza
Authors: Warwick McKibbin, Alexandra Sidorenko
Date: February 2006

Title: Iran, the international community and the nuclear issue: where to next?
Authors: Anthony Bubalo, Dr. Michael Fullilove
Date: December 2005

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Title: Northeast Asia's Turbulent Triangle: Korea-China-Japan Relations
Authors: Malcolm Cook
Date: January 2014

Title: Tax, Infrastructure, Anti-Corruption, Energy and the G20
Authors: Mike Callaghan, Stephen Grenville, Hugh Jorgensen, Marty Harris, Daniela Strube, Maria Monica Wihardja, Philip Anderson
Date: October 2013

Title: Playbook for the Brisbane G20 summit
Authors: Mike Callaghan
Date: October 2013

Title: Financial regulation and the G20
Authors: Mike Callaghan Am, Hugh Jorgensen, Stephen Pickford, Richard Gray, Steven Bardy, Graham Hodges, Ross Buckley
Date: July 2013

Title: Development and the G20
Authors: Mike Callaghan Am, Annmaree O’Keeffe AM, Robin Davies, Susan Harris Rimmer, Steve Price-Thomas, Sabina Curatolo, Julia Newton-Howes Michelle Lettie
Date: July 2013

Title: Trade and the G20
Authors: Mike Callaghan Am, Peter Gallagher, John Ravenhill, Mark Thirlwell, Brett Williams
Date: June 2013

Title: Great Southern Lands: Building ties between Australia and Brazil
Authors: Fernando Cardim, Patrick Carvalho, Tim Harcourt, Mark Thirlwell
Date: May 2013

Title: The UN Security Council seat and Australia's diplomacy for the Asian century
Authors: Alex Oliver
Date: December 2012

Title: Australians speak 2005: public opinion and foreign policy
Authors: Ivan Cook
Date: March 2005

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