In this presentation, Dr Katherine Hunt, Program Advisor and Financial Planning Lecturer from the Griffith Business School, Griffith University will provide an analysis of the personality characteristics of microfinance borrowers in Pakistan, Nicaragua, and Bhutan.
Join us at CEDA's annual event The Neighbourhood Forum where the Griffith Asia Institute is launching the 2019 State of the Neighbourhood report. The report engages business and industry leaders in the key themes and dynamics underpinning Australia and Queensland's strategic positioning within the Asia-Pacific region. The report provides an opportunity to recast some of Australia's key foreign, economic and development issues from a distinctively Queensland perspective.
Dr Kaushik Murali will discuss the learning journey of entrepreneurs from Sankara Eye Foundation, India and outlining Young Indians' role in promoting Youth Social Entrepreneurship, followed by Poornima Kaushik sharing how performing arts has influenced her entrepreneurship journey. Dhara and Michelle will then share some insights into their research on Indian women entrepreneurs funded by an International Education and Training Partnership grant from Study Queensland.
Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General, Pacific Islands Forum will bring an important and much-needed Blue Pacific perspective to the way we understand and engage with our Asia Pacific neighbourhood at the 2019 Griffith Asia lecture.
Dr Stephanie Fahey, CEO of the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), draws on her personal and professional experience to offer insights into what's driving, and inhibiting, Australia's trade with our neighbours.