Policy Online Most Viewed 2015


4 May 2016

2016-17 Budget overview, outlining the federal government's focus upon job creation and growth within a transitioning economy.

4 May 2016

2016-17 Budget measures, providing information on government decisions involving revenue, expenses and investment activities.

2 May 2016

Estimates the extent of corporate wrong-doing in Australia.

2 May 2016

Provides strategies and information on working effectively with media to prevent violence against women and their children.

2 May 2016

More than 4,000 children and young people take part in consultations to tell the NSW Government what is or is not working for them.

2 May 2016

Analyses eight key indicators: economic growth; retail spending; equipment investment; unemployment; construction work done; population growth; housing finance and dwelling commencements.

1 May 2016

Presents the current state of open research data across academic disciplines.

30 April 2016

The opportunity exists to consider more transformative policy choices and reform directions that will yield the substantial productivity improvements Australia needs to be able to provide a sustainable level of social support to its citizens into the future.

29 April 2016

Draft report examining Intellectual Property (IP) arrangements in Australia has been released to solicit written submissions prior to public hearings scheduled to be held in June 2016.

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Barnes, Terry

Pharmacists' stranglehold on PBS is anti-competitive, argues Terry Barnes....

Collits, Paul

Review(s) of: Knowledge partnering for community development, by Robyn Eversole, Routledge 2015.

Wardner, Pamela
Hefferan, Mike

The creation of an 'urban village' is increasingly seen as an option for physical regional developments through the renewal of inner mixed use communities normally in densely settled areas. A leading Australian example of this is the 16.6-hectare Kelvin Grove Urban Village, which was a...

Smidt, Michelle
Becker, Karen
Bradley, Lisa

This paper presents research which examined perceptions on the future of work in Queensland. It highlights the major drivers of change including: changing technology, demographics, increasing globalisation and economic shifts. Focus groups were conducted and findings show that Queensland...

Thomas, Philip
Adapa, Sujana
Fortunato, Michael W-P
Alter, Theodore

Intentional Innovation Communities (IICs) are co-created structures with an overarching aim of achieving the realisation of ideas through a transfer of knowledge process that results in new things, with desirable consequences. IIC structures facilitate idea creation, selection and implementation...