August 2001

Research report

28 Aug 2001

The 2001 Northern Territory election delivered a completely unexpected upset with the Country Liberal Party (CLP) losing its majority for the first time in the Assembly's history. The Australian Labor Party's win was commonly attributed to the CLP's decision to place Pauline Hanson's One Nation...

Research report

21 Aug 2001

This Paper focuses on over-clearing and subsequent degradation of the land as the major threats to biodiversity and agricultural productivity. The example of a major wave of bird extinctions, which is now occurring in Australia's temperate agricultural zone, is used to illustrate the problem. Declines...

Research report

21 Aug 2001

This Research Note examines the impact of the GST and the First Home Owners' Scheme on the housing industry by analysing trends in new dwelling approvals, housing finance commitments for dwellings and actual work done in the building industry in the 12 months to June...

Transcript

14 Aug 2001

Full text of a paper by Kirsty McIntyre, Manager, Legislation and Compliance, National Road Transport Commission and Barry Moore, Director, Strategy, National Road Transport Commission presented to the Public Law Discussion Group at the Faculty of Law, ANU on 17 July 2001

Working paper

1 Aug 2001

Taxpayer compliance with tax law may seem to fall, by definition, into the category of cooperation with the tax system. Indeed, securing compliance with the law is the driving force behind the compliance model of enforcement (Ayres & Braithwaite, 1992) which has been adopted by...

Research report

1 Aug 2001

Executive summary

Living Safer Sexual Lives was a three year Victorian Health Promotion Foundation funded action research project undertaken at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University. The project was established to gain an understanding of...

Research report

1 Aug 2001

This issues paper by Brendan Gleeson and Bill Randolph summarises the main findings of a discussion paper prepared for the NSW Department of Urban Affairs and Planning (DUAP). The paper considers how urban planning might better respond to the problem of social disadvantage in Sydney....