Business & Economics

26 February 2015

Examines the trends and drivers of growth in Australian international tourism with a view to understanding their implications for government policy.

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26 February 2015

This paper examines the trends and drivers of growth in Australian international tourism with a view to understanding their implications for government policy.

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25 February 2015

Property offences have been declining in New South Wales, but one crime which has bucked this trend is fraud.

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25 February 2015

This review’s purpose was to identify how to make Australia’s welfare system fairer, more effective, coherent and sustainable and encourage people to work.

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23 February 2015

Presents a snapshot of the public’s exposure to consumer scams, to assess the range of ways in which scams can affect victims and their families, to determine how victims respond and to identify emerging typologies, and look at issues that could be used to inform fraud prevention initiatives.

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22 February 2015

As part of a Background Briefing series on mental illness in the work place, Di Martin spoke to Justice Shane Marshall of the Federal Court.

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19 February 2015

A few innovative global companies are starting to look at how nature and society can be included in their bottom line.

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17 February 2015

This paper identifies and discusses key areas affecting Australia's long-term food security and a sustainable food system.

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16 February 2015

What are the qualities required to bring good leadership to Australia’s corporations?

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13 February 2015

Neoliberals who prided themselves in the free market have been happy to use the instruments of government to quell dissent, but have they succeeded?

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