Commentary

10 December 2014

Does mandatory disclosure of information help us make better complex decisions? Would less, more appropriate information, more education or expert advice be better?

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5 December 2014

Labor’s campaigning in Victoria had a lineage stretching back to community activist Saul Alinsky via Barack Obama.

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5 December 2014

The budget’s shortcomings don’t end with the fairness problem.

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2 December 2014

In a demonstration of public health leadership, all Victorian universities have recently joined forces in the implementation of the Victorian Universities Tobacco-Free Initiative to contribute to reducing the burden from tobacco-related disease in Victoria.

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1 December 2014

The polls are showing how far the Coalition has drifted from the mainstream, and the electoral damage could easily outlive this government.

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28 November 2014

The sorry effects of scandals in child welfare – what can be learnt from Baby P’s tragic case?

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28 November 2014

Australia is now the most China dependent economy in the world.

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24 November 2014

Examines the role of Confucius Institutes and Confucius Classrooms in Australia and how they facilitate Chinese soft power influence.

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22 November 2014

As the dust settles after the US–China climate announcement and Australia’s G20 climate debacle, a closer look at the Abbott government’s approach to international cooperation on climate change and economic prosperity

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21 November 2014

Death in a casino: negligence, assault, manslaughter? Or business as usual?

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