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Research & Evidence Base
With all the talk about Australia’s health system being unsustainable, it’s useful to step back and look at the Australian health system in an international context.
Why is New Zealand's Government planning to spend $218 million over five years to double subsidies to first-home buyers of new houses, adding demand to a market is already supply constrained?
What is the historical significance of settler economies?
Susan Lever welcomes Helen Garner’s perceptive account of the courtroom dramas unleashed one Father’s Day near Geelong.
With one-in-two people dying within days of becoming ill, it’s little wonder that Ebola causes panic. But the real threat can only be assessed if we understand the history of the virus and how it is transmitted.
The Abbott government’s policies cannot be dismissed as simply the result of ideological spite.
When research is on representations rather than fieldwork what kind of anthropology do we get?
Modern research in the social sciences confronts a rapidly changing landscape
Outbreaks like the current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa are preventable.
When “Howard’s battlers” defected from Labor in 1996, political commentators shifted their focus to Sydney’s western suburbs. But what if the whole idea was founded on a misreading of the data?
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