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Article
27 February 2017

The Centrelink overpayments controversy highlights shortcomings in social security reforms in Australia and Britain

Book
27 February 2017

This volume offers provocative ideas for transforming Australian tertiary education.

Report
25 February 2017

With exports to key markets declining, Indonesia’s huge coal industry is pinning its hopes on expansion of domestic coal use. Current policy would triple numbers of coal-fired power stations and...

Article
24 February 2017

Labor is creating unrealistic expectations by refusing to accept the decision of the umpire it created

Article
24 February 2017

A global trust survey released this week revealed the unsurprising result that our trust in politicians, business leaders, NGOs and the media is still falling.

Article
24 February 2017

Australia’s global cities are a very large part of the nation’s economic success, but they are also generating significantly unequal incomes.

Report
24 February 2017

The aim of this report is to minimise the significant damage that is being done to the Australian economy by harmful phoenix activity without unduly inhibiting legitimate business rescues and...

Audio program
23 February 2017

The influential former head of treasury, Ken Henry, has again hit out at the political process today in some of his strongest language yet about the dangers of economic inaction.

Other text
23 February 2017

This Fair Work Commission decision deals with the review of the weekend and public holiday penalty rates and some related matters, in hospitality and retail awards.

Report
23 February 2017

This document summaries the key topline findings from the research into current community attitudes, beliefs, behaviours and expectations of government in the area of climate change.