Research

21 November 2014

This paper illustrates the role that post-school/non-university education occupies, and highlights the decisions that have set recent policy changes in motion.

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21 November 2014

Provides information on domestic production and the resulting income that is available for spending and saving.

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21 November 2014

Outlines the processes undertaken towards establishing the National Early Childhood Development Researchable Data Set, which aims to link health and education data, using both jurisdictional and national data sources.

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21 November 2014

Employment forecasts over the 3 years to March are presented in this report.

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21 November 2014

Between 1998 and 2012, life expectancy at birth has risen by 4 years for boys and nearly 3 years for girls.

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20 November 2014

Examines why academic economics appears to be withering in this country, and what if anything can still be done to preserve what is left.

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20 November 2014

Concerning the broad fields of economic development, science and innovation, tertiary education, skills and employment, finance, this briefing provides an overview of the role and purpose of Crown Research Institutes within the New Zealand science and innovation eco-system.

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19 November 2014

With the Defence White Paper due for release in 2015, this paper argues the government should bear in mind that planning for an era of Chinese dominance in the region - or even its emergence as an American strategic peer in Asia - would be premature if not improbable.

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19 November 2014

Provides a comprehensive summary of the latest available data on the prevalence and incidence in the Australian population of these three chronic vascular diseases, acting alone or together. It examines age and sex characteristics and variations across population groups, by geographical location, and by socioeconomic disadvantage.

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19 November 2014

The paper discusses how the lack of knowledge and cultural differences between Australian and Bhutanese/Nepalese education systems contributed to misunderstandings in parents’ educational expectations. 

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