11 March 2014 | This paper measures the attitudes of Australians towards the relative merits of public versus private education, and evaluates those findings according to the established literature and data available about actual strengths and weaknesses of the two different systems.
07 March 2014 | This report facilitates improved outcomes for Victorian women and their babies by providing a focus for multidisciplinary performance improvement meeasures and quality activities for hospitals, program managers and clinicians.
07 March 2014 | There were 288,052 children aged 4 or 5 years old enrolled in a preschool program in 2013, according to these results from the 2013 National Early Childhood Education and Care Collection.
06 March 2014 | This study explores men's weight loss stories published in the popular magazine Men's Health and considers the appropriateness of the proposed strategies in light of clinical practice guidelines and current evidence for overweight and obesity management.
06 March 2014 | Setting out the NZ Government’s five year direction for tertiary education, this strategy highlights the need to build international relationships that contribute to improved competitiveness, support business and innovation through development of relevant skills and research.
05 March 2014 | Investments in coal, oil, and gas increase financial risk without increasing returns, according to this report, which includes the first simulation comparing performance of an Australian fossil fuel free investment portfolio with an indexed ASX portfolio.
04 March 2014 | Examining the current extent of trade between South Korea and Australia (specifically New South Wales), this paper argues that there is likely to be significant value from the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA), particularly for agricultural exporters.
04 March 2014 | As the Indian Ocean Region continues to grow in strategic significance, the need for a region-wide multilateral organisation capable of contributing effectively to regional issues will only become more pressing.