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    5 October 2006

    The debate about Australian values, culture and citizenship keeps simmering along and shows no sign of going away any time soon. Martin Leet examines the hypocrisy that characterises the debate...

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    26 June 2007

    Security analysts have an interest in talking up the threat of terrorism, writes ANDY BUTFOY

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    26 June 2007

    Security analysts have an interest in talking up the threat of terrorism, writes ANDY BUTFOY

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    7 March 2008

    An anarchist librarian weighs into the Face Book debates about owning and sharing one's identity.

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    30 April 2011

    This paper investigates the value society attaches to changes in ecosystem resilience.

    The concept of ecosystem resilience is being increasingly discussed as a driver of...

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    19 May 2004

    Money to encourage morality? Not as simple as it sounds, says David Burchell

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    22 May 2013

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    New Zealand producers and consumers get much value from natural assets. Much of this value is intangible. This is a fundamental reason to make special effort to...

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    4 July 2014

    This report quantifies in dollar terms the benefits to New Zealand gained through the use of census and population statistics information.

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    27 June 2008

    Peer-reviewed conference papers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) international conference are available online.

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    5 June 2006

    In this Law Week 2006 address, Paul Chadwick issues a warning, in two parts. He argues, first, that the aspect of privacy known as anonymity in a crowd is draining away, and to fail to debate the...

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    15 October 2010

    Social capital is good economics too, writes Andrew Leigh in the Australian Financial Review

    ONCE A YEAR, Roy Morgan runs a pollsters’ beauty pageant,...

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    23 June 2011

    This paper outlines the relationship between voluntarism and gender pay inequity in the Social and community services sector, and details the evolution of a current pay equity case. 

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    30 March 2004

    While values are learnt predominantly in the home and modified through relationships and life experiences, parents and the community have high expectations about commonly held values also being taught in schools.

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    1 July 2014

    This paper explores the ways in which councils create public value in a broad sense – or ‘the common good’ – and deliver this value specifically through planning and managing and delivering a wide range of services, programs and projects.

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    6 June 2008

    This paper argues that a job's value exceeds its nominal wage, and includes health, justice system and intergenerational benefits. Critically, this value is shared between worker, employer and the community.

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    21 May 2009

    Cheryl Kernot wants to live in a society where 'social value' is not only respected, but can be measured as well.

    It calls for a rethink on what is valued to include greater...

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    25 June 2008

    This report presents a synthesis of the key findings to date from recent OECD work on intellectual assets and value creation with regard to three core issue areas: national accounts and estimations of investment in intellectual assets; the regional dimension of innovation, firm location and linkages; and corporate reporting, value creation and SMEs.

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    13 May 2013

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    The methods used to plan adaptation to climate...
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    6 July 2006

    His Excellency Dr Kenneth Michael AC, Governor of WA, Free public lecture

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    1 November 2010

    Australians are ready for a debate about updating Australia's Constitution, but it is only likely to lead to change if people are engaged with the process.

    The results...

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    20 August 2013

    How should governments make effective use of research that examines the costs of a ‘less than healthy’ start to life? Are there any ‘free efficiency lunches’ to be had by improving intervention...

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    20 November 2012

    This research report examines, from the perspective of the Brotherhood’s aged service users, what they value in life, what enables them to live fulfilled and meaningful lives, and what Brotherhood...

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    19 May 2011

    School choice has been a divisive issue in education policy for a long time, often the subject of heated debate based more on ideology than evidence.

    In pursuing choice policies,...

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    1 October 2013

    IF THERE was one true loser at the 2013 election – apart from the Labor Party – it would have to be the climate. After six years at the top of the national agenda, climate change was nowhere to be...

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    6 September 2004

    The increasingly broad scope of international trade agreements has raised widespread concern about the implications for popular sovereignty.

    Internationally, most attention has...

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    2 July 2003

    Demands for restitution of 'cultural property' have become increasingly insistent in recent decades. The campaign of the Greek government for the return of the Elgin (or Parthenon) Marbles is well...

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    22 March 2007

    The expansion of the services sector, globalisation, deregulation, and the emergence of new information technologies have brought to the fore the issue of how knowledge is created, disseminated,...

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    11 October 2014

    The Australian constitutional values survey 2014 explores Australians' satisfaction with democracy and trust and confidence in levels of government.

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    2007

    In 'The use of volunteer leaders to support older adults in physically active leisure', by Patterson, Bartlett, Marshall and Mitchell (2007), part of the researchers' investigation was to ascertain how important training was to volunteer leaders in a pilot study. Volunteer leaders...