Is Australia's Treasury Secretary correct to suggest the political ease with which GST increases were introduced in New Zealand holds lessons for Australia?
Modern research in the social sciences confronts a rapidly changing landscape
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...
This report quantifies in dollar terms the benefits to New Zealand gained through the use of census and population statistics information.
This report provides an analysis, in an international comparative framework, of the conduct of R&D in the UK by the business, government and higher education sectors and of the funding of such...
This audit identified gaps and inconsistencies in Victoria's approach to identifying projects to be subject to High Value High Risk (HVHR) review, and the need for improved management of the...
Increasingly, parents want an 'old school' education for their children.
This paper examines productivity in the construction industry, in terms of both how productive construction is now as well as how productivity growth has performed over time.
Provides summary data on both Australia's trade and investment relationships with the Group of Twenty (G20) members as well as G20 members' trade with the world.
As part of the ''Valuing our vote: improving voter turnout in New Zealand' conference held by the NZEC in May 2014, these talks consider the increasing numbers of non-voters in New Zealand.