Australian Review of Public Affairs

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Source Acronym: ARPA

Owning Institution: University of Sydney

Source Type: Journal

Book review
4 March 2016

Climate change is known as a ‘wicked’ problem but this characterisation does not encompass the political-economic features that are hampering the policy response.

Book review
15 February 2016

Extremely contagious and potentially fatal, polio has been almost eradicated by programs of mass vaccination and is now forgotten. Yet the threat of this devasting disease persists.

Journal article
5 February 2016

How ATSILS play an important role in addressing Indigenous over-representation in Australian prisons.

25 January 2016

Will ASEAN surpass China as the powerhouse of the East? There’s a been a lot of commentary lately…

Book review
25 November 2015

These are challenging times for public universities everywhere. How are we to understand their purpose?

Book review
30 October 2015

What is activism for, and why has so much formerly grassroots organisation and campaigning either become business-like, or failed? It’s complicated.

Book review
23 October 2015

Adam Ferguson (1723–1816) was a leading figure of the Scottish Enlightenment, long eclipsed by his contemporaries. Attempts to recover him from obscurity are wise and relevant to our time.

Book review
19 October 2015

Beyond the enjoyment of watching and reading about the extremely rich, family firms raise serious questions about entrepreneurship, firm governance, capitalist systems and the functioning of...

Book review
9 October 2015

There are many intermediate steps in the move from a snapshot comparison of the distribution of taxation and benefits in Australia and the United Kingdom to a life course perspective. Part 4 in...

Book review
2 October 2015

Part 3 of Peter Whiteford’s series looks at life cycle redistribution in Australian and the UK.