Josh Fear

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28 Feb 2011

One of the most expensive ways for Australians to access their own money is by using an automatic teller machine (ATM) that is not provided by their own bank. In most cases, third-party ATMs charge $2 for every transaction, including checking one's account balance. In...


11 Nov 2010

Time, as they say, is money. In fact, one of the most important aspects of our lives - what we do for a living - involves exchanging our time, in the form of labour, for money. Yet, millions of Australians 'donate' unpaid overtime to their...


29 May 2010

This study shows the majority of Australians would be willing to see a nurse practitioner for a wide range of services now commonly provided by doctors.

This paper presents the first data collected for the Measuring what Matters indicators; access to primary health care....


23 Nov 2009

The typical full-time employee in Australia works 70 minutes of unpaid overtime a day. This equates to 33 eight-hour days per year, or six and a half standard working weeks. Something for nothing - unpaid overtime in Australia examines the nature, extent and consequences of...


5 Nov 2009

Australian households are throwing out more than $5 billion worth of food each year, more than Australians spend on digital equipment, and more than it costs to run the Australian Army.

In addition to the direct financial costs of this waste, the environmental impact...

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