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5 Jun 2019
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For those of us who aren’t policy wonks, the causal impression you could get of government and its enacting of public policy is one of continuous failure. In a new study, researchers have assembled twenty examples of public policy successes from Australia and New Zealand....

Audio interview

28 May 2019
43

Martin Borchert, UNSW Librarian, explains the ideas behind Plan S and the shift towards open access scholarship in this interview aired on ABC Radio National's 'Late Night Live' program.

Audio presentation

1 May 2017
12

Newspapers have not fared well under the onslaught of technological innovation. Cuts in newsrooms continue around the world and go hand in hand with the rise of clickbait and social media becoming the major platforms of news delivery.

Is there any way of ensuring...

Audio interview

9 Apr 2015
70

John Kenneth Galbraith agreed with the Keynesian view that one day society would be in a financial position where we could work fewer hours, devote more time to leisure and where inequality would diminish. That was a view from the 1950s when he wrote his...

Audio interview

12 Mar 2015
53

The release of the inter-generational report has given rise to much talk about inequality and the need for another look at our tax system. It's been five years since the release of the Henry Tax Review, a comprehensive study of our tax and transfer system,...

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