Strange bedfellows on Xinjiang: the CCP, fringe media and US social media platforms
This report explores how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), fringe media and pro-CCP online actors seek to shape and influence international perceptions of the Chinese Government’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang, including through the amplification of disinformation.
The perils of pre-election polling: is the 2020 election much closer than the polls suggest?
This analysis should not be construed as finding Donald Trump cannot win the 2020 election. Instead, the goal has been to put the 2020 polls suggesting Trump is likely to lose in some context, with reference to poll errors observed in swing states in recent...
Isolated AgTech in Australia? A social network analysis of an innovative sector
Social networks are an integral component of entrepreneurial ecosystems. This study builds on an academic body of research into social networks between centres of innovation capital and geographically distant entrepreneurial ecosystems seeking funding.
Public opinion in the age of Trump: the United States and Australia compared
This research finds that Australians can clearly differentiate between a president and a country. As much as Australians may dislike the current US President, most Australians hold positive evaluations of America and of Australia’s relationship with the United States.
Australian AgTech: opportunities and challenges as seen from a US venture capital perspective
This report, the first of its kind, analyses the volume, value and makeup of AgTech investment in Australia. It puts it in the context of the United States and provides insight into both how AgTech is developing as a new sub-industry and the broader venture...