Chris Connolly


Financial resilience in Australia 2015

This report defines resilience as a process that enables individuals to bounce back after adverse events and experiences, adapt to changing circumstances, and deal with environmental stress'. The report defines financial resilience as the ability to access and draw on internal capabilities and appropriate, acceptable...

Measuring financial exclusion in Australia

Delving deeper into key topics, such as the use of credit and the experiences of Indigenous consumers, this report updates the CSI's 2011 report on the lack access to appropriate and affordable financial services and products. In May 2011 the Centre for Social Impact (CSI)...

Drowning in codes of conduct

Australians face a complex, confusing and often inconsistent environment when it comes to regulating how businesses and consumers should conduct themselves online. This report examines 16 codes of conduct that are relevant to Australian consumers when they engage in online activity (13 active codes and...

An overview of international cyber-security awareness raising and educational initiatives

This study examined a selection 68 Cyber-Security education initiatives in 11 jurisdictions and analysed the literature used to both support and evaluate these strategies. This project has consisted of two research components: Component 1 – Comparative analysis of international initiatives: The first component was a...