Elizabeth Manton

Discussion paper

Anytime, anyplace, anywhere?

This report compares and assesses the policies that regulate the physical availability of alcohol in Australia and the United Kingdom.

The hidden harm: alcohol’s impact on children and families

This research examines the prevalence and effects of heavy drinking on families and children, and the extent to which they persisted or changed over time.

Prohibiting public drinking in an urban area: determining the impacts on police, the community and marginalised groups

With public drinking laws proliferating across urban areas over the past 15 years, this project evaluated the implementation of these laws, their effectiveness, and their impact on a range of target groups including police, residents, traders, local health and welfare workers, and potentially marginalised groups...