Latest Research

Infrastructure Victoria has released its early findings for public comment in developing advice to government on how Victoria can build a better recycling and resource recovery industry. This paper outlines the options that are available.

Report
21 Oct 2019

This research provides a contemporary view of how online learning is used to deliver entire qualifications in the Australian VET sector. It estimates the extent that entire qualifications are delivered online, investigates what this online delivery looks like and whether online training is providing students with similar experiences and outcomes as face-to-face training.

Report
21 Oct 2019

There is growing interest nationally and at the Territory level in the development of electric vehincle (EV) policy, programs and infrastructure. The Northern Territory government is preparing an EV Strategy and Implementation Plan and this discussion paper is the first step in developing the strategy.

Discussion paper
21 Oct 2019

This report highlights current considerations on the potential role of new and emerging digital technologies in education. Its purpose is to bring together recent literature on digital literacy and online technologies, particularly new technologies such as smartphones and locative media, in supporting educators in the classroom.

Case study
21 Oct 2019

Last week’s Grattan report, Why it’s time for congestion charging, argued that congestion charging is the most effective way to make Australia’s capital cities work better. This new report lays out a detailed, feasible, and fair congestion-charging scheme for Australia’s two biggest cities.

Report
20 Oct 2019

This report adopts a ‘climate equity’ approach to determine the practical measures Victoria should take to respond to climate change fairly.

Policy report
20 Oct 2019

This submission argues that establishing a nuclear power industry in Australia is economically unfeasible, particularly given the uninsurable nature of the technology means the risks of a nuclear incident are borne substantially by Australian taxpayers.

Submission
18 Oct 2019

This fact sheet highlights key facts about intimate partner homicides in Australia. The data is based on the 2018 Data Report from the Australian Domestic and Family Violence Death Review Network (ADFVDRN).

Fact sheet
17 Oct 2019