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Question: Q1: What is the current status of lean construction publications in LCJ? Q2: What should be expected when the publications in LCJ are analyzed by the authors? Purpose: The purpose of this article is to gather the technical papers and the case studies published...
This paper argues that it is likely that once the corona virus is under control, it will take time before the consumer economy is allowed to return to full strength. There could be pressure on governments in both Australia and the United States to follow...
The Public Inquiry into the Earthquake Commission was established to examine the role and work of the Earthquake Commission (EQC) and to learn lessons that can be applied to how it operates in future.
While case numbers remain low, population-wide control methods combined with efficient tracing, testing, and case isolation, offer the opportunity for New Zealand to contain and eliminate COVID-19. The authors use a stochastic model to investigate containment and elimination scenarios for COVID-19 in New Zealand, as...
This report looks at how the safety and wellbeing of children in the Northern Territory can be improved. The focus is on how the Commonwealth and Northern Territory Governments can work better together to fund services.
This research looks at secondary school students who undertook a VET for Secondary School Students (VfSSS) program in 2011 and investigates whether they are in work and/or further studies five years later (2016), and the extent to which their VfSSS studies are linked to these...
This paper argues that in these unprecedented times, it is not just economic policy and health policy that requires creativity and innovation; our democratic structures need to be similarly responsive.
This report argues that lessons learned from previous outbreaks emphasise the need for States to accommodate increased child protection needs when devising and implementing their response plans to the COVID-19 outbreak.
This update provides an overview of key productivity trends in Queensland, and places them in a national context. While Queensland has fared better than the rest of Australia in terms of productivity growth, slower growth in recent years should be of concern to policy makers.