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Indispensable economic partners: the US-Australia investment relationship
Australia enjoys a remarkable benefit from its multi-faceted, two-way investment relationship with the United States. And while Australia’s trade relationships, particularly in the region, are vital to continued growth and prosperity, the United States remains Australia’s indispensable economic partner.
The debate papers: who is Australia's most important economic partner?
In the first instalment of the United States Studies Centre's new debate series, James Laurenceson and Jared Mondschein go head to head over who is Australia's most important economic partner, the United States or China?
Failure to launch: Australia, the United States and the threat of inefficient innovation
The Global Innovation Index, the world's leading measurement of innovation across more than 80 indicators, shows Australia is not innovating enough. The economic and technological realities of an increasingly innovative world economy will inevitably catch up to Australia.
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.
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.
Deal breakers? Regulating foreign direct investment for national security in Australia and the United States
This report outlines some of the national security issues raised by recent changes in the sources of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Australia and the United States. The regulatory regimes for screening FDI in both countries are examined, with a particular focus on how these...
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...
The role of US innovation in securing Australia's economic future
This report argues that since the Second World War, no single country has continually helped Australia to be more innovative than the United States. In addition to the fact Australia now receives more investment from the United States than any other country, US investment is...
Red book, Blue book: an Australian guide to the next US administration
This publication is designed in two sections: Blue Book — what to expect in a Biden administration and Red Book — what to expect in a second term of the Trump administration. Each section is designed to give a robust guide to the major policies...
State of the United States: an evolving alliance agenda
With the Biden Administration in Washington committed to both the Indo-Pacific and the value of alliances — and 2021 marking the 70th anniversary of the ANZUS Treaty — this publication advances an agenda for the U.S/Australia alliance at this critical time.