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Unless national action is taken to meet the Paris Target to limit global warming to less than 2 degrees, Australia’s GDP faces a hit of an average of $130 billion per year according to this briefing note by The Australia Institute.
This policy brief is part of a multi-country research initiated by the International Budget Partnership (IBP) to assess budget credibility challenges in different countries, particularly how governments report on and justify budget deviations.
This quick guide explains how Australian universities resource research activities. Based on key Australian Government data, it sets out the major sources and distribution of university research funding.
The Australian Work + Family Policy Roundtable is a research network of 33 academics from 17 universities and research institutions with expertise on work, care and family policy. The goal of the Roundtable is to propose, comment upon, collect and disseminate research to inform evidence-based...
This briefing note highlights recent technological advances that have made renewables one of the country’s fastest growing industries, and Australia a world leader in battery storage.
This paper outlines the context within which the flexible ongoing proposal arose, the WorkPac vs. Skene decision, and the NSWBC’s concerns about “double dipping”. It then examines the nature of casual work in Australia and provides an analysis of how the proposed flexible ongoing category...
Precision medicine is full of promise, but how much of a difference does it make? To help explore this issue, the World Science Festival Brisbane brought together a panel of experts moderated by Dr Norman Swan.
The authors find that global warming has very likely exacerbated global economic inequality, including ∼25% increase in population-weighted between-country inequality over the past half century. This increase results from the impact of warming on annual economic growth, which over the course of...