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Forget what you’ve heard about infrastructure – it might be time to put the politics back in
ELECTION day for Western Australia is just under a week away, and already tens of thousands have turned out for early voting. If the polls are...
The Turnbull Government is investing a record $50 billion in Australia’s land infrastructure – to improve road and rail links, reduce travel times and support economic growth.
The Roads to Recovery funding for local roads has been increased by 83%, to $3.2 billion over...
This paper focuses on telecommunication infrastructure as the backbone of a fast-growing digital economy, and raises important questions about the early National Broadband Network (NBN) in Australia.
The policy initiatives outlined in this document will provide every council and federal member with the opportunity to deliver tangible outcomes to every community in Australia.
Which electorates receive targeted funding, and does targeted funding swing votes? To answer these questions, the author analyzes four discretionary programs funded by the Australian federal government during the 2001-2004 election cycle. Controlling for relevant demographic characteristics of the electorate, those electorates held by the...
This paper considers the challenges facing Indonesia's incoming president, providing a broad picture of what the country might look like in 2020.
As Indonesians prepare to welcome a new president, South-East Asia’s most populous state finds itself at a crossroads once...