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Political parties and elections cost money to run.
Who should pay and how should we manage the risks that come along with political donations?
Rear Vision compares the Australian, Canadian and New Zealand systems.
If 2012 was the year the chickens came home to roost for most of our big papers, 2015 has been the year of living dangerously for the regionals - and in a different way for commercial TV.
Mark Di Stefano
The mixed and overlapping responsibilities of Australia's education system makes it one of the most complicated in the world.
A new report, Schooling Federalism: Evaluating the Options for Reform , looks at the effect this system has on the primary and secondary education children...
Children are more likely to use their strengths to effectively cope with minor stress in their life if they have parents who adopt a strength-based approach to parenting.
In a study published recently in the Journal Psychology, Professor Lea Waters from the Melbourne Graduate...
Historian Prof Mark Philip Bradley examines the origins of the concept of human rights. He also discusses the development of a language around this construct. Presented by Elisabeth Lopez.
“The Reagan people weren't particularly interested in human rights at all but they begin to...
Public policy experts Prof John Alford and Assoc Prof Janine O’Flynn discuss the hidden costs and long-term effects of outsourcing important public services to for-profit firms in the private sector.
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Social psychologist Dr Simon Laham discusses his research linking the pronounceability of a person’s name with perceptions of likeability, and what this might mean for a person's access to opportunities.
Human resources management expert Associate Professor Avraham Kluger explains what's wrong with conventional employee appraisal methods in the corporate world, and posits that truly listening to one's workers is good for business. Presented by Jennifer Cook.
Professor of Management Mara Olekalns discusses the complicated effects of gender in negotiations, how women can be disadvantaged when negotiating on their own behalf, and what they can do about it.
Mara Olekalns' expertise is within the fields of negotiation and conflict...
Sociologist Associate Professor Gili Drori explains how the vocabulary of human rights is making its way into the constitutions of nation states, and what this says about the societies that choose -- or choose not -- to include such rights in their national...