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Towards understanding digital divide in rural partnerships and development: a framework and evidence from rural Australia
This paper explores the digital divide between urban and rural communities, and how this impacts regional development.
This study examines the challenges faced by regional accounting firms and the creative solutions they use to address them.
This paper investigates affordability of housing in Queensland; changes in the housing stock and people’s preferences; and factors influencing outcomes in housing markets.
This paper outlines definitions of homelessness and estimates the number of young people who are homeless in Queensland.
An investigation into factors that may affect the long term environmental and economic sustainability of tourism in northern Australia
The objective of this paper is to identify factors that may affect the long term environmental and economic sustainability of tourism in northern Australia.
In September 2016, the Queensland government asked the Queensland Productivity Commission to conduct an inquiry into manufacturing to identify policies to improve the sector’s productivity and competitiveness. This final report sets out a policy action plan to support a strong and diverse manufacturing sector.
The Queensland Audit Office (QAO) is required to prepare and publish by 30 June each year a three-year strategic audit plan (SAP) which shapes and drives its program of performance audits. Its 2018–21 SAP is the culmination of its ongoing efforts to understand the challenges...
Remote location, inadequate governance procedures and lack of economies of scale undermine the organisational performance of indigenous community housing organisations. Authors: Karel Eringa, Frederick Spring, Mara West, Martin Anda, Paul Memmott and Stephen Long
This study found strong support in the majority of submissions for the Queensland Parliament to draft and enact a Human Rights Act for Queensland (HRAQ), and for the inclusion of the right to health in such legislation.
This report outlines how more than one million hectares of woody vegetation, an area more than seven times larger than the size of Queensland’s capital, has been cleared between 2012-13 and 2015-16.