Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies is the flagship journal of Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University. It is a peer-reviewed journal that targets research in policy studies in Australia, Asia and the Pacific, across a discipline focus that includes economics, political science, governance, development and the environment.
Awareness about minimum support price and its impact on diversification decision of farmers in IndiaEarly release Aditya, K.S.; Subash, S.P.; Praveen, K.V.; Nithyashree, M.L.; Bhuvana, N. and Sharma, Akriti, September 2017 paper no. 4 (3).
Reforming Australia's superannuation tax system and the age pension to improve work and savings incentives
Early release Ingles, David and Stewart, Miranda, September 2017 paper no. 4 (3).
Foreign aid to the Pacific: trends and developments in the twenty-first century
Early release Dornan, Matthew and Pryke, Jonathan, July 2017 paper no. 4 (3).
The limits of social protection: the case of hydropower dams and Indigenous peoples' land
Early release Cooke, Fadzilah Majid; Nordensvard, Johan; Saat, Gusni Bin; Urban, Frauke and Siciliano, Giuseppina, July 2017 paper no. 4 (3).
- Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser’s APPS talk on the end of the US alliance
- Professor Miranda Stewart discusses international tax challenges for Asia and the G20 at the APPS Conference 2014
- Dr Colin Tukuitonga on ‘A focus on impact - how the G20 Pacific Development Assistance Program can help’ at the APPS conference 2014
- Dr John Hewson discusses the politics of tax reform at the APPS Conference 2014