People the key to better public policy

Decision-making in practice.

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Mixed blessings

The resource curses plaguing Asia and the Pacific.

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Under the hood of the Asia-Pacific economy

The latest from the 2017 Asian Development Outlook report.

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Don't read all about it

Why policy debate has been cut from today's hyperactive news cycle.

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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.

Latest research

Three turns in the evolution of China–Russia presidential pseudo‐alliance

Early release Baev, Pavel K., October 2018

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The Pacific islands in the twenty‐first century
Early release Dornan, Matthew and Duncan, Ron, September 2018 paper no. 5 (3).

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Pacific seasonal workers: Learning from the contrasting temporary migration outcomes in Australian and New Zealand horticulture
Early release Curtain, Richard; Dornan, Matthew; Howes, Stephen and Sherrell, Henry, September 2018

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Transformative mobilities in the Pacific: Promoting adaptation and development in a changing climate
Early release Farbotko, Carol; McMichael, Celia; Dun, Olivia; Ransan-Cooper, Hedda; McNamara, Karen E. and Thornton, Fanny, August 2018

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Solutions to poor service delivery in Papua New Guinea
Early release Duncan, Ron and Banga, Chris, August 2018

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