The case for four-year terms

Making room for good governance in Australia.

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Finding pathways out of poverty

Bridging the economic divide.

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Time to tax robots?

Tackling job displacement through new policies

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Pop stardom as a development strategy

How K-pop got the South Korean economy singing.

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National Security Podcast: the rise of the Indo-Pacific

The Indo-Pacific is a mental map of Asia that has taken flight among policymakers.

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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

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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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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Tourism in Pacific island countries: a status quo round‐up
Early release Cheer, Joseph M.; Pratt, Stephen; Tolkach, Denis; Bailey, Anthony; Taumoepeau, Semisi and Movono, Apisalome, July 2018

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Mapping online child safety in Asia and the Pacific
Early release Singh, Rajnesh D., May 2018

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