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Australia's north, Australia's future: a vision and strategies for sustainable economic, ecological and social prosperity in northern Australia

The release of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Change agreement highlighted the importance of global sustainability...

Reforming the Eastern Australian gas market

We analyse the deficiencies behind the Eastern Australian gas market by applying a framework proposed by the International Energy Agency. We show that...

Aid policy and Australian public opinion

Since 2013, Australian aid has been reduced and increasingly focused on delivering benefits to Australia. Motivated by these changes, this paper fills...

Two‐level games and Australia's defence procurement: the case of land‐based anti‐ship missiles

As a country largely free of the corruption that bedevils the defence procurement of many of Australia’s Asian neighbours, it is generally assumed that...

Reforming Australia's superannuation tax system and the age pension to improve work and savings incentives

Australia’s retirement income system combines private and public provision for old age. Retirees rely on private (but highly regulated) superannuation...

The Sri Lankan civil war and Australia's migration policy response: a historical case study with contemporary implications

Sri Lanka’s civil war lasted almost 26 years and cost tens of thousands of lives. Since the end of the war in 2009, several thousand asylum seekers from...

The future of Asian regionalism: not what it used to be?

The largely unexpected election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has overturned many assumptions and expectations about the future of...

Gauging change in Australian aid: stakeholder perceptions of the Government Aid Program

In this article, we use data from the 2013 and 2015 Australian Aid Stakeholder Surveys to gauge the extent of the changes to the Australian Government Aid...

Closing the cycle: how South Australia and Asia can benefit from re-inventing used nuclear fuel management

A large and growing market exists for the management of used nuclear fuel. Urgent need for service lies in Asia, also the region of the fastest growth in...

Insights for Indigenous policy from the applied behavioural sciences

People are neither completely rational, nor completely random in their decisions. Rather, they exhibit predictable biases that not only make it less...

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