Pages tagged by "Government and Governance"

Gauging change in Australian aid

What the Aid Stakeholder Survey says about Australia’s aid programs.

Water to the world

The human right to water is a price worth paying.

Turning erstwhile experts into populists

A post-truth era in government project evaluation?

Snowy 2.0: the lowdown on hydro

A step in the right direction for Australian energy policy?

How to measure impact

We need to recognise there are few ‘eureka’ moments where research transforms policy.

Back to the future

Facing 2017 with historical hindsight.

Crisis may trigger transition

Could Trump be the catalyst for change?

Real leadership can tackle climate challenge

A substantive, evidence-based policy response is still achievable.

History favours those who write it

Political leaders are bringing new meaning to ‘publish or perish’.

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