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By Matt Balmford; Gene Tunny; and Nicholas Gruen
To assess the value of the Census, we need to assess the additional value it generates over alternatives in its absence.
By Amy Cooper Hakim
What do we do if we work for an irrational boss? Here are some easy tips to maintain your sanity and your job.
By Jennifer Guay
If your department is underfunded and overworked, reading about other agencies’ ambitious innovation projects can be overwhelming. But most government innovations aren’t built with big budgets or flashy technology.
By Anna Williamson
A Q&A between Dr Anna Williamson, of the Sax Institute, and Evidence Matters, discussing how public health researchers and policymakers can work best together.
By Stephen Kirchner
Many of the myths about quantitative easing in the US have migrated to Australia and are now being heard from Australian politicians. The comments reflect…
By Samuel C. Andrew; Alistair Hobday; Bruce G Thom; Kerryn Brent; and Richard Matear
Innovative leadership is needed, as climate interventions across Australia’s many ecosystems will require approval from many interest groups, and be consistent with Australia’s obligations under…
By Flavio Souza
In neglecting to formalise the goals and aspirations of carers, there’s a risk the NDIS is prone to systematic biases with regards to plan designs,…
By Claire Noone
The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry is fundamentally altering the relationships between regulators and the regulated in industries…
By Kate Garvey
We hear a lot about the need for policymakers to engage with research evidence – but what about better engagement with each other?…
Do you have a colleague who tries to sabotage you and your work? In addition to setting very clear boundaries, it is important to establish…
By Roslyn Morauta
The first International Global Health Security Conference in Sydney next week will be a great opportunity to stress how we all need global health security, and…
By Melina Morrison
Co-operatives play a major role in developed countries. It is time workers were dealt back into Australia economy. The good news is, we have a…
By Patrick Stafford
According to Civica's Director of Customer Engagement, Social Housing, “There is a huge amount that technology can provide in creating a more inclusive environment, ensuring…
By John Asquith
Citizens expect, and most government departments want to provide, a better service. But the established way of doing things is a big ship to turn…
By Stephen Mills
Stephen Mills worked in the Old Parliament House as a press gallery journalist and as Bob Hawke's speechwriter. Here, Dr Mills takes us back in…
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