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Beyond roads, rates and rubbish: innovating city governance around the world

23 November 2022

Local governments are vital laboratories for policy innovation and experimentation. How can Australia better harness this potential?

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Australia’s research funding system is broken—here’s how to fix it

16 November 2022

Australian universities contribute to the public good. But we need to be more ambitious about realising their potential. It’s time to remedy and reimagine our research system.

Duncan Ivison

Lessons from a pandemic

14 November 2022

Solving our biggest global challenges means putting people and communities at the centre of policymaking.

Peter Shergold

Cash splash for aged care, but who pays for services in a new home care system?

31 October 2022

Labor’s October Budget was good news for aged care—but the hard questions of funding the Support at Home program remain. Here’s two ideas for cost sharing models.

Rachael Lewis

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    Labor’s October Budget was good news for aged care—but the hard questions of funding the Support at Home program remain. Here’s two ideas for cost sharing models.

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  • 26 October 2022

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    Amanda Tattersall

  • 25 October 2022

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  • 20 October 2022

    The Albanese government’s October budget presents an opportunity to transform the purpose and principles of economic policy.

    Alicia Mollaun

  • 11 October 2022

    Improved data management, monitoring and analysis could be critical to combatting racism – here’s a plan for how research and numbers can help us tackle one of Australia’s biggest social issues.

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  • 5 September 2022

    While reforms to improve the quality of aged care are welcome, the government must also consider how to resource providers to meet higher standards.

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Aged care workforce shortages require action from the Jobs Summit & resourcing for high quality care

5 September 2022|

While reforms to improve the quality of aged care are welcome, the government must also consider how to resource providers to meet higher standards.

“Freedom within a framework” – how Australia’s universities can make a full economic contribution

30 August 2022|

Is now the moment to (re)introduce an independent "buffer body" for the tertiary sector that will enable universities to respond to future jobs, skills and research needs?

Digital solutions to Australia’s youth mental health crisis

29 August 2022|

Digital technologies offer an opportunity to tackle Australia’s youth mental health crisis. But effective solutions will require us to think innovatively and listen to the voices of young people with first-hand experience.

Australia’s innovation future: an agenda to transform our economy

18 August 2022|

While fiscal stimulus applied during the COVID-19 crisis has boosted employment, the much bigger challenge remains productivity and wage stagnation. This will require an ambitious national reform agenda to transform Australian industry.

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