RegNe scholars Julie Ayling and John Braithwaite have been quoted in a new Victorian Law Reform Commission report, Use of Regulatory Regimes in Preventing the Infiltration of Organised Crime in
RegNet PhD scholar, Shane Chalmers has been accepted to atttend Harvard Law School’s Institute of Global Law and Policy Institute (IGLP) workshop to be held in July in Madrid, Spain.
Twelve months ago, events in the Andaman Sea exposed the grave reality of forced displacement in Southeast Asia. This culminated in a crisis meeting between governments in Thailand on May 29, 2015.
The challenges of creating appropriate intellectual property frameworks in developing economies.
Professor Peter Drahos delivers the KeyNote Address at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition.
RegNet PhD scholar Christoph Sperfeldt in the East Asia Forum.
In 1968 anthropologist Bill Stanner spoke of the Great Australian Silence in relation to the historical mistreatment of Indigenous peoples, a national myopia.
With a federal election looming, Australia’s top mandarins will once again be turning their minds to the incoming government briefs, the so-called blue book if the Coalition is returned and the red book if Labor is elected.
Public hospitals and Medicare funding make up approximately 40 billion dollars of the annual federal health budget. They also tend to dominate discussions around health policy.
Of the RCEP negotiating countries, it is India, rather than China, that has been the most outspoken in opposing US-style trade rules.