Tax expenditures generally not justifiably delivered through the tax system.
The Human Rights Reading Group is for PhD students and scholars interested in discussing ideas and issues in human rights law, theory and practice.
The NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence on the Social Determinants of Health Equity (CRE) team is pleased to announce the launch of the new CRE website.
States’ attempts to appropriate and configure particular lands are challenged by opposing forces that seek to re-appropriate them and to create alternative counter spaces.
Terence Halliday, a long-time associate and Honorary Professor of RegNet has been quoted in the New York Times.
RegNet PhD scholar Naing Ko Ko discusses corruption in Myanmar on the Democratic Voice of Burma
In this live interview on CNN, Clarke Jones discusses the explosions and gunfight which occurred in Jakarta on January 14.
In this blog, inaugural Braithwaite Scholar at RegNet, Shelley Bielefeld, examines the impact of the cashless welfare card system and its disproportionate impact on Australia’s First Peoples.
RegNet celebrated four graduations in the December graduation ceremonies. Our congratulations to David, Joyce, Sekti and Shelley.
The world is different following adoption of the Paris Agreement on 12 December. We now have a new orientation for the global economy set by the ambition of governments to put a limit to climate change.