The Centre for International Governance and Justice is dedicated to the study of theoretical and practical issues in international governance, human rights and social justice.
The Centre for Restorative Justice (CRJ) is a world leader in experimental and theoretical research on restorative justice in a range of areas including crime, conflict and peacebuilding.
The ANU Cybercrime Observatory's mission is to monitor & identify trends from data collected from the Internet, or through government and industry partners.
JusTech brings together interdisciplinary collaborators to study regulatory strategies that advance more just and equitable approaches to the governance of science and technology.
The Menzies Centre for Health Governance at The Australian National University is committed to interdisciplinary research which is anchored in population health, public policy, and governance perspect
Many Australians will live shorter lives than others not because of their genetics or the lifestyle choices they make but rather because of the conditions in which they live and the opportunities they
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS) aimed to boost policing and security research capacity in Australia.
This Centre expanded our understanding of how and why compliance arises in the regulation of competition and consumer policy; and how we can improve national and international competition regulation.
The Centre for Governance of Knowledge and Development (CGKD) investigated the ways in which institutions promote, influence or retard the growth of knowledge, especially in the context of development
The Centre for Tax System Integrity (CTSI) ran from 1999 to 2005.
The Climate and Environmental Governance Network (CEGNet)engages in theoretical, empirical and interdisciplinary research on: institutions of regulation and governance; organizational actors; and the
The Crime, Policing, Security and Justice Group at RegNet works on crime trends, crime prevention, national security and terrorism.
The research of the HEGG group at RegNet aims to inform public policy in ways that promotes a fairer, more sustainable and healthier society within Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and globally.
Micro foundations of democratic governance are the capacities that individuals bring to a democracy for the system to work and the regulatory processes that are most likely to elicit them.
The RegHealth program contributed to Australian and international efforts to evaluate promising forms of regulatory governance that ensure that people receive good quality and safe health services.
The goal of Security 21 was to understand the revolution that has characterised policing in western industrial societies over the past 25 years, and to contribute to the evolution of policing in the d
The National Research Centre for OHS Regulation (NRCOHSR) works to achieve excellence in work health and safety research and regulation.