An integrated series of research projects examining the implementation and impact of Australia’s harmonised work health and safety (WHS) laws.
This project sought to identify outstanding examples of the ways in which police harness external resources to control illicit synthetic drugs.
This project aimed to establish Australia as a world leader in policing research and policing practice.
This project examines the relationship between shame and guilt and how the social process of shaming interacts with institutional settings and personal characteristics to produce shame/guilt feelings.
The finance sector - particularly the banking, investment and insurance industries - has potential through its own business practices to facilitate and incentivize greenhouse gas emission (GHG) reduct
The Bengali version of the modified ‘Life at School Survey’ (Ahmed, 1996) was administered in nine schools in Bangladesh to children in grades seven to ten.
This project was a small-scale pilot study of how mothers of young babies spend their time, how this affects their health and well-being, and how their time use is related to other factors such as the
The Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) project investigates emerging trends in transnational environmental crime and examines the conditions for successful regulatory and enforcement responses.
In 1998, 'transparency' was dubbed the 'word of the moment' in the New York Times Magazine.
This project examines the role of trust and hope in governance. The central hypothesis is that trust and hope build social capacity and enable cooperation.