Safety for children can be improved and care capacity in the child’s local community can be more effectively harnessed through a responsive regulatory approach.
This project looks at cross-national similarities and differences in the way in which international law is understood, interpreted, applied, and approached by different actors in and from different st
This project contained five interrelated projects which explored the impact of globalisation from a competition and consumer policy perspective for the relatively small and isolated Australian market.
This project was an international study (across Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Israel, Italy, and South Africa) addressing bystander behavior, specifically how bystanders can be empowered so t
This short book, aimed at an undergraduate readership, is intended to provide an introductory overview to the topic of cybercrime.
International multilateral negotiations are becoming longer and more complex.While the concept of a 'two level game' can be used to understand when and how domestic politics and internationa
This project examines ‘breastfeeding friendly’ practices in workplaces and childcare services.
The project provided performance information on the effectiveness of the ACCC's compliance and enforcement activities.
Through a review of existing guidelines and assessment of the economics distinguishing public and private benefit, this project evaluated the public benefit test applied in authorisations to assess th
Risks to financial and climate stability can be analysed independently yet also understood as tightly related.