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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Governor General David Hurley

The first 100 days of the Albanese government

Unlike changes of leader, changes of government are comparatively rare at the Federal level. We can learn a great deal from the early decisions of a new government – what it changes and what it keeps; what lessons it has drawn from prior experience and from its opponents.

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Visualising the next economic transition

The dominant language around great economic transitions of modern times suggests they have been caused by leaps in technological innovation. These normative narratives suggest that it was the leveraging of new technologies that opened the way for the subsequent reshaping of our economies, and our societies. But if we look more closely at the major ‘ages of transition’, it is clear that they didn’t just follow on from purely technological innovation.

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Scrutineers

Griffith University boasts an enviable network of researchers across government, politics and policy, providing insight into matters shaping the 2022 Federal Election. Join host Ben Dobson and panellists Prof Anne Tiernan, Dr Paul Williams and Prof Susan Harris-Rimmer for an examination of #ausvotes

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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Governor General David Hurley

The first 100 days of the Albanese government

Unlike changes of leader, changes of government are comparatively rare at the Federal level. We can learn a great deal from the early decisions of a new government – what it changes and what it keeps; what lessons it has drawn from prior experience and from its opponents.

Read more

Visualising the next economic transition

The dominant language around great economic transitions of modern times suggests they have been caused by leaps in technological innovation. These normative narratives suggest that it was the leveraging of new technologies that opened the way for the subsequent reshaping of our economies, and our societies. But if we look more closely at the major ‘ages of transition’, it is clear that they didn’t just follow on from purely technological innovation.

Read more
headerscrutineers

Scrutineers

Griffith University boasts an enviable network of researchers across government, politics and policy, providing insight into matters shaping the 2022 Federal Election. Join host Ben Dobson and panellists Prof Anne Tiernan, Dr Paul Williams and Prof Susan Harris-Rimmer for an examination of #ausvotes

Read more
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