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08
Feb
‘17

CSRM welcomes professional staff members

CSRM has kicked off 2017 with the addition of two professional staff members. Joining the CSRM team are Corey Worcester and Monica Glasgow. Corey comes on board as the Centre Manager. Prior to commencing at CSRM, Corey has worked in research...

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08
Feb
‘17

Criminology joins CSRM

CSRM continues to grow with Criminology joining the Centre. The ANU has a world wide reputation for high quality research in Crime and Justice. Our flagship Bachelor of Criminology Program gives undergraduate students the opportunity to draw on...

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22
Dec
‘16

CSRM's Naomi Priest wins fellowship to study racism and child development

CSRM's Naomi Priest has won a prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellowship (CDF) to continue her research on how early life adversity “get under the skin” to influence lifelong health...

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30
Nov
‘16

Trusted access to government data: UK reflections

Australian departments and agencies have recently begun exploring models for trusted access to research data, culminating in the recent release of the ABS Trusted Access Model and the Trusted user model included in the draft report of the...

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06
Sep
‘16

Gambling expenditure in the ACT

Two reports on gambling expenditure in the ACT (2009 and 2014) are now available for download. In 2014, people with gambling problems accounted for nearly half of all ACT losses. Overall, the reports found that gambling revenue is not drawn equally...

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17
Aug
‘16

Executive short courses launched

The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, in partnership with ANU Enterprise, has launched a series of executive education short courses to be run in October and November 2016. Information on the courses and presenters is available here, or...

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27
Jun
‘16

Cameo modelling of proposed Childcare and Family Payment reforms for Federal election 2016

A new paper by Ben Philips and Cukkoo Joseph of the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods casts a light on proposed Childcare and Family Payment reforms. The paper summarises the results of a comparison of the financial impacts on hypothetical...

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11
May
‘16

Ben Phillips examines the Federal Budget 2016-17

This report provides a distributional analysis by income level and family type of the Federal 2016-17 Budget. The report models a range of budget measures that directly impact households such as changes to family payments, childcare, taxation,...

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02
May
‘16

ANUpoll finds divided opinions on tax reform and debt

In the most recent ANUpoll, researchers from the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods have found that Australians are divided on the importance of government debt, with just less than half believing it to be the most important economic issue...

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04
Mar
‘16

ANU modelling informs debate on childcare reforms

ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods' principal research fellow Ben Phillips has released distributional modelling of the Australian Government's proposed childcare reforms. Early Childhood Australia, the peak body of childcare...

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