Love thy neighbour –ASEAN – Australia’s third engine of economic growth

With the opportunities that will abound in the region in the Asian century, Tim Harcourt discusses why there will be even more reasons for Australian exporters to 'love thy neighbour'
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05/11/2015 | Tim Harcourt | 0 Comments

The power of proximity – Australia’s next wave of global engagement in the Asian Century

A story of how by some crucial breakthroughs, Australia has replaced the tyranny of distance with the power of proximity.
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02/11/2015 | Tim Harcourt | 0 Comments

Turing and the TPP: Intellectual property, public health and access to essential medicines

The dispute over Turing Pharmaceuticals AG and Daraprim is an important cautionary warning in respect of some of the dangers present in the secret negotiations in respect of the TPP.
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01/10/2015 | Dr Matthew Rimmer | 0 Comments

In search of desirable workplace relations model for Australia

Professor Paul J. Gollan and Dr Ying Xu examine potential use of European workplace relations models in the Australian system.
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14/09/2015 | Professor Paul J. Gollan and Dr Ying Xu | 0 Comments

What's really at stake if China FTA falls through

In this post, originally published on The Conversation, Professor Peter Dixon and Professor Maureen Rimmer discuss the China Australia Free Trade Agreement. A more detailed version of this paper will be published by CEDA in Global networks: transforming how Australia does business which will be released on 9 November 2015.
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10/09/2015 | Professor Peter Dixon and Professor Maureen Rimmer | 0 Comments