Presentations and papers from JCF events

Dean Ashenden, April 2020, Don’t waste a good crisis – even in schooling

Colleen Peterson and Mitch Seach,  Ratio: Consultants, March 2020, Technology, Flexible Work, and Land Use Planning

Dr Andrew Leigh MP, Shadow Assistant Minister for Treasury and Charities, February 2020,  Australia’s Stagnant Economy

Terry Moran AC, Chair, the Centre for Policy Development, November 2019, Federalism: Commonwealth, State and Local Government Working Together

Dr Kerry Bennett, CEO, the Graduate Union of The University of Melbourne, November 2019, the Big Business to Victoria of Postgraduates

Tina Hogarth-Clarke, CEO, Council on the Ageing Victoria, October 2019, Greying Population Brings Challenges and Opportunities

Conny Lenneberg, ED, Brotherhood of St Laurence, August 2019, Building Opportunity in Place

Elaine Carbines, CEO G21 – Geelong Region Alliance, July 2019, Geelong – from gloom to boom

Dr John Daley, CEO the Grattan Institute, June 2019, After the federal election, predicting the next 10 years

David Lewis, May 2019,  OVERUSE OF A SHRINKING RESOURCE: Can we save the Murray-Darling?

David Lewis and John Langford, May 2019, WHY HAS THE DARLING DRIED UP? article in Inside Story 

Prof John Buchanan, March 2019, CONTOURS OF LABOUR MARKET SEGMENTATION: Mapping occupational flows within Australia’s employed workforce

Prof Shelley Mallett, March 2019, THE MISSING PIECE: Anchoring VET in place for young people

Prof Leesa Wheelahan, March 2019, A policy framework to support a new social settlement in TAFE: A paper commissioned by the John Cain Foundation

Danielle Wood, February 2019, Negative gearing changes will affect us all, mostly for the better

Lyndsay Neilson, Mike Waller, Bob Noakes, May 2018, Preparing Melbourne for autonomous transport

Felicity Wade, February 2017, Address To The John Cain Foundation

Dean Ashenden, November 2017, Six propositions for Gonski 2.0

Dr Colleen Lewis, September 2017, The Trust Deficit: trust in our political class is in free-fall

Dr Colleen Lewis, March 2017, How Clean We Might Become? A progress report on reforming Australia’s federal political donations regime

Dr Sue Thompson, March 2017 , Disadvantage in Australian Schools

Prof John Buchanan, March 2017, VET in Crisis

Jude Munro, Februrary 2017, Liveability – Can we take it for granted?

Dr John Daley, November 2016, Tax Reform: what’s left on the agenda?

Dr Tom Alves, October 2016, Housing Melbourne’s Growing Population: redesigning our approach

Bruce Mountain, October 2016, Electricity in Australia: where and why did we go awry?

Mark Judd, September 2016, The Community Mini Grid: a grid-connected renewable energy system

Maxine McKew, September 2016, Why we might thank Sam Dastyari one day

Dr Colleen Lewis and Maxine McKew, September 2016, Come Clean Press Release

Michael Lennon, July 2016, Housing All Australians: new financial models

Dr Nick Dyrenfurth, July 2016, The Power of ideas: rediscovering Australian Labor’s lost traditions

Tony Dalton, November 2015, Challenges for Australian cities today

Assoc. Prof. Wendy Steele, November 2015, Australian Wild Cities

Prof. Marian Simms, November 2015, The Whitlam era and the ‘Urban’

Lyndsay Neilson, November 2015,  The Whitlam legacy- Lessons and Reflections

Lucy Turnbull, November 2015, Sustainable Australian Cities

Prof. John Thwaites, November 2015, An agenda for sustainable Australian Cities

Duncan Maclennan, November 2015, Capitals In The 21 St Century: Metropolitan Management As Mainstream Economic Policy

Tom Roper, August 2015, Climate change – cities ready or not?

Prof John Thwaites, July 2015, A Sustainable Development Goal for Cities

Peter Newton, May 2015, Regenerating Australia’s Established Suburbs: Towards a New Greyfields Model of Development

Baron Maurice Glasman, March 2015, The State, Markets and Civil Society

George Wright, March 2015, The State, Markets and Civil Society

Janet McCalman, March 2015, Blue Labor Transported

John Langmore, March 2015, Re-imagining Labor’s Vision and Policies for a Flourishing Australia

Tilly South, March 2015, Interns: a case study

Daniel Nicholson, March 2015, The State, Markets and Civil Society

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