Let Every Stage Advance
Policy Ideas for Australia’s Fiftieth Parliament
Let Every Stage Advance: Policy Ideas for Australia’s Fiftieth Parliament contains 11 short essays from newly elected federal MPs and Senators, on the topic of a policy idea whose time is yet to come. The project has sought to engage with politicians, at the start of their parliamentary careers, on long-term public policy challenges that face our nation over the next 15 years.
Let Every Stage Advance (PDF 1MB)
From workplace stress to workplace wellness: An assessment of the health and well-being of local government Chief Executive Officers in Western Australia
Local government Chief Executive Officers across the State of Western Australia are facing unprecedented levels of work-related stress. This report documents, for the first time ever, their previously hidden afflictions. Using a multi-method approach to data collection, researchers employed inductive focus groups, abductive in-depth qualitative interviews and deductive quantitative survey research to shine an important light not only on the extent of their distress, but also on the relevant antecedents and effects.
This report was prepared for Local Government Professionals Australia WA.
From workplace stress to workplace wellness (PDF 5.5MB)
UWA PPI Briefings
COVID-19 and financial choices
Paul, Joanne and Julie investigate the role of financial fragility and access to superannuation fundsRead more
COVIDSafe downloads may be more about understanding people than about the design of processes
Julie, Joanne and Paul explore what might be contributing to the decision to download the COVIDSafe tracing app or notRead more
This is a global pandemic: Why do employees still come to work sick?
Aleksandra and Gillian examine what motivates employees to show up for work sickRead more
The impact of COVID-19 on the giving economy
Joanne, Julie and Paul look into how the COVID-19 crisis has affected how and how much we donate to charitable causesRead more
- Professor Stephen Smith, Chair of Advisory Board
- Professor Dewi Fortuna Anwar
- The Honourable Colin Barnett
- Professor Gordon Flake
- Professor Dawn Freshwater, PhD Nott, BA (Hons) Man, FRCN, RN, RNT, DipPsych, GAICD
- Winthrop Professor Carmen Lawrence
- Ms Jennifer Lawrence
- Mr Shivshankar Menon
- Dr Marty Natalegawa
- Mr David Norman
- Ms Maria Osman
- Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng
- Professor Shamit Saggar