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The Sad Fate of the Social Sciences In 1990, the eminent American political scientist Charles Lindblom published a book called Inquiry and Change: the troubled attempt to understand and shape society. In it, he argued that, despite the concerted effort of many thousands of social scientists working over the preceeding... ...Read More
Will Water Management Reduce Energy Use in Our Cities? The energy demand of our urban water systems is rapidly rising, far more rapidly than most other sectors within Australia. Offsetting this growth with purchase of renewable energy arguably shifts the responsibility from the water sector to energy providers. So what... ...Read More
This won't hurt a bit...: Lessons for Australia from International E-health Programs Lisa Pettigrew "Out of cabinet, Out of mind!" What is the real future of the challenging areas of health reform under the new Gillard Government? Ian Hickie The Other Side of the Skill Drain John Connell National Health... ...Read More