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Navigating the post-truth debate: some key co-ordinates

Weakening the link between evidence and decisions not only threatens the quality of policymaking, it threatens the entire enterprise of scientific research, whose business is to find out the facts such
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Your post-HSC decisions aren't set in stone

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More technology doesn’t mean less inequality

More technology doesn't mean less inequality. 22 October 2015. Policymakers who dream of digital technologies as the quick fix to their development problem need to think twice, writes Dr Aim Sinpeng. The clear lesson from Thailand, India and Peru is
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Five great myths about the housing market

Five great myths about the housing market. 1 September 2015. Here's the top five by urban and regional planning and policy experts at the University of Sydney, Professor Peter Phibbs and Professor Nicole Gurran. 1. Affordability issues will be
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Black Saturday firefighters want you to listen to them

This article was authored by Professor Leanne Cutcher from the University of Sydney Business School and Dr Graham Dwyer from Swinburne University of Technology.
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6 ways politics "trumps" health in America

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Understanding populism: how leaders can better sell economic reform

Communication techniques that take a vision and personalise it to relate directly to issues affecting individuals, businesses and communities are most effective in creating interest and support.
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How to make sure your dog doesn't get canine cabin fever

But while dog-training businesses may be reducing their services, many are offering online courses and training challenges through social media to help people stay engaged and on top of their
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Why you’re checking work emails on holidays (and how to stop)

It was authored by Associate Professor Dan Caprar from the University of Sydney Business School and Dr Ben Walker from the Victoria University of Wellington. ... Katie Booth. Media & PR Adviser (Business). Phone.
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