Professor Bammer: "What people generally want is the magic number or a simple solution."
“The capacity for memes to reinforce insular online communities–or echo chambers–and spread misinformation was key to the 2019 campaign."
One of Australia’s leading cyber experts, Professor Lesley Seebeck, has welcomed the Government’s largest ever investment in cyber security.
A new study from an international team of researchers has looked at how residents in Vietnam and Kenya perceive those forced to migrate...
The number of Australians who couldn’t pay their rent or mortgage on time has more than doubled due to COVID-19, new ANU data shows.
New modelling also maps the long-term impact of the coronavirus over the next five years.
The response from Pacific countries to the global coronavirus pandemic has been some of the best in the world with large scale testing and...
The advent of COVID-19 has further complicated politics within the Asia region. It has sped up the weakening of globalisation, disrupting...
Australians think increasing spending on finding a vaccine or treatment is the best way to help our economy during COVID-19.
Most Australians tested for unconscious bias hold a negative view of Indigenous Australians, new data shows.
Prominent former senior government officials and leading academics are calling for Asian nations to work together in order to ensure the...
New data shows Australians feel more optimistic about their jobs and life, despite the ongoing pandemic.
A new body of global economists has been formed at The ANU to find pathways to economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
New analysis shows the impact the pandemic is having on vital services and support in Australia.
Study shows 66 per cent of Australians feel anxious about their own and others’ safety and more than 600,000 have lost their jobs.
“For some people out there this pandemic is a criminal opportunity where they can cash in on fear and shortages," said Professor Broadhurst.
COVID-19 may be the making of this generation’s Great Depression, which would have profound long-term health implications for the poor.
China’s bold aspirations are being tested by the outbreak of COVID-19, according to ANU professor Jane Golley.
Health and environmental standards are at risk of manipulation by governments during the global coronavirus crisis, new research warns.
The fallout from coronavirus could increase global poverty by as much as half a billion people, according to new research.