• Dasith Tanuja De Silva
  1. Vote Compass

    Vote Compass, an interactive electoral literacy tool which was launched shortly after the election was called. It is being used for the first time in Australia …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/12/30/vote-compass

  2. Directions in US corporate and International Tax Reform

    On 25 July 2013 Melbourne Law School and the Melbourne School of Government hosted a lecture by Dr Eric Toder, Co-director, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Centre. He …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/12/30/directions-in-us-corporate-and-international-tax-reform

  3. Election Watch

    Election Watch is an initiative of the University of Melbourne. Its aim is simple: to go beyond the rhetoric and encourage Australians to engage with issues that …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/12/30/election-watch

  4. Australia and the West in a new Asian order?

    An Inaugural University of Melbourne and London School of Economics and Political Science Lecture, by Professor Michael Cox. If you missed the lecture, you can watch …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/06/30/australia-and-the-west-in-a-new-asian-order

  5. Melbourne School of Government launches ambition for better policy

    On 18 June 2013, the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Business & Economics and Melbourne Law School at the University came together to …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/06/30/melbourne-school-of-government-launches-ambition-for-better-policy

  6. Melbourne School of Government researchers win prestigious international award

    Professor Mark Considine, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, and Professor Jenny Lewis, Melbourne School of Government, have become the first Australians to win one of …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2013/06/30/melbourne-school-of-government-researchers-win-prestigious-international-award

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