Published scholar reports

2019

What does ‘water security’ mean for Australia? A review of Australian policy [PDF 560KB]
Katherine Selena Taylor
Summer Research Scholar 2019
Parliamentary Library

2018

Implementing teacher performance and development frameworks – some enabling factors: A review of the international evidence-based literature 2008-18 [PDF 758KB]
Kerrie A Wratten
Summer Research Scholar 2018
Parliamentary Library

‘To The Moon and Back’—Parliamentary perceptions of ANZUS since 1950 [PDF 1 MB]
Timothea Turnbull
Summer Research Scholar 2018
Parliamentary Library

2016

The Effectiveness of Parliamentary Oversight in Defence Procurement: An International Comparison of Joint Strike Fighter Procurements [PDF 390KB]
Steven L. Jones
Summer Research Scholar 2016
Parliamentary Library

The Senate electoral system: perspectives on reform [PDF 382KB]
Georgia Allen
Summer Research Scholar 2016
Parliamentary Library

2015

Women in the ADF: six decades of policy change (1950 to 2011) [PDF 756KB]
Christine Reghenzani
Summer Research Scholar 2015
Parliamentary Library

What Are We Really Trying to Achieve? Australian Environmental Meta-Policy Objectives since 1970 [PDF 349KB]
Peter Burnett
Summer Research Scholar 2015
Parliamentary Library

2014

‘In the wilderness’: preparation for government by the Coalition in opposition 1983–1993 [PDF 620KB]
Marija Taflaga
Summer Research Scholar 2014
Parliamentary Library

2013

Policy think tanks and China policymaking in the United States [PDF 225KB]
Wen-Ti Sung
Summer Research Scholar 2013
Parliamentary Library

Taking Stock of Taking Control: A review of the impact of the 2005 House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Report 'Taking Control: a national approach to pest animals' [PDF 770KB]
Penelope Marshall
Summer Research Scholar 2013
Parliamentary Library

 

These research papers have been produced by students participating in the Parliamentary Library’s Summer Scholarship Program. The views expressed do not reflect an official position of the Parliamentary Library.