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Perceptions and experiences of crime during the COVID-19 period

Perceptions and experiences of crime during the COVID-19 period

Author/editor: Sollis, K & Biddle, N

Year published: 2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic resulting in dramatic shifts in the way societies and communities operate, individuals’ experiences and perceptions of crime and the police also have the potential to be affected. Using data from the ANU COVID-19 Impact Monitoring Program, this paper outlines how...

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Describing Australia's COVID-19 vaccine success, and ongoing challenges: October 2021

Describing Australia's COVID-19 vaccine success, and ongoing challenges: October 2021

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Steinhauser, R

Year published: 2021

The aim of this paper is to use longitudinal data from the ninth wave of the ANU Impact Monitoring Survey program (collected in October 2021) to answer four key research questions related to vaccination in Australia: What are the factors associated with the relatively high vaccine uptake achieved...

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Application of behavioural insights to  understand the Australian recall of  Takata Airbags – Report 1

Application of behavioural insights to understand the Australian recall of Takata Airbags – Report 1

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Zhang, J

Year published: 2021

This report investigates consumer responses to the Takata recall. Despite a large and growing number of safety-related recalls globally, there is little quantitative research on variation in consumers’ compliance decision. Using both administrative data and survey data, we investigate vehicle-...

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Australian suicide and hospitalised self-harm monitoring data. A Scoping review of analytic methods used  within the peer reviewed literature.

Australian suicide and hospitalised self-harm monitoring data. A Scoping review of analytic methods used within the peer reviewed literature.

Author/editor: Ellen, L & Biddle, N

Year published: 2021

Suicide and intentional self-harm are significant problems for Australian communities. Monitoring suicide and self-harm hospitalisations is important for: the effective development of prevention and intervention initiatives; supporting accountability and transparency within systems and services...

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Comparing 2019 Preliminary Suicide Deaths data with Modelled Forecasts

Comparing 2019 Preliminary Suicide Deaths data with Modelled Forecasts

Author/editor: Biddle, N., Ellen, L., Korda, R., and Reddy, K.

Year published: 2021

Addendum to: Biddle, N., Ellen, L., Korda, R., and Reddy, K., (2020) ‘Suicide Mortality in Australia: Estimating and Projecting Monthly Variation and Trends From 2007 to 2018 and Beyond’ Suicide Mortality in Australia: Estimating and Projecting Monthly Variation and Trends From 2007 to 2018 and...

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Tracking wellbeing outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (October 2021): Putting the worst behind us?

Tracking wellbeing outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (October 2021): Putting the worst behind us?

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Gray, M

Year published: 2021

This paper explores the views, outcomes, and attitudes of Australians at a time when the south-east of the country was starting to emerge from lockdown, and vaccination rates were approaching thresholds allowing for a greater easing of restrictions. The analysis is based on the October 2021 wave of...

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The use of QR codes to identify COVID-19 contacts and the role of data trust and data privacy

The use of QR codes to identify COVID-19 contacts and the role of data trust and data privacy

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2021

The aim of this paper is to provide an update on attitudes of the general public to data privacy during the COVID-19 period, as well as the factors associated with the use of QR codes and other government apps/web-sites for contact tracing purposes. We find that there has been a small decline in...

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Research note: Sophisticated Investor Projections

Research note: Sophisticated Investor Projections

Author/editor: Phillips, B

Year published: 2021

This research note seeks to quantify the historical and future change in the potential share of Australians who could be classified as ‘sophisticated investors’ in accordance with the definition legislated by the Corporations Act. These changes arise as a result of the failure of the legislation to...

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The impact of COVID-19 on child mental health and service barriers: The perspective of parents – August 2021

The impact of COVID-19 on child mental health and service barriers: The perspective of parents – August 2021

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2021

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the mental health and wellbeing of the Australian population. This paper provides detailed data on the mental health of those aged 18 years and under, as reported by an adult in their household. For children aged 2 to 4 years, parents and carers do not...

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Tracking wellbeing outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (August 2021): Lockdown blues

Tracking wellbeing outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (August 2021): Lockdown blues

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Gray, M

Year published: 2021

The aim of this paper is to summarise economic and social wellbeing data from the August 2021 ANUpoll, the eighth in the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods Impact Monitoring Survey program. Since April 2021 there have been declines in life satisfaction, worsening in psychological distress...

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