Other publications

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Australian  Suicide Deaths and Other Deaths of  Despair Between 2001 and 2020

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Australian Suicide Deaths and Other Deaths of Despair Between 2001 and 2020

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Ellen, L

Year published: 2022

Analysis of suicide monitoring data at smaller specified units of geography and time, and considering possible associations with other causes of death, has the potential to provide important information upon which to design prevention and intervention initiatives. We constructed and analysed a...

» read more

Public exposure and responses to data  breaches in Australia: October 2022

Public exposure and responses to data breaches in Australia: October 2022

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Gray, M, McEachern, S

Year published: 2022

This paper reports Australian’s views about data trust, cybercrime and data breaches and how these have changed. It is based on data from four waves of the ANUpoll collected over the period October 2019 to October 2022 with the two most recent waves being collected between the 8th and 22nd of...

» read more

Economic and other wellbeing in Australia – October 2022

Economic and other wellbeing in Australia – October 2022

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Gray, M

Year published: 2022

The October 2022/23 Budget signals a shift to including a range of non-economic measures of progress and quality of life. During the COVID-19 period and into late 2022, there has been large changes in many wellbeing measures. The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods (CSRM) has been...

» read more

Research Note: Distributional Modelling of 2022/2 Federal Budget

Research Note: Distributional Modelling of 2022/2 Federal Budget

Author/editor: Phillips, B, Gray, M, Joseph, C, Webster, R

Year published: 2022

The new Labor Government’s first budget (October 2022-23 Budget) includes a range of revenue and expenditure measures and updates the financial position of the Federal Government. This Research Note focusses on the distributional impact ofselected new measures relating to the personal income tax...

» read more

Criminal justice mobile applications: A literature and scoping review

Criminal justice mobile applications: A literature and scoping review

Author/editor: Taylor, H, Bartels, L, van Rooy, D

Year published: 2022

The increasing availability and use of applications for mobile phones (apps) has allowed for innovative solutions to address a range of issues, most prominently in the area of health behaviour change. Such advances in technology have also created opportunities within the justice context and the...

» read more

Data trust and data privacy: A brake on the data and digital dividend?

Data trust and data privacy: A brake on the data and digital dividend?

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Gray, M, McEachern S

Year published: 2022

Data is increasingly available at scale and many of the fastest growing companies are built on data and data analytics. Governments are also increasingly using data for service delivery and to a lesser extent policy development and evaluation. Regulating and managing the increasing availability and...

» read more

Literature Review on Yarning Circles in a  Criminal Justice Context

Literature Review on Yarning Circles in a Criminal Justice Context

Author/editor: Taylor, H, Bartels, L, Crowe, M, Marshall, V

Year published: 2022

The ACT Justice and Community Safety Directorate (JACS) has developed and is implementing the Yarning Circles for Justice (YCJ) program, which operates a post-prison program, as well an in-prison yarning circle program. As set out in the ACT Government’s information paper about yarning circles and...

» read more

The experience of COVID-19 in Australia,  including long-COVID – Evidence from the  COVID-19 Impact Monitoring Survey  Series, August 2022

The experience of COVID-19 in Australia, including long-COVID – Evidence from the COVID-19 Impact Monitoring Survey Series, August 2022

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Korda, R

Year published: 2022

The aim of this paper is to describe the experience of COVID-19 in Australia, examine the factors associated with whether or not someone had COVID-19, including long-COVID, and relate this experience to broader measures of wellbeing. Data for the paper comes from the 12th wave of the COVID-19...

» read more

The relationship between COVID-19  policies and subjective wellbeing – August  2022

The relationship between COVID-19 policies and subjective wellbeing – August 2022

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Rehill, P

Year published: 2022

The aim of this paper is to examine the trends and determinants of wellbeing in Australia over the entire COVID-19 period, up to and including August 2022. In particular, we make use of multiple waves of the COVID-19 Impact Monitoring Survey data, focusing on the relationship between individual...

» read more

Pages

Updated:  4 September 2017/Responsible Officer:  Centre Director/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications