Research Scholars – The Centre for Independent Studies

Joanne Tran

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Joanne Tran

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Media & Commentary

  • Opening up — not shuttering — markets will drive Australia’s post-COVID 19 recovery 15 March 2021 | Spectator
    Opening up — not shuttering — markets will drive Australia’s post-COVID 19 recovery. Despite this, many still doubt the merits of globalisation. Globalisation sceptics have been emboldened by the pandemic. They claim it has exposed the overreliance of the Australian…
    Opening up — not shuttering — markets will drive Australia’s post-COVID 19 recovery. Despite this, many still doubt the merits of globalisation. Globalisation sceptics have been emboldened by the pandemic. They claim it has exposed the overreliance of the Australian…
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  • Open economy for recovery 12 March 2021 | IDEAS@THECENTRE
    Opening up — not shuttering — markets will drive Australia’s post-COVID 19 recovery. Despite this, many still doubt the merits of globalisation. Globalisation sceptics have been emboldened by the pandemic. They claim it has exposed the overreliance of the Australian…
    Opening up — not shuttering — markets will drive Australia’s post-COVID 19 recovery. Despite this, many still doubt the merits of globalisation. Globalisation sceptics have been emboldened by the pandemic. They claim it has exposed the overreliance of the Australian…
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  • Dismal understanding of democracy 19 February 2021 | IDEAS@THECENTRE
    The apathy young Australians have for our democracy can be traced to dismal knowledge of essential civics and citizenship. According to the National Assessment Program – Civics and Citizenship, only 38% of Year 10 students (15-16 year olds) have sufficient…
    The apathy young Australians have for our democracy can be traced to dismal knowledge of essential civics and citizenship. According to the National Assessment Program – Civics and Citizenship, only 38% of Year 10 students (15-16 year olds) have sufficient…
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  • Job slump may spur socialist youth 10 September 2020 | Ideas@theCentre
    Headlines hit recently that our unemployment rate was at its worst in 19 years, at 7.1% — almost half of that being young people. Many are entering the labour market for the very first time; all while in the midst…
    Headlines hit recently that our unemployment rate was at its worst in 19 years, at 7.1% — almost half of that being young people. Many are entering the labour market for the very first time; all while in the midst…
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