Discover the latest politics news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
50/50 vision: the pollsters’ preference problem
Mon 22 Feb 2016
Ipsos and Newspoll have brought bad news for the government, according to Swinburne's Peter Brent.
The streaming wars
Fri 12 Feb 2016
How did Australia’s love affair with Netflix begin? Swinburne’s Ramon Lobato takes an in-depth look.
Australian Electoral Commission’s latest political finance figures show a close link with government and the development industry
Tue 09 Feb 2016
New data has revealed close ties between government and the development industry.
Paul Keating might yearn to relive his version of political history, but we don’t need to encourage him.
Swinburne's Peter Brent gives an outline on Paul Keating's political history
Iowa caucus: scholars around the globe react
Wed 03 Feb 2016
Politics expert Bryan Cranston gives an Australian reflection on the recent Iowa caucus in the USA.
As the US presidential primary season begins, does Iowa really matter?
Fri 29 Jan 2016
Swinburne's Bryan Cranston discusses the upcoming US presidential election.
The ideas boom – where to from here on?
Thu 21 Jan 2016
Professor Beth Webster discusses what needs to happen next, for Australia to stay innovative.
Corporate sustainability in developing countries
Fri 04 Dec 2015
Swinburne researchers are helping developing nations in South East Asia understand the impact of foreign direct investment.
The politics of industry policy
Mon 23 Nov 2015
As part of the Centre for Transformative Innovation launch, former political leaders will come together at Swinburne to discuss industry policy.
Australians to our leaders: Lift your game and think long term
Wed 18 Nov 2015
A Swinburne Leadership Institute survey backs up previous reports of perceived leadership crisis.