Our reports are unique. They are developed by working with Institute staff, policymakers, industry and community, and academic experts. Learn more about our model here.


Collaborative Project Report 

5 June 2024

In 2022, the Australian Government launched an ambitious process to develop the Australian Universities Accord to drive transformative reform of Australia’s higher education system. JMI was commissioned by the Australian Universities Accord Panel to help design a new funding model for Australian higher education teaching and scholarship. This report to the Panel reflects the calibrated outcomes of the process.


Policy Insights Paper

08 March 2024

This Policy Inisghts Paper, written by Dr Sophie-May Kerr from the University of New South Wales, reveals key challenges that families confront in apartment living. It proposes eight detailed opportunities for reform, including greater government involvement in delivering suitable housing, improved policy and design, stronger regulation and compliance with best-practice design, support for retrofitting existing dwellings, and ensuring local neighbourhoods provide family-friendly amenities and infrastructure.


Policy Insights Paper

11 December 2023

The report, written by Professor Edward Santow, Sophie Farthing and Lauren Perry of the Human Technology Institute (HTI) at UTS, is the culmination of a major collaboration between HTI and the NSW Government, supported through a JMI Policy Challenge Grant. The report sets out how the Government can use law, governance and training to make its new digital identity system trustworthy.


Policy Insights Paper

30 January 2023

The sustainability impact of government financial activities is of intensifying interest to financial market participants, regulators and communities. This ‘At a Glance’ report considers in brief, and a full accompanying report examines in depth, whether sovereigns should report on and disclose sustainability-related actions and if so, how.


Collaborative Project Report

30 November 2022

Domestic and family violence continues to be a problem of epidemic proportions in Australia. It affects people of all ages and backgrounds, but especially women and children. Against this backdrop, the James Martin Institute for Public Policy published a summary report on ‘Reducing domestic violence reoffending’ – the result of a collaborative project with the NSW Government in 2022.

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