Seeds of success: Advancing digital agriculture from point solutions to platforms
As the least digitised industry in the world, agriculture is on the cusp of the next technological wave with implications for investors, entrepreneurs, governments and farmers. This research brief discusses the barriers that exist in Australia that are limiting the development and the widespread diffusion of digital agriculture technologies, and therefore the maturation of the sector.
The states of the union: US federalism and the Trump policy agenda
Partisanship has become the dominant driver of social and political conflict in the United States and state-federal relations are increasingly conducted in the same vituperative style as Capitol Hill partisanship. This will have significant implications for the Trump administration’s policy agenda, according to a new research brief by Sarah Graham.
Deal-breakers? Regulating foreign direct investment for national security in Australia and the United States
New research by Stephen Kirchner and Jared Mondschein outlines some of the national security issues raised by recent changes in the sources of foreign direct investment in Australia and the United States and recommends action on a number of fronts.