The Murdoch Commission

The Commission’s independent research brings together international experts and thought leaders from Australia and around the globe to work on pressing problems and issues of public concern.

 

The Murdoch Commission aims to contribute to society in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond by undertaking three major research inquiries that deliver reports and recommendations to inform and influence public policy.

With the University’s commitment to quality research and teaching in public policy at both national and international levels, the Commission and its reports are exercises in applied public policy informed by rigorous scholarly research and analytical thinking. The three Commissions to date are: 

  • Inclusive Transitions on the Continent of Africa
  • Food Security, trade and partnerships: Towards resilient regional food systems in Asia 
  • Western Australia and the evolving regional order: Challenges and opportunities
Inclusive transitions on the continent of Africa

Inclusive Transitions on the Continent of Africa

The Murdoch Third Commission analyses policy challenges and issues of public concern to Africa. Drawing lessons from the shared experiences and connection between Africa and Australia, two continents linked via the Indian Ocean, it explores possible transitions towards inclusive development globally.

 

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Food security, trade and partnerships: Towards resilient regional food systems in Asia

The Murdoch Second Commission examines Western Australia’s role in the regional food system in Asia, as both an agricultural exporter and as a leader in the research and development of agricultural science.

Western Australia and the evolving regional order: Challenges and opportunities

The Murdoch First Commission investigates the growing economic interdependency of Western Australia, Australia and the Asian region, and how this could enhance mutual benefit and long-term resilience overall.

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