On Bipartisanship, Reform Fall Guys, Asian Century, and Infrastructure with Michelle Grattan

Activity: Expert Advice and OtherOther


At the recent Democracy100 forum at Old Parliament House hosted by the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, Bob Hawke and John Howard spoke about the present lack of appetite for reform. Populism appears to be making it more difficult to pursue a reform agenda.
So, in an effort to investigate some of these issues to encourage discussion with my students, I put some of these questions to Michelle Grattan AO, Professorial Fellow of the University of Canberra and Chief Political Correspondent at The Conversation.
The recording was made at Parliament House, and you can hear the divisional bells for the Senate sounding in the background. My thanks to Michelle for providing this content for my teaching.
Don't forget to check out the show notes at http://www.politicalscience.com.au/2017/09/on-bipartisanship-reform-fall-guys.html.
Period20 Sept 2017
Held atLe Flâneur Politique, Australia