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RECENT RESEARCH AWARDS GRANTED


ARC Linkage Grants



Assoc/Prof Yeslam Al-Saggaf et al Investigating which strategies are most effective in overcoming the ethical problems facing information and communications technology professionals

Prof S Miller, Prof J Kleinig et al Police Leadership in the 21st Century: Redesigning Roles and Practices More

Prof S Miller, Prof J O'Brien et al The Future of Financial Regulation More

ARC Discovery Grants


Dr. Stephen Clarke et al Conscience and Conscientious Objection in Health Care More

Prof Greg Restall et al New techniques for language logic and information
 
Dr S Clarke, Prof A Coady et al Moral Conservation, Human Enhancement and the 'Affective Revolution' in Moral Psychology More

Prof T Campbell et al A Constructive Critique of the Political Approach to the Philosophy of Human Rights More

Other Grants


Dr Daniel Halliday The Moral Challenge of the Educational Arms Race

Prof J Weckert, Dr E Rush, M Walker
Promoting Global Responsible Research and Innovation  More

WHAT'S NEW

  • 2015 Annual Report


  • CAPPE Events

    CAPPE Seminar 28th September
    Norvo Lo - La Trobe University

    This paper discusses social attitudes towards feeding neighbourhood wild birds. It connects different and often opposing attitudes on the issue to three schools of philosophy regarding animals and nature. These include animal liberation ethics, wilderness preservation ethics, and anthropocentrism. 

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    CAPPE Media


    Professor Seumas Miller

    Institutional Corruption and The Capital Markets  More

    Fixing the Fix - Benchmark Reform and the Future of Financial Regulation  More

    Designing-in-Ethics: A Compulsary Retirement Savings System  More

    Dr Stephen Clarke

    On Religious Violence, ABC Western Plains 'Mornings', radio interview  More

    Past media events

    RESEARCH PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

     

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    The Centre's research is organised around five integrated research areas, each of which has one or more 'core' projects

    RESEARCH AREA 1 Economics and Innovation

    RESEARCH AREA 2 Environment

    RESEARCH AREA 3 Health

    RESEARCH AREA 4 Security