ARC Discoveries

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount
2018-2020Accountability for past human rights violations in South AsiaR. Jeffery, I, Hall$242,315
2017-2019 Members to Leaders? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participation in Political Parties (Charles Sturt University) D. McDonnell (with M. Evans) $348,000
2017-2019 Radical Right Populist Parties M. McDonnell, A. Werner $195,000
2017-2019 Rethinking the public inquiry on science, technology and environmental change R. Hindmarsh $186,000
2016-2018 Comparing Deliberative Systems: Sites, Transmission and Memes J. Parkinson $224,000
2016-2018 International Organisations in Small States P. Weller, Xu Yi-chong, J. Corbett $190,000
2016-2018 Why Does Cabinet Government Survive? P. Weller, D. Grube, RAW Rhodes $239,000
2015-2017 After Nehru: The Evolution of Indian International Thought, 1964-present I.Hall $117,932
2014-2016Peace Settlement AmnestiesR. Jeffery$155,823
2014-2016Political reconciliation – Bougainville, East Timor and Solomon IslandsR. Jeffery, J. Wallis, L. Kent$165,000
2014-2016 Constitutional Values and the Future of Federations: Resolving Dilemmas of Optimum Governing Structures in the 21st Century A.J.Brown, R.Hollander (with R.Levy, R.Smith, P.Kildea, R.Cole, J.Kincaid)

$700,000

2014-2016 The Responsibility to Protect Women: Can we predict and prevent mass atrocities against women? S. Davies (with J. True) $380,000
2014-2016 Democratic leadership in foreign affairs: The Australian Case J.Kane & H.Patapan $176,000
2013-2015 Prime Ministers: Explaining why some succeed and others fail P. Weller $269,392
2013-2015 From Words to Deeds: The politics of compliance in post-crisis international tax reform R. Eccelstein and W. Widmaier $179,490
2012-2014 State-owned enterprises and government in China: Who drives? Xu Yi-Chong $141,305
2012-2014 Sovereignty at the extremes: Micro-states and international relations theory JC Sharman $90,000
2011-2013 Decision making in international organisations: Who and what shapes decisions? P. Weller & Xu Yi-Chong $328,000
2010-2012 The changing roles, avenues and impacts of public interest whistleblowing in the era of secure online technologies AJ Brown, SK Milton, R.Bosua, MP Miceli $330,000
2009-2011Political reconciliation – Bougainville, East Timor and Solomon IslandsR. Jeffery$123,000
2009-2011 An Early Warning Framework for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities A.Bellamy & S.Davies $350,000
2009-2011 International organisations the legislative oversight: Improving governance in Asia and the Pacific R. Pelizzo $70,000
2009-2011 Meeting 2020 Targets: Effective transitions for renewable energy and beyond R.Hindmarsh $100,000
2009-2011 Democrats at War: Democratic Leadership in an International Context J.Kane & H.Patapan $150,000
2009-2011 The nexus between corruption and money laundering: Typologies and policy responses JC Sharman and DA Chaikin $200,000
2008-2011 Containing H5N1: the role of the WHO and East Asian states S.Davies $355,944
2008-2011 Nuclear giants? Prospects for nuclear energy in China and India Xu Yi-Chong $170,000

DECRA

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount
2018The Rise of Sophisticated Authoritarianism in Southeast AsiaLee Morgenbesser$331,248

2014

Maritime Security - South East Asia

Carolin Liss

$370,789

2012

The public face of the public service: the significance of bureaucratic leadership in Westminster systems

Dennis Grube

$358,890

2011

Does transitional justice make a difference? Implications for the Asia-Pacific region

Hun Joon Kim

$375,000

ARC Linkage grants

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount

2016-2019

Strengthening Australia's national integrity system: priorities for reform

A.J. Brown, J. Sharman, J. Ransley

$248,000

2016-2019

Investigate how peace agreements can advance women’s rights and participation after post-conflict and political transitions

S.Davies, J.True (administered through Monash University)

$553,000

2015-2017

Protecting while they prosper? Organisational responses to whistleblowing

A.J.Brown, P.Brough

$457,800

2010-2013

Political leadership in international affairs

J.Kane, H.Patapan, Lowy Institute, Yale University

$210,000

2009-2012

University of Melbourne: Poverty in the midst of plenty: Economic Empowerment, Wealth Create, and Reform for Sustainable Indigenous and local communities

M Langton, M Tehan, M Steward, L Godden, C O'Faircheallaigh, J Taylor, L Stelein

$480,000

2009-2010

From Post box to Policy Powerhouse: The Centenary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (won through the University of the Sunshine Coast)

P. Weller, J.Scott, B. Stevens

$93,000

ARC Future Fellowships

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount

2016

Contested multilateralism 2.0 and Asia Pacific Security

Kai He

$910,000

2015

Internationalisation of China’s currency

Steven (Hui) Feng

$649,501

2014

The initiative of successful health diplomacy

Sara Davies

$697,214

2012

Strengthening accountability for grand corruption crimes

Jason Sharman

$836,388

2010

Constructing the next Crisis: ideas, economic policy and the social Limits to Reform

Wes Widmaier

$565,103

ARC Centre for Research Excellence in Policing and Security

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount

2008-2010

Chief investigator’s share of $15,000,000

P.Weller

$970,000

Other international grants

Year Grant titleRecipient Grant amount

2016

Towards more effective renewable energy transitions in Korea (Australia-Korea Foundation)

R.Hindmarsh

$33,024

2013

Economic, social and environmental impacts of illegal mining in Bougainville

C O'Faircheallaigh, and A Regan

$613,267

2011

Leading from between: the challenge and promise of indigenous bureaucratic leadership (Canada)

C O'Faircheallaigh, C Althaus, G Van Dijk

$63,000

2012-2015

Norwegian Research Council, 'Systems of Tax Evasion and Laundering: Locating Global Wealth Chains in the Global Political Economy'

J Sharman, L Seabrooke, D Wigan, V Ali, E Tsingou, R Palan, D Marshall, B De Carvahlo

$600,000

2008-2012

Faroe Islands Research Council, 'Why No Tax Haven in the Faroes?'

J Sharman, G Weihe and L Seabrooke

$164,000

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