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The future of federalism

COAG Reform Council Chair Paul McClintock AO in conversation with Dr Daniel Connell of the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU.

Australia’s current reform agenda demands a high level of collaboration between our nation’s governments, but intergovernmental relations have long been the source of tension between the Commonwealth and States and Territories. In this video, Mr McClintock looks at the pitfalls of the funding arrangements and the attempts to fix them, and asks whether it is time for a major rethink of COAG governance and structures.

Mr Paul McClintock AO was at ANU to deliver the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation Public Lecture. The Sir Roland Wilson Foundation was established in 1998 with donations from ANU and the Wilson family estate to advance the study and development of public policy and management within Australia and and internationally.

COAG Reform Council Chair Paul McClintock in conversation with Dr Daniel Connell.

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