May 2000

Research report

15 May 2000

This paper, by Professor Ian Marsh and Brendan Shaw of AGSM, University of NSW, argues that the Australian wine industry has experienced remarkable change since the mid-1980s. Australia produces only 2% of world wine, but now holds 2.4% of the world wine market by volume...

Research report

5 May 2000

The Northern Rivers now has a critical mass of creative talent and is increasingly attracting experienced, networked professionals and entrepreneurs from other regions and cities. They are arriving in growing numbers, brining ideas, disposable capital and access to investment. There is ample evidence this growth...

Research report

5 May 2000

The Northern Rivers now has a critical mass of creative talent and is increasingly attracting experienced, networked professionals and entrepreneurs from other regions and cities. They are arriving in growing numbers, brining ideas, disposable capital and access to investment. There is ample evidence this growth...

Research report

1 May 2000

This paper, by Professor Ian Marsh and Brendan Shaw of AGSM, University of NSW, argues that the Australian wine industry has experienced remarkable change since the mid-1980s. Australia produces only 2% of world wine, but now holds 2.4% of the world wine market by volume...

Research report

1 May 2000

In this paper William Mitchell, Martin Watts and John Burgess argue that governments that have followed the ideas embodied in the OECD approach to economic reform have successfully reduced inflation but worsened the economic outcomes for a vast number of disadvantaged workers.

They argue...

Discussion paper

1 May 2000

Some key factors underlying the process of mobility in Indigenous households include access to resources ('demand sharing'), availability and quality of housing, overcrowding, conflict, the impact of death, and 'visiting' patterns.

The experience of CAEPR's community-level household survey suggests the need for a multi-dimensional,...

Research report

1 May 2000

This paper contains a summary of results for the 1999 election of 21 members to the New South Wales Legislative Council. The 1999 election will long be remembered for the imposing size of its ballot paper, with 264 candidates in 81 groups distributed across three...