Business & Economics

30 July 2014

The trend for the number of new dwellings consented to in New Zealand is at its highest level since August 2007, according to this report.

29 July 2014

A full Social Return on Investment (SROI) report isn’t the only way to benefit from applying the SROI framework.

28 July 2014

This release presents information on the socioeconomic context of school achievement in Tasmania and the outcomes for Tasmanian Year 12 graduates and early school leavers, such as further study and participation in the labour market.

28 July 2014

This report argues that a new vision for funding health in Australia based on the Singapore model could be achieved by applying the principle of choice for those who wish for an alternative to Australia’s taxpayer-funded, universal health care system.

24 July 2014

A collection of statistical data on population developments in New Zealand.

23 July 2014

Has feckless Australia set itself up for a post-boom slump? Two new books see the prospects quite differently.

23 July 2014

Reviews the cost pressures that may confront the Australian economy if the Renewable Energy Target is to continue in its current form.

22 July 2014

The Palmer United Party recently announced its intention to block a number of government savings measures. This paper provides an overview of the distribution of those measures.

21 July 2014

New South Wales has performed strongly and is closing the growth gap on the mining dependent States such as Western Australia, according to this paper.

20 July 2014

The Abbott government and a group of investors are pinning their environmental hopes on a clean coal technology that is still in the very early stages of development.