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ACIL Allen Consulting

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Report

17 Aug 2018

Countries around the world are under increasing pressure to decarbonise their economies. There is growing interest in the production and use of hydrogen as a potential scalable and versatile mechanism for achieving this aim. If the global demand for hydrogen increases as a consequence, then...

Report

A preliminary view of the economic impact of development
6 Aug 2018

This resource outlines the findings from a preliminary assessment by ACIL Allen into offshore oil exploration and development in the Great Australian Bight, emphasising the economic benefits that would be realised by South Australia.

Report

11 Jun 2018

This report outlines why Western Australia would be an ideal home for the Australian National Space Agency, citing WA's geographic advantages and expertise in the space industry, which both align with the objectives of the Australian Space Agency.

Research report

16 Jan 2018

This independent review of the social and economic impact of gambling in Tasmania examines he policy context and structure of the gambling industry, trends in gambling expenditure and government revenue, the economic footprint of the gambling industry, and reports on interviews with gamblers and affected...

Report

21 Nov 2017

This report has been prepared for the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS). The terms of reference for this work are set out in Appendix A. It was prepared before the announcement that the Commonwealth Government will establish an Australian Space Agency.

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Report

A preliminary view of the economic impact of development
6 Aug 2018

This resource outlines the findings from a preliminary assessment by ACIL Allen into offshore oil exploration and development in the Great Australian Bight, emphasising the economic benefits that would be realised by South Australia.

14 Nov 2012

There is a strong imperative for coordinated action to address current and looming skill shortages in the wider agricultural sector, writes Luke Condon for The Allen Consulting Group .

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A recent Senate committee into higher education and skills training to support...

22 Oct 2012

In the current economic environment, identifying the impacts of government funded projects is important. Fiscal constraints and efficiency savings have put a strain on many government policies and programs and associated organisations, leading to greater focus on the demonstration of impacts by the recipients of...

Commentary

13 Sep 2012

No link to this document is available. if you can provide a link please contact admin@apo.org.au .

Complex public policy issues often require collaborative responses that cross departmental lines. Examples of such issues include climate change, social inclusion, literacy and numeracy, and health inequalities....

Research report

1 Jul 2012

This study estimates the economic, environmental and social impacts of the Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program since it commenced in 1991 and out to 2017. Nearly 120 past and present CRCs have contributed to the study.

Between 1991 and 2017 almost $14.5...

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