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19 March 2017

State governments should be wary of following the Turnbull Government’s advice to introduce “value capture” schemes to fund major new transport projects.

14 March 2017

Competition in electricity retailing hasn’t delivered what was promised - lower prices for consumers. 

5 February 2017

Australia’s education system needs comprehensive reform to tackle widespread student disengagement in the classroom.

4 January 2017

This presentation discusses the concentration of economic growth in cities - and the implications for productivity.

4 December 2016

This report argues that a 15% loan fee on all new tertiary education lending could save the Commonwealth $700 million a year and make the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) more affordable for...

27 November 2016

This report contends that a new deal among governments and school systems can end Australia’s toxic school funding debate and transform teaching and learning in schools, without costing the...

22 November 2016

This new Grattan Institute report argues that Australia should introduce a tax on sugary drinks to recoup some of the costs of obesity to the community.

20 November 2016

This report argues that the Commonwealth government could save about $1 billion a year by winding back tax breaks for older Australians that are unduly generous and have no sensible policy...

27 October 2016

Policy, especially in housing, is struggling to keep up, as Grattan CEO, John Daley, shows in this presentation to the Melbourne Economic Forum.

25 October 2016

Dr Peter Goss considers school age population growth and its impact on schools planning.

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30 November 2016

The Infrastructure Plan recommends publication of full project business cases and robust post-completion reviews once a project has been delivered. How disappointing, then, that the government is...

24 October 2016

An expert panel responds to Treasurer Scott Morrison's vision for increasing home ownership. 

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