Economics

Article
20 March 2017

The dearth of women in leadership positions raises a red flag for the quality of Australia’s economic decision-making.

Research report
28 February 2017

This report was commissioned by the Blind Foundation to analyse the economic impact of improved access to employment for people with disabilities in New Zealand.

Journal article
6 January 2017

According to the concept of microfinance, financial institutions ought to contribute to sustainable economic and financial systems development by offering access to credit for clients who are...

Report
6 December 2016

Results of estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for each major capital city and region across Australia. Includes a summary of results, a detailed discussion of the economic performance of...

Article
18 November 2016

It’s hardly surprising that the International Monetary Fund has urged the federal government to spend more on infrastructure, writes Tim Colebatch.

Report
15 November 2016

Australia is transitioning from the mining boom with strong growth and relatively low unemployment, but has not been immune to symptoms of the “new mediocre”: the preliminary findings of IMF staff...

Report
3 November 2016

Examines the potential economic impacts of a Trump victory on the New Zealand economy.

Slides
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.

Article
16 October 2016

Economics – more than any other discipline – puts high value on the importance of individual choice, free markets, fierce competition and efficient outcomes. The dearth of senior female economists...

Policy
15 September 2016

This web site contains the UK Government's draft BBC Charter and draft Framework Agreement and various explanatory documents which set out how the corporation should be run, structured and funded...