2015 Most Viewed - Business & Economics

The most popular Business & Economics publications posted on Policy Online during 2015.

Report
5 March 2015

This fourth Intergenerational Report contains analysis of the key drivers of economic growth – population, participation and productivity – and examines what projected changes in these areas mean...

Discussion paper
30 March 2015

This paper is intended to start a national conversation on tax reform and invites submissions from the public.

Report
16 June 2015

This report focuses on what jobs and skills Australia needs to develop to ensure its economy continues to grow and diversify.

Report
29 January 2015

An approach that puts emphasis on increased contestability and student choice can maximise the public value for the government’s investment in VET, according to this report.

Discussion paper
31 July 2015

As a response to worrying levels of youth disengagement and unemployment, this paper considers youth transitions and pathways via 11 themes: policy; consultation; funding / youth specific programs...

Report
21 April 2015

An estimated four to six per cent of Australia's population experiences chronic or persistent poverty or deprivation.

Report
8 May 2015

This report argues that Australia's housing market is not meeting the needs of all Australians, which is reflected in declining home ownership rates, and recommends extensive reforms.

Report
25 February 2015

This report argues that a 40% renewable energy target would provide an earlier tipping point to trigger major solar investment.

Report
6 March 2015

Mining plays a small role in the economy of the Southern Highlands, according to this report.

Report
18 March 2015

This report provides an overview of Maori who run their own business (self-employed, either working alone or employing others).