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Agenda - A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform

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20 Nov 2014

Abstract: Departments of economics in Australia have not fared well recently. Many have been closed, merged or relocated, their staff made redundant while economics degrees and majors have been eliminated. This article tries to understand why academic economics appears to be...

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20 Nov 2014

Examines the consequences of penalty rates for employment, productivity, profitability and consumer welfare.

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As a result of decisions by numerous state and federal commissions and tribunals, most recently the Fair Work Commission, penalty rates have become...

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22 Jul 2010

If we accept that the market price for currency exchange does not always gravitate towards an equilibrium rate, as assumed by free market adherents, this paper asks what level of intervention is needed.

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17 Sep 2008

Deforestation and the degradation of native forests account for an estimated 20 per cent of Australia’s annual net greenhouse-gas emissions. Most of the degradation occurs via chip exports, with the plantation sector having captured 80 per cent of wood processing in Australia. Being perfect...

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17 Sep 2008

Vertical fiscal imbalance is the root cause of intergovernmental conflict in the Australian federation, and un-remedied will limit the dividends of any revitalised Council of Australian Governments. This paper argues the while the GST has been an effective growth tax, it has exacerbated...

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01 Jan 1997

Over the past 20 years the number of income distribution and poverty studies in Australia has increased enormously. Surveys undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), particularly the Income Distribution Surveys (IDS) and the Household Expenditure Surveys (HES), contain detailed...

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