Productivity Commission

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Link to organisation: http://www.pc.gov.au/

Source Acronym: PC

Owning Institution: Government of Australia

Source Type: Government

Research report
21 April 2017

This initial report considers the geographic impacts of the transition of the Australian economy following the resources investment boom.

Draft report
29 March 2017

This Productivity Commission inquiry is aimed at developing alternative models for a formal competitive process for allocating default superannuation fund members to superannuation products.

Report
28 March 2017

This Productivity Commission report has concluded that agriculture regulations and regulatory systems need to be reformed so they can more fully achieve their objectives.

Discussion paper
16 March 2017

This issues paper has been released to assist participants in preparing a submission to the public inquiry into National Water Reform. It outlines a range of issues about which the Commission is...

Presentation
24 February 2017

The Deputy Chair of the Productivity Commission presented this speech on copyright and the concept of fairness to the Australian Digital Alliance Forum.

Discussion paper
22 February 2017

This issues paper has been released to assist participants in preparing a submission to the study into National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) costs, outlining a range of issues about which...

Guide
3 February 2017

This guide has been developed to assist with navigating the Report on Government Services web pages published by the Productivity Commission.

Report
20 December 2016

In undertaking this inquiry, the Productivity Commission was asked to consider whether current arrangements provide an appropriate balance between access to ideas and products, and encouraging...

Report
8 December 2016

This draft report examines the effectiveness of the multiple-regulator model in supporting a single national consumer policy framework, and invites feedback from the public.

Report
6 December 2016

This draft report explores the future direction of a universal service obligation in an evolving telecommunications market, and invites feedback from the public.

Content Associated with Productivity Commission

Submission
31 August 2016

The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) welcomes the opportunity to provide further input to the Productivity Commission (PC) during Stage 1 of its investigation into the...

Journal article
8 December 2008

In this 'Colin Clark Memorial Lecture' at the University of Queensland in August 2008, Gary Banks, Chairman of the Productivity Commission challenges the Australian Government to consider the...

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