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Peter Brain

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Melbourne: how big, how fast and at what cost?

Melbourne is undergoing a high rate of population growth, when compared with international cities in developed countries. This paper documents the impact of population growth on income earning capacity and on some social outcomes.
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The port of Port Kembla: its current significance and its potential to contribute to the development of the New South Wales economy.

The port of Port Kembla not only makes a significant contribution to the economy of the Illawarra region, but has the potential to substantially build on its current contribution. Ports are important generators of economic activity. The most direct and obvious contribution to economic activity...
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The future of Australian manufacturing: the implications of Free Trade Agreements for industry development and Australia's manufacturing regions

This discussion paper "The Future of Australian Manufacturing: The Implications of Free Trade Agreements for Industry Development in Australia's Manufacturing Regions" brings together the findings from the AUSFTA Report and the discussion papers released as part of the NIEIR-AMWU work program. It also supplements this...
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What would a climate-adapted settlement look like in 2030? A case study of Inverloch and Sandy Point

Abstract The issue considered by this research report revolves around the broad themes or questions such as: what are we adapting to?; who or what adapts?; and, how does adaptation occur? The challenge that these questions create is that the concept of an adapted settlement...
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