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We need to be clear about the nature of the problem before judging the value of new measures, writes Peter Whiteford.
Health is a key component of individual and social wellbeing. Furthermore, the health of a population is a key driver of labour and capital investment and consequent economic growth. Good health can lead to higher gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in the long run...
This staff working paper is part of a stream of Productivity Commission research focused on labour participation issues, which commenced with the Commission's study for CoAG on the Economic Implications of an Ageing Australia (8408) .
The primary focus of this paper is to estimate future growth in the Australian dental labour force and subsequently model the future capacity of the dental labour force to supply dental visits in Australia. Projections to the year 2015 of the dentist, dental therapist, dental...
In this article, P.N. Junankar compares the labour market reforms of the Coalition government in the second half of the 1990s with those of the former Labor government in the first half. Though economic growth was the same for both governments, the improvement in aggregate,...