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The Disability Markets Survey is the fourth in a series of studies to monitor change in the supply of disability services, business conditions and the operations of disability services providers in Australia.
This first report of the Market Design and Evolution for Better Outcomes Research Program provides a snapshot of the financial status of 180 Disability Service Organisations from across Australia for the 2014-15 financial year. It also provides a baseline against which change can be compared.
Disability services market report 2018: the business confidence and financial sustainability of the disability service sector
This report summarises data from the 2017 Disability Markets Survey, the fifth in a longitudinal series of studies undertaken by National Disability Services to monitor change in the supply of disability services, business conditions and the operations of disability services providers in Australia.
Australia’s disability services sector 2017: report 2 financial performance summary of key findings (National Benchmarking Project)
This second report of the Market Design and Evolution for Better Outcomes Research Program provides a snapshot of the changes in the financial performance of a Panel of 154 disability service providers between 2014/15 and 2015/16 as they transition into the National Disability Insurance Scheme...
This report summarises research conducted into mergers of disability services providers during the period since 2014. It forms part of The Market Designs and Evolutions for Better Outcomes Research Program. Key findings The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and the quasi-market model...
This article argues that interest in collaboration reflects a growing recognition that the traditional bureaucratic model of public administration is not up to the task of addressing complex social problems. Collaboration most often occurs in dynamic environments in which multiple logics are in play.
The Australian Charities 2013 Report reveals that Australian charities employ nearly 1 million people. Additionally, charities manage around 2 million volunteers. The sector has a combined total income of more than $100 billion, growing by 2 per cent annually since 1990 Over 90 per cent...
The three sector solution: delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business
This collection of essays had its origins in a one-day workshop held in August 2015 at The Australian National University.