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• In August 2003, the Treasurer asked the Productivity Commission to conduct a public inquiry into the affordability of housing for first home buyers.
• The backdrop: – since 1996, house prices had more than doubled; 80% up in real terms (half of which...
The scale, pace and nature of the changes that the NDIS is driving are unprecedented in Australia. To reach the estimated 475 000 participants in the scheme by 2019 20, the NDIA needs to approve hundreds of plans a day and review hundreds more. The...
The NDA is a high level agreement between the Commonwealth and State and Territory Governments, signed in 2008 (with a 2009 commencement) and then updated in 2012. It spans many aspects of disability policy, service provision, performance assessment and reporting. This issues paper has been...
In this consultancy report for the PC, Erwin Diewert and Denis Lawrence of Meyrick and Associates identify and implement improvements in practical welfare measurement beyond the conventional average income or GDP per capita measure, and gauge the welfare contributions of productivity and the terms of...
This Productivity Commission study aims to identify effective regulatory approaches, highlight examples of best practice regulation in Australia and internationally, and examine where successful relationships have been developed between the resources sector and the communities in which resources companies operate.
This Productivity Commission research report examines the productivity, labour supply and fiscal implications of likely demographic trends over the next forty years, to further improve understanding of the challenges and opportunities resulting from an ageing Australia.
Released with the report were eleven technical papers...
This report looks at the provision of financial services and the interaction of market participants, issues facing the consumers of financial services and the functions and activities of the regulators.