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This paper introduces MARTIN – the Reserve Bank of Australia's current model of the Australian economy. MARTIN is an economy-wide model used to produce forecasts and conduct counterfactual scenario analysis.
The report identifies policy settings that have contributed to differences in outcomes across generations in Australia. It looks ahead to what an ageing population might mean for the economic future of today’s young.
This research modelled ways to best finance and fund social housing, revealing that a capital investment strategy, supplemented by efficient financing, is substantially more cost-effective than a commercially-financed model reliant on an operating subsidy.
This briefing note shows that just three specific actions by the Commonwealth government would lead to a significant rise in national wage growth, adding over $10 billion per year to aggregate wage income within three years.
This polling indicates that the Liberal Party is losing grip on their ‘better economic manager’ brand recognition, with young voters (18-34 year olds) overwhelmingly rating the Labor Party as the better economic manager in government.
This discussion paper explores the economic impact of the Australian Investment Guarantee, an economic policy initiative of the Australian Labor Party that they are taking to the 2019 federal election.
This analysis considers how 2019–2020 federal budget measures, including $328 million for prevention measures and frontline services under the 'Our Investment in Women's Safety' package, contribute to addressing violence against women and their children.