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In this speech, delivered to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle Wellington, the Secretary to the Treasury discusses major economic transitions facing New Zealand, including globalisation, technological change, demographic change and environmental change.
ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims, delivered a speech to the Australian Conference of Economists, discussing a number of inquires the ACCC is involved with, including: the digital platforms inquiry, the retail electricity prices inquiry, and the consumer data right.
Budget speech 2016-17, delivered by Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison.
Australians know that our future depends on how well we continue to grow and shape our economy as we transition from the unprecedented mining investment boom to a stronger, more diverse, new economy. They know...
On Thursday Thursday 14 May, the Hon Peter O’Neill, MP CMG, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, delivered an address to the Lowy Institute.
In his address, Prime Minister O’Neill reflected on Papua New Guinea’s place in the world as it celebrates 40 years...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced the commissioning of a White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century, at a luncheon hosted by Asialink and the Asia Society AustralAsia Centre.
"Asia has never been of greater global significance and as global economic and...
In this address to the session 'Managing the Growth Shock' at the Economic and Social Outlook Conference in Melbourne on 30 June 2011, Gary Banks discusses the role for policy in the current mining boom.
"Australia’s past reform successes have generally been founded on...
Business Council of Australia President Graham Bradley says Australia should get on with the job of economic reform by refocusing on goals where there is already broad agreement, rather than dwelling on the challenges of a minority government.
In this 15 September speech to...
This paper shows that the proposed reforms would consolidate the existing family tax system, which clearly fails in terms of both fairness and disincentives. In the early 1980’s Australia had a highly progressive individual income tax and universal family payments. The paper proposes a return...
Full papers from ACE09, held at the University of Adelaide, 28-30 September 2009, are available to download.
The Conference was organised by the South Australian Branch of the Economic Society of Australia. The Program Chair was Professor Jonathan Pincus, Visiting Professor in...