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This paper finds that while the NSW economy is currently in a relatively strong headline position, largely off the back of the housing market, other areas of the State economy need to perform over the longer run if economic growth is to be sustained once...
The New South Wales economy has overtaken Western Australia where the fading mining boom has seen it lose ground in terms of population growth, retail trade and investment.
The New South Wales economy has been in the headlines this quarter following...
Summary: This statistical indicators publication sets out labour force trends for the 13 regions of Regional NSW for the period May 2000 to May 2014. It is a companion paper to the Research Service publications, Labour force trends in Greater Sydney and NSW regional...
Summary: This statistical indicators publication sets out NSW regional labour force trends by labour force indicator for the period May 2000 to May 2014. It is a companion paper to the Research Service publications, Labour force trends in Greater Sydney and Labour force trends...
New South Wales has performed strongly and is closing the growth gap on the mining dependent States such as Western Australia, according to this paper.
The Australian economy is continuing to show signs of recovery, underpinned by strong growth in resource...
This release updates statistical information on key economic indicators, thereby presenting an updated snapshot of the New South Wales economy and providing relevant points of comparison with other Australian States and Territories.
According to the RBA Statement on Monetary Policy, growth...
Summary: The New England-North West region (also known as the Northern Inland) has experienced substantial changes. During the nineteenth century the driving forces in production and employment were primary production and mining. During the twentieth century the predominant area of employment became the services...
This paper summarises the history and various jurisdictions of industrial relations in Australia.
Constitutional Foundations: For most of the 20th century, Commonwealth industrial relations law was based on the conciliation and arbitration power of the Commonwealth Constitution (s...
Aim: To determine whether the fine amount, the fine detection mode and the socioeconomic status of the offender influence the willingness to pay a fine.
Method: Adults from NSW were surveyed about their experience with traffic fines and willingness to pay fines....
Examines the Richmond-Tweed region in New South Wales, looking at its administrative and productive structure and the influences that currently bear on it.
The Richmond-Tweed region (also known as the Northern Rivers) has experienced substantial changes. During the nineteenth century the...