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This expenditure report provides estimates of the levels and patterns of Australian, State and Territory government expenditure on services relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Data are available for 2015-16, with historical data provided for 2012-13, 2010-11 and 2008-09.
This paper was released on 20 September 2016 to assist participants in preparing a submission to the public inquiry into Superannuation Alternative Default Models. It outlines a range of issues about which the Commission is seeking information.
Initial submissions are due by Friday 28...
This speech was given by the Chairman of the Productivity Commission to the Australian Competition Policy Summit 2015'
In 2013, the Australian Government announced that there would be the first comprehensive review of competition policy in Australia in a generation....
This report resulted from a request by the Council of Australian Governments to conduct a preliminary high-level review of sixteen areas of policy reform, aimed at improving productivity.
The paper was provided on 29 June 2012 to the cross jurisdictional Taskforce established to advise...
This research report for the study on the impacts of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Reforms: Business Regulation and Vocational Education and Training (VET). The report has three sections detailing an overview, Business Regulation and VET.
Effective economic reform promotes productivity growth and...
This review contains the Productivity Commission's latest quantitative estimates of Australian government assistance to industry. This year's review also explores how Australia should best respond to the USA using its leverage to protect their domestic industries.
The basic premise of HFE - fiscal equity in the Australian federation - has broad support, although it is now under significant strain as Western Australia's share of the GST has fallen to an extreme low.
This review contains the Productivity Commission's latest quantitative estimates of Australian government assistance to industry. This year's review also provides information on tax concessions and budgetary outlays that may be construed as assistance. A theme chapter discusses the future of the world trading system.