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Human capital theory supports the view that people with higher levels of education and lower incidences of chronic illness should have higher labour productivity. This paper examines the Australian evidence.
Hourly wages can be used as an indicator of labour productivity. While wages are...
Heads of government (now the Council of Australian Governments or COAG) established the Review of Government Service Provision (the Review) to provide information on the effectiveness and efficiency of government services in Australia. A Steering Committee, comprising senior representatives from the central agencies...
This paper sets out the main issues being considered by the Commission in this new inquiry.
The federal government has directed the Commission to give consideration to and advise on:
• demand for the workforce’s services, with particular regard to the skill sets...
Examines the Vocational Education and Training sector, the context in which it operates and the implications this has for workforce composition and development.
The Productivity Commission has been asked by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG), through the Australian Government, to undertake a study...
Governments spent over $136 billion on the services covered in this year's report, equivalent to around 13 per cent of Australia's national income.
The report covers:
• Children's services • School education • Vocational education and training • Police services • Court...