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The Productivity Commission has been asked to undertake a 12-month inquiry into the competitiveness and efficiency of Australia's superannuation system. This paper was released to assist participants in preparing a submission.
The Productivity Commission has finalised its comprehensive framework to assess the efficiency and competitiveness of Australia's $2 trillion superannuation system.
The superannuation system is large, complex and has broad reach. This means even small system improvements can offer significant financial benefits to Australian workers,...
The Australian Government asked the Commission to investigate whether the efficiency and effectiveness of human services could be improved by introducing greater competition, contestability and informed user choice. The inquiry is to be undertaken in two parts. The first part is the...
The Australian superannuation system has grown rapidly since the introduction of the Superannuation Guarantee in 1992, both in terms of funds under management and coverage.
Almost all employed Australians contribute to superannuation. Collectively, Australians currently have around $2 trillion of assets in superannuation funds,...
This paper was released to assist participants in preparing a submission to the public inquiry into Human Services. It outlines a range of issues about which the Commission seeks information.
Background to the inquiry
The Competition Policy Review recommended that governments should,...
In 1995 the Australian, State and Territory Governments agreed to a program of competition policy reform. There has been substantial progress in the implementation of the National Competition Policy (NCP) over the past eight years, including in the related reform areas of electricity, gas, road...
The Commission is undertaking this inquiry under the twin (stage 2 and stage 3) terms of reference. This draft report brings together both streams of work to provide an overall assessment of the superannuation system and recommend policy changes.
This report contains the findings of the Productivity Commission's public inquiry into national competition policy. Released with the report was the supplement, Modelling Impacts of Infrastructure Industry Change over the 1990s.
Released 14 April 2005
The Productivity Commission has been asked to undertake a 12-month Inquiry into competition in Australia's financial system. This paper outlines the broad scope of the inquiry and is intended to assist people preparing a submission.
This inquiry focusses on competition in Australia’s financial system as a means to improve consumer outcomes, enhance the productivity and international competitiveness of the financial system and the broader economy, and support ongoing financial system innovation — without undermining financial stability objectives.