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This draft report examines the effectiveness of the multiple-regulator model in supporting a single national consumer policy framework, and invites feedback from the public.
This draft report was released on 8 December 2016. You are invited to examine the draft report and to make...
In her speech to the CSIRO-Monash Superannuation Research Cluster Conference 2016 in Melbourne, the Productivity Commission's deputy chair says evidence based research is a critically endangered beast.
Good morning. And welcome to the 2016 CSIRO-Monash Superannuation Conference.
Today, you will...
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...
This paper was released on 7 November 2016 to assist participants in preparing a submission to the inquiry into Australia’s productivity performance.
It outlines a range of issues about which the Commission is seeking information.
This paper outlines:the context in which...
The Productivity Commission is recommending a major overhaul of Australia's data policy framework, including the introduction of a Comprehensive Right to give people more control over their data. Changes in the way business and government manage people's data needs to be a priority if Australia...
The Productivity Commission has called on those interested in the future direction of telecommunications in Australia to contribute to its new public inquiry on the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation.
The Productivity Commission released today an issues paper to help people prepare their submissions or...
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...
Presents an assessment of the benefits and costs of temporary and permanent immigration, with regard to the budgets and balance sheets of Australian governments, and the income, wealth and living standards of Australian citizens.
Key pointsImmigration policy has enduring effects on...
Commonwealth, State and Territory governments are responsible for the management of Australian fisheries within their respective jurisdictions. Regulations are used to implement controls, such as limits on catch or effort levels, and regulate fishing methods in order to manage Australia's fisheries in a way that...