The search found 8 results in 0.105 seconds.
Many risks existing in the supply chain of green construction projects are poorly managed by traditional non-collaborative approaches leading to problems such as higher prices, inappropriate indoor environment quality, technological failures and legal battles that in turn adversely affect all stakeholders. To reduce the cases...
In this speech the Chairman of Australian Communications and Media Authority announced a public inquiry into customer service in the telecommunications industry.
Chris Chapman spoke of how poor customer service is damaging the reputation of the industry. He told the meeting of Australia’s telecommunications...
The 2009 Economic and Social Outlook Conference (5-6 November 2009) featured speakers from both sides of politics as well as other government and business leaders.
A range of experts spoke on a wide range of pertinent topics, including climate change, the economic recovery and...
This paper presents a preliminary study on hazard modeling, estimation, and mapping of extreme wind gusts for consideration of buildings and infrastructure in Australia.
Buildings and infrastructure provide essential support for the quality of life and are the founding blocks for social and economic...
This paper explores the potential use of environmental taxes in Australia in addition to the broad based and larger revenue raising taxes on income, consumption and assets.
Environmental taxes are one of the available policy intervention instruments for correcting market failures with the allocation...
Business Council of Australia President Graham Bradley says Australia should get on with the job of economic reform by refocusing on goals where there is already broad agreement, rather than dwelling on the challenges of a minority government.
In this 15 September speech to...
In this address to the session 'Managing the Growth Shock' at the Economic and Social Outlook Conference in Melbourne on 30 June 2011, Gary Banks discusses the role for policy in the current mining boom.
"Australia’s past reform successes have generally been founded on...
This paper considers three aspects of vocational education and training's (VET) contribution to the labour market
: the relationship between their training and the occupations VET graduates work in; the extent to which the qualified proportion of the workforce has increased; and the link...