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The MYEFO report provides updated information to allow the assessment of the government's fiscal performance against the fiscal strategy set out in the current Budget Papers. This paper looks at the report's evidence on health spending.
The Treasurer must publicly release and table a...
In this edition of Macroeconomics’ Health Bulletin the Budget is examined in the context of the recently released National Health and Hospital Reform Commission’s Report.
The Bulletin finds that while the NHHRC report provides the Rudd Government with a reform blueprint, the time is...
The Indigenous Budget Bulletin is prepared by the Macroeconomics health team to help engender public debate and scrutiny of Indigenous budget policy.
The bulletins are published at least twice a year (coinciding with the release of the Budget and the Mid Year Economic and...
This discussion paper highlights the considerable health, social and economic consequences of climate change in the developing countries of the Pacific Ocean, where fragile environments, failing economies, poor population health, and a shortage of needed workforce skills mean there are fewer resources to prevent and...
How many of the government’s health policies have been implemented? Angela Beaton and Lesley Russell look at the record
WHILE the Rudd Government has delivered on quite a few of its pre-election commitments, obesity and dental health are two of the stand-out issues yet...