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Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre is an independent economic and social research centre intent on providing the evidence base needed for good public policy.
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Alan Duncan 9h
Listening to some great insights from CIO Andy Weir at the event: “We can’t apply yesterday’s thinking to tomorrow’s world of work. Diversity is key, with empowerment and digital enablement to ensure that people can work flexibly.”
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Dr. Shoshana Grossbard Jun 14
during a people reduce money spent on leisure or personal care and instead spending more time self-preparing things at home.
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 12
BCEC's shares her experience working as a research economist and making a difference. Read more:
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 11
Gender stereotypes and cultural norms from a child's family heritage continue to impact the academic performance of 1st and 2nd generation migrant children in Australia. Read more from BCEC, + research in :
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 7
There's a of at least $162,000 between the highest paid 10% of women and men. Read more in our BCEC | report:
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Alan Duncan Jun 6
A fine public finance lesson from and . Deficits that push WA's debt-revenue ratios over 50% buys a first-class ticket to trouble. A convincing journey back to 50% through spending restraint and consistent surpluses gets Moody's back onside.
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 5
In the last 5 years, the number of female CEOs has increased by 1.1ppts and by 4.4ppts for female Key Management Personnel. Read more in our BCEC | report:
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Austaxpolicy Jun 5
from & his colleagues propose housing tax reform pathways which have potential benefits for increased stability and the reduction of inequities in the housing market.
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 5
Catch up on the latest news from BCEC with our Autumn 2019 Newsletter: Read highlights from our recent research, staff news and learn about our upcoming events.
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 4
The number of women in CEO roles will equal the number of men in 2100 - in 80 years. Parity is expected in about 20 years for all other management roles. Read more in our BCEC | report:
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AMEC Jun 4
Dr Alexandra Heath, Head of Economic Analysis from Reserve Bank talking about what's in the crystal ball for mining 🔮
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AMEC Jun 4
Looking forward to hearing from Prof. Alan Duncan from and Cristiano Lima from Student Edge about the next gen workforce needed.
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 4
Is a policy based on home ownership going to fix the problems of housing affordability in this country? Our latest suggests not. Read more via
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RBA Jun 3
At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.25 per cent -
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 3
BCEC research from 's Simone Pettigrew finds most respondents surveyed were generally positive towards though some are still concerned about safety, trust, and control. Read more:
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BankwestCurtinEC Jun 2
Companies with formal policies for flexible work see a 7.5 ppts increase in part-time female managers. This increases to 13.6 ppts when coupled with Board reporting. Read more in our BCEC | report:
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Curtin University Jun 1
One-fifth of renters in WA are paying more than 40% of their income on housing costs, according to a new report released by . MORE:
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BankwestCurtinEC May 31
In the last 5 years, the number of female CEOs has increased by 1.1ppts and by 4.4ppts for female Key Management Personnel. Read more in our BCEC | report:
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Rodney Holmes May 31
Regional Qld worst for rental stress, report finds. "At crisis level in Qld" - "Low-income tenants also in crisis in city centres" - QSTARS "Treated housing as a commodity, should be a human right" - via
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Kirsten Holmes May 30
We need to create a viable long-term alternative to home ownership
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