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Productivity Comm Oct 17
Our first 'What Works' review released today – looks at what works to support carers of older people with dementia to delay entry into residential aged care.
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Productivity Comm Oct 16
The transcript of the Mildura public hearing for our Murray-Darling Basin Plan inquiry is now available.
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Productivity Comm Oct 14
Our Annual Report 2017-18 was tabled in Parliament today, and is available on our website.
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Productivity Comm Oct 10
Our Deputy Chair, Karen Chester, asks and answers why equity should be the running mate to economic growth. Read her Economic & Social Outlook Conference speech delivered today in Melbourne
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Melbourne Institute Oct 10
Karen Chester, Deputy Chair of is speaking on education, jobs, health and superannuation and their unique roles in growth and equity
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The Policy Shop Oct 10
Strong call for effective government & an end to tribal policy wars by Karen Chester
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Productivity Comm Oct 2
submissions due next week - 10 October - then public hearings are being held from 12 October. Make a submission and/or register to attend a hearing:
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Josh Frydenberg Sep 26
Good to catch up with Productivity Commission Chair, Michael Brennan & Deputy Chair, Karen Chester. The Commission has been a driver of important economic reforms for Australia & I look forward to working with them
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Productivity Comm Sep 26
OPPORTUNITY: The Commission is now seeking applications for Research . Apply online
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Productivity Comm Sep 25
The draft report submissions due in 2 weeks ( 10 October 2018). Examine the draft report and make a submission or comment.
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Productivity Comm Sep 18
We have several speakers at on 11-12 October. If you’re interested in attending you can find out more here
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Productivity Comm Sep 17
5-year assessment inquiry: We have added an option to hold a public hearing in . Register to attend:
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Productivity Comm Sep 17
The Productivity Commission invites parties to register their interest in appearing before a public hearing. Hearings in Sydney and Canberra in October 2018. Register to attend:
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Productivity Comm Sep 12
Executive Manager, Ralph Lattimore, is presenting ‘Towards Integrated Care’ to the 14th Australian Disease Management Association National Conference. Read the program: (PDF)
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Productivity Comm Sep 9
New Secretary, Phillip Gaetjens, drew upon our 'Rising inequality?' paper in his delivery of the Bateman Lecture at the University of Western Australia . He talked out growth across the .
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Productivity Comm Sep 9
If you want to make a brief comment on the implementation of the , head to our website. Have more than a comment? Make a submission
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DTA Sep 7
Our data is your data - come and get it -ers!
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Productivity Comm Sep 6
The is important & shouldn't be allowed to fail. Our report has recommendations to give the Plan every chance of success
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Productivity Comm Sep 5
Chair, Peter Harris speaks to in the podcast 'Competition Lore' about the Right. Listen to the podcast
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Productivity Comm Sep 4
The has achieved some positive environmental outcomes but next phase is complicated & important that Basin Governments put time & effort to get it right
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