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Is there a financial rationale for building trains locally?

8 August 2022

New research shows that by taking into account the broader financial benefits of domestic manufacturing, building key transport infrastructure locally can be the fiscally smart decision.

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Making capital inclusive for all women

28 July 2022

We should reimagine how capital markets can better back women entrepreneurs, especially those at society’s margins, and boost women’s economic security more broadly. The design of a new venture capital fund announced by the NSW Government can demonstrate what’s possible.

Vafa Ghazavi

Future-proofing the Australian economy

25 July 2022

While Australia is doing well on full employment, it’s time to prepare for the next downturn by upgrading the economy’s recession-fighting toolkit.

Zac Gross

How immigration policy can help solve Australia’s underpayment of migrant workers

4 July 2022

Focusing on both employment law and how we design visas could help address the systemic underpayment of migrant workers.

Anna Boucher

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    Governments at all levels need a new mindset which places Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander shared decision making at the centre of policy development, design and delivery.

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