• 26 June 2024

    Government has emerged as a decisive strategic investor in Australia, helping shape markets to address complex policy challenges. How did it get here and what can it do next?

    Simon Rowell

  • 2 May 2024

    Australia needs a more deliberate approach to industrial policy to achieve a productivity dividend within tight budget constraints – here’s how.

    Christopher Day

  • 26 October 2022

    Solving our biggest global challenges means putting people and communities at the centre of policymaking.

    Amanda Tattersall

  • 20 October 2022

    The Albanese government’s October budget presents an opportunity to transform the purpose and principles of economic policy.

    Alicia Mollaun

  • 9 September 2022

    While reforms to improve the quality of aged care are welcome, the government must also consider how to resource providers to meet higher standards.

    Nelson Ma, David Brown

  • 5 September 2022

    While reforms to improve the quality of aged care are welcome, the government must also consider how to resource providers to meet higher standards.

    Nelson Ma, David Brown

  • 31 August 2022

    The new Labor government has a historic opportunity to boost young people’s wellbeing as part of its economic agenda—here’s how.

    Travers McLeod

  • 30 August 2022

    Is now the moment to (re)introduce an independent "buffer body" for the tertiary sector that will enable universities to respond to future jobs, skills and research needs?

    Libby Hackett

  • 18 August 2022

    While fiscal stimulus applied during the COVID-19 crisis has boosted employment, the much bigger challenge remains productivity and wage stagnation. This will require an ambitious national reform agenda to transform Australian industry.

    Roy Green

  • 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