Category: South Australian economy
Should South Australians Really be “Down in the Mouth”?
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies recently published the first of four papers in its Economic Issues series. The series reviews South Australia’s historical macroeconomic performance and attempts to highlight sustainable comparative advantages. The first paper sets the scene with a review of the state’s macroeconomic performance over the last two decades; it is available […]
Where to from here for South Australia?
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies recently published the second paper in its Economic Issues series. This latest paper examines the prospects for growth through a more detailed examination of the state’s manufacturing sector, including the role that the state government can play in assisting the potential to be realised; it is available at: Where […]
Need for tax reform
A new report by Deloitte Access Economic, cited in today’s Advertiser (“A better mix for tax system”, p.51), echoes the case for tax reform that Christopher Findlay and I made in our recent article in The Australian (available at: Cut costly stamp duties, company taxes with an efficient land levy). In that article, we proposed […]
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