Monthly Archives: September 2018

SA Data Wrap – SA’s unemployment rate ticks up

In today’s Data Wrap we review the latest Labour Force Survey and National Accounts results which provide some of the best insight into recent macroeconomic trends for the state. We also consider the latest winter crop forecasts which have a significant bearing on the agricultural regions of the state.
Unemployment ticks up as employment growth stalls
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Stretton Fellowship: The Value of Social Enterprise

SACES has published a new report on the Value of Social Enterprise, commissioned by the Stretton Centre, in conjunction with Housing SA, now operating as the South Australian Housing Authority (SAHA).
The report provides estimates of the social value of social enterprise using two case studies of projects operating in South Australia. The study found that […]

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South Australian Budget 2018/19

Yesterday Treasurer Rob Lucas brought down the Marshall Government’s first Budget.
The Budget foreshadows a significant contraction in the SA public sector’s share of the economy, with the ratio of expenses to GDP projected to fall from a little over 18 per cent of gross state product (GSP) in 2017/18 to 16.4 per cent of GSP […]

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