TAG: Australian economy
University of Adelaide economists say that they expect the South Australian economy to continue growing in 2018/19.
However, growth expectations have been revised down during the course of 2018, as a consequence of slower growth internationally and nationally, and because of slow household income growth in South Australia.
The University’s South Australian Centre for Economic Studies (SACES) […]
University of Adelaide economists predict that South Australia’s economic growth will broadly mirror Australia’s and the global economy’s continued good performance. But there are risks from the United States’ anti-trade measures and the possibility that China will falter.
In its latest Economic Briefing Report, the University’s South Australian Centre for Economic Studies (SACES) predicts that global […]
Australian economy grows weakly
Australia’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rose by 2.0 per cent in 2016/17, according to the annual national accounts released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics last Friday. This GDP result is the weakest since 2008/09 (1.9 per cent) when the Global Financial Crisis triggered a global recession.
Disappointing GDP growth was in […]
A copy of the slides used by Steve Whetton in his presentation on the national and South Australian economies is available for download. The slide pack include a few additional slides not used in Steve’s presentation.
We are pleased to advise that Professor Ross Garnaut AO will be our guest speaker at a Luncheon to be held on Thursday, 10th March 2016 at the Intercontinental Adelaide (North Terrace, Adelaide). The title of his presentation is “South Australia and the Australian recovery from Dog Days”. A registration form has been sent to corporate […]
The Centre’s December 2015 Economic Briefing Report, which provides an analysis of recent developments in the South Australian, national and global economies, was launched today at a presentation held at Crowne Plaza Adelaide.
The report finds that recent data on unemployment are somewhat at odds with other economic indicators for the South Australian economy which suggest that the economy […]
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies of the Adelaide and Flinders Universities is hosting a special luncheon on Friday, 22 March 2013 to celebrate 30 years of the establishment of the Centre for Economic Studies and its contribution to economic policy, research and public policy in Australia and, in particular, South Australia. The luncheon […]
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies December 2012 Economic Briefing Report will be released this Friday, 14 December at a function to be held at the Crowne Plaza Adelaide (16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide).
The function includes a presentation on the situation and outlook for the South Australian economy, presented by Associate Professor Owen Covick.
Enquiries regarding […]
The global economy has experienced a slowdown in 2011 with the growing soverign debt crisis in Europe, a slower than anticipated recovery in the United States economy, the Great East Japan Earthquake and political unrest in some oil-producing countries. The implications of these developments for the Australian and South Australian economies together with other domestic […]
The Centre’s June 2011 Economic Briefing Report will be launched at the Economic Briefing Function on Friday, 24th June 2011. The function will be held at Santos Lecture Theatre (Room 126), Level 1, 10 Pulteney Street (Pulteney Tower), Adelaide, and will commence at 10am.
The function will include a presentation on the situation and […]