TAG: economic policy
A new report has proposed a range of policy initiatives aimed at “reinventing the State economy” and boosting economic competitiveness in South Australia.
The recommendations have been made in the latest Economic Issues report by the independent South Australian Centre for Economic Studies (SACES) at the University of Adelaide. The Centre has a 36-year track record […]
Paul Kerin argues that export restrictions on liquefied natural gas recently announced by the Australian Government will delay needed reforms that would prove a better way to reduce domestic gas prices, and ultimately reduce national economic welfare. These arguments are made in his latest article for The Australian: “Gas curbs will hurt LNG exports and […]
The Centre periodically prepares Issues Papers which provide commentary on topical economic issues affecting South Australia and Australia, including relevant global economic developments. The list of available Issues Papers on the SACES website have now been updated (note that latest Issues Papers are reserved for Corporate Members).
Recent Issues Papers have focused on the topics of […]
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 […]
A new Economic Issues paper – Assisting Regions and Communities to Cope with Structural Change: Context, Objectives, Principles and Good Practice – was recently distributed to Corporate Members.
This paper is the final of three papers on regional issues with earlier papers exploring first, Re-Thinking the Approach to Regional Development in South Australia (EIP No. 28) […]
In this paper Dr Colin Rogers considers the current economic crisis in Greece and argues that the governance structure of the Euro is exacerbating the crisis with the potential to turn what is a liquidity crisis (following the flight of private capital) into a solvency crisis. The inability to use state-backed money requires the European […]
In December 2010, an Issues Paper on the topic of regional development in South Australia was distributed to Corporate Members.
In the paper, authors Michael O’Neil and Cliff Walsh argue that regional development in South Australia is an agenda without a policy framework or strategy. South Australia’s economic, social and environmental progress depend entirely on the […]