TAG: Issues Paper
As top departmental heads rolled in the wake of the election of the Marshall Liberal Government, the question was asked: ‘What next for the public service?’
Debate over the size and shape of South Australia’s public sector is a perennial issue in political and business circles and the SA Centre for Economic Studies added its perspective […]
Australians are disenchanted with our current political environment. More than 70 per cent think that the system of government needs reform.¹ And, yet, given the opportunity to break out of the two-party malaise at the recent State election, South Australians chose the status quo. Voters were seemingly not prepared to add a major new player […]
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 […]
SACES’s Issues Paper series provides commentary on topical issues affecting South Australia and Australia, including global economic developments.
Papers prepared during the course of the year are now publicly available. These papers include:
Exceeding the Speed Limit: How Excessive Speeding Fines May Undermine Community Engagement with Government Road Safety Policies;
Should South Australians Really be “Down in the Mouth”? […]
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies has recently completed several papers as part of its Issues Paper series. These papers have been or are currently in the process of being sent to Corporate Members. A brief synopsis of each paper is provided below.
Exceeding the Limit: How Excessive Speeding Fines May Undermine Community Engagement with […]
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 […]
In an Issues Paper distributed to Corporate members in May 2011, author Dr Penny Neal considers competition in the banking sector, recent consolidation in the banking sector and implications for customers and appropriate policy responses to drive competition in the banking sector.
The decision by the major Australian banks to raise home loan interest rates by […]