This PRP will draw on international comparative studies and analyses based on the ‘Intergenerational Report’ to explore and identify the roles of business, skills and education, workplace reforms and innovation, both public and private, in enhancing Australia’s long-term economic productivity.

This program aims to contribute to:

  • enhancing policy thinking through international comparative studies on productivity;
  • future analytical work conducted by the Australian Government in support of the Treasury’s Intergenerational Report;
  • emerging perspectives of the role and importance of innovation in both the private and public sectors, and;
  • identifying the role of business, skills and education, and other relevant social policy and workplace reforms that will influence long term productivity.


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