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City Limits: Why Australia’s cities are broken and how we can fix them

REPORT

by Jane-Frances Kelly and Paul Donegan


Grattan Institute’s first book, City Limits: Why Australia’s cities are broken and how we can fix them, by Jane-Frances Kelly and Paul Donegan, is now available at bookstores and through Melbourne University Publishing.

GRATTAN TV

11 March 2015

City Limits Book Launch Melbourne

Launch events in Melbourne and Sydney for Grattan Institute’s first book, City Limits: Why Australia’s cities are broken and how we can fix them, by Jane-Frances Kelly and Paul Donegan.

NEWS & OPINION

23 March 2015

Electricity charges for some Victorian households up to $800 more than they need to be

Deregulating retail electricity prices has pushed up some customers’ bills by $800 a year in Victoria and they don’t even know it.

EVENTS

21 April 2015

Crisis, what crisis? Should tax reform fix Commonwealth and State budgets?

John Daley, Grattan Institute CEO will host an expert panel to discuss the most attractive options for repairing Commonwealth and State revenues.

 

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