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The Recovery Book: what Australian governments should do now

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by John Daley, Danielle Wood, Brendan Coates, Stephen Duckett, Julie Sonnemann, Marion Terrill and Tony Wood

To help Australia recover from the COVID-19 recession, the Government should inject $70 billion to $90 billion in extra economic stimulus, including revamping and extending JobKeeper.

NEWS

29 July 2020

Aged care deaths should have been prevented

As the baby boomers reach their 80s, many more Australians will need aged care. Most won't want what's currently on offer.

NEWS

29 July 2020

Sweden is no model for Australia on coronavirus

Loose restrictions make the virus harder to control. And when the virus is out of control, people die and the economy suffers.

PODCAST

27 July 2020

The future of Grattan and policy in Australia

This week on the podcast, John Daley interviews our new CEO, Danielle Wood, on the future of Grattan, the importance of public trust in institutions, and her optimism in the potential for policy change in Australia.

 

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