30 April 2014
Saul Eslake delivers the Shann Memorial Lecture at the University of Western Australia.
18 March 2014
The Policy Pitch – Grattan Institute and the State Library of Victoria held this event featuring the Lowy Institute for International Policy.
13 March 2013
Grattan Institute is taking part in the Alliance 21 project that is exploring shared policy interests between Australia and the United States, and providing an independent assessment of the future of the US-Australia alliance.
20 August 2012
John Daley, Grattan CEO, spoke to an Economic Society of Australia event at the University of Melbourne on the high dollar as part of a panel with Professor W. Max Corden of Melbourne University and Ross Gittins from the Sydney Morning Herald.
25 July 2012
Why Australian governments must act now to sustain Australia’s growth. IPAA WA hosted this important discussion about economic reform imperatives.
4 July 2012
If Australian governments are serious about raising rates of economic growth, they must reform the tax mix and increase the workforce participation rates of women and older people.
13 June 2012
Grattan Institute’s report Game-changers: reform priorities for economic growth in Australia was released 7 June.
12 June 2012
If Australian governments are serious about raising rates of economic growth, they must reform the tax mix and increase the workforce participation rates of women and older people. There’s nothing else big enough to change the game over the next decade.
10 February 2010
Dr Geoff Mulgan, Director of the Young Foundation, is one of the world’s leading experts on social and organisational innovation. Straight from ANZSOG, he gave a mid afternoon seminar for Grattan Institute, sharing his knowledge about social and organisational innovation, what it is and how to it can be applied in Australian cities. He discussed his current research on the changing social needs of society.
1 October 2009
Australian economic policy makers face any number of challenges at the moment and it is not possible to do justice to them in 5-10 minutes.