Latest Podcast

12 July 2017

What are we listening to?

A conversation with Australian Perspectives Fellow Brendan Coates and Associate Lucille Danks featuring a number of Grattan staff discussing the rise of podcasts, why they’re listening and what they listen to on policy, politics… and just for fun.

5 July 2017

Chief Scientist Alan Finkel’s Review of the Security of the National Electricity Market – Sydney

Event Podcast: This Forward Thinking event followed the release of the Final Report of the Finkel Review. Dr Finkel and a panel of experts discussed how Australia can respond to challenges that our electricity system faces

5 July 2017

Australia’s budget woes – Canberra

Event Podcast: This Capital Ideas event explored the causes of repeated budget projection errors. Katharine Murphy, political editor at the Guardian, and 15-year veteran of the Canberra press gallery, discussed the issues with John Daley, CEO of the Grattan Institute, presenting new research from Grattan Institute’s work on budget policy.

4 July 2017

Energy Futures Seminar: Chief Scientist Alan Finkel’s Review of the Security of the National Electricity Market

Event Podcast: This Energy Futures Seminar followed the release of the Final Report of the Finkel Review. Dr Finkel and a panel of experts discussed how Australia can respond to challenges that our electricity system faces. Please note the sound quality for this recording is poor due to audio issues on the night.

4 July 2017

Gonski 2.0 – Where to from here

A conversation with School Education Program Director, Pete Goss. The Coalition’s Education Amendment Bill or Gonski 2.0 as its been coined, has passed through the senate. And while Gonski 2.0 is a step forward in school funding, this is just one aspect of improving Australia’s schools. So what will likely happen now? And what should happen next?

23 June 2017

Engaging students: creating better classroom environments for learning – Sydney

Event Podcast: In this Forward Thinking event, Dr Peter Goss, Grattan Institute School Education Program Director, hosted a panel of leading educators to explore: What is happening in Australia’s classrooms; how can schools and teachers create better classroom environments for learning; and, what policy changes would help schools the most.

21 June 2017

A look at Nuclear energy

A conversation with Energy Program Director Tony Wood and special guest – Director of Energy at the Breakthrough Institute, Jessica Lovering. Jessica has co-authored a number of reports and publications looking a Nuclear energy, including the recent How to make Nuclear Innovative. Jessica and Tony discuss what the future of Nuclear energy might be and what a Nuclear energy source would look like now compared to days past.

13 June 2017

Will the NSW Premier’s new housing plan make a difference?

A conversation with Australian Perspective Fellow Brendan Coates and Associate Trent Wiltshire. Sydney is ground zero for Australia’s booming housing market. And NSW is the latest government to released a plan to tackle growing public anxiety over housing affordability. But will the plan make a difference?

8 June 2017

What is a fair amount for university students to pay?

Event Podcast: In this Policy Pitch event, co-hosted by the Policy Shop podcast the following issues were examined: Why Australia has a hybrid public-private system of funding higher education; Consequences for the demand and supply of student places of Australia’s university funding system; Consequences for student and graduate finances of student charges and HELP repayments; and, Consequences for universities and the student experience.

2 June 2017

Improving health care by empowering patients: Reflections on the Productivity Commission’s draft report on human services

An interview with Health Program Director, Stephen Duckett. The productivity commission has released their draft report on competition and user choice in human services for comment. The report makes a number of recommendations for improving the provision of health care including caring for people at the end of their life as well as hospital and dental services.

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