14 June 2020
Australia should launch a $1 billion, six-month tutoring blitz to help 1 million disadvantaged school students recover learning lost during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
24 May 2020
Australia should dump the decades-old dream of building an east-coast bullet train, and we should be wary of expensive promises to upgrade regional rail lines.
10 May 2020
Australia has an historic opportunity to create a multi-billion-dollar, export-focused manufacturing sector based on globally competitive renewable energy.
19 April 2020
Between 14 and 26 per cent of Australian workers could be thrown out of work as a direct result of the coronavirus shutdown, and the crisis will have an enduring impact on jobs and the economy for years to come.
21 March 2020
Ten of thousands of lives depend on the policy choices Australia makes now. None of the options is pleasant, but one is less bad than the others.
9 February 2020
A new career path for expert teachers could boost student learning by 18 months by age 15. Australian students’ performance is falling in international tests. Here’s how we can better use our best teachers to improve teaching.
2 February 2020
Our analysis of 80,000 federal workplace agreements shows that about 80 per cent of the cost of increases in super is passed to workers through lower wage rises within the life of an enterprise agreement.
3 December 2019
The only way that private hospital insurance can survive as Australia’s population ages is to make insurance cheaper for younger, healthier people.
2 December 2019
Six books Scott Morrison should read over the summer holidays (and you might like them too).
25 November 2019
Private health insurance premiums could be cut by up to 10 per cent if private hospitals were made more efficient. And patients would save a further $350 million a year if greedy doctors stopped charging more than twice the Medicare Benefits Schedule fee.