Tagged With Productivity Commission

Australia’s economic growth slowed in the last decade, according to a new Productivity Commission report – and it cost you $11,500

Australians are being unfairly prevented from fixing their own consumer goods, according to a new draft report into 'right to repair' protections

More than a quarter of VET student loans go unpaid. The Productivity Commission says Australia should collect those debts from the dead.

The Productivity Commission's 31 recommendations for Australia's superannuation system

A record run of economic growth has lifted living standards, but more than 2 million Australians still live in poverty

Opaque pricing, bad products, unnecessary fees: The Productivity Commission goes to town on the banks

The Productivity Commission is investigating the economics of Australia's airport monopolies

Unions say proposed changes to superannuation ignore the fact that super is a part of wages

Australians are bamboozled by a superannuation system that leaves them billions of dollars poorer

An official inquiry has found that a lack of competition is one reason why banks haven't passed on lower interest rates

Scott Morrison highlighted some damning facts on Australians' health that need tackling with big policy overhauls

Wikipedia says Australians 'break the law everyday' on copyright and has launched a reform campaign

Productivity Commission says people should have a 'comprehensive right' to control their personal data

Spending on Australian education is burning money because the system doesn't know how to use data

Australia's 'greatest author' went berserk, saying Malcolm Turnbull wants to destroy the book industry

A new IP report says copyright holders have too much power

The Productivity Commission says Australians should be able to watch the US version of Netflix

PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION: Sunday penalty rates for workers should be cut

Aussie Emergency Services could soon have their own internet

Tony Abbott rejects Productivity Commission idea to sell migration visas to the highest bidder