Public Economics: Principles and Practice has been a standard reference for the interactions of governments and society. It was first published in 2003 by Peter Abelson, who is an Associate of Synergies . It is wonderful that this authoritative source is now freely available here on the web.
The South Australian state wide power outage in September has refocussed the light on clean energy policy and the safety and security of our power system. State and Federal Governments have subsequently taken positive steps to set green goals while encouraging new investment opportunities.
This policy update provides a brief and general review of the most recent policies, strategies and initiatives announced in the lead up to the Federal election. A central role for Government is to set the policy framework for its constituents. This is not an easy task, especially if we take into account the constrained timelines […]
A cursory glance says Western Australia’s (WA’s) economy is doing okay. Real Gross State Product (GSP) is growing at a healthy pace, inflation is low and unemployment is a little high but a long way from the levels seen in the early 90s. But there is another story that doesn’t show up in those headline […]