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Ten Lessons for Economic Policymakers Economic Society of Australia Annual Dinner 2023 Commonwealth Club, Canberra
E&OE Introduction: The Power of Ideas
Address to Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Employment, Education and Training Committee
The last time I spoke to this committee it was just after the Jobs and Skills Summit.
Speech non-compete clauses: prevalence, impact, and policy implications.
Joint Treasury – e61 Institute Webinar
Speech - How rigorous evaluation can help improve Australia's employment services
Since 1998, NESA members have contributed to Australia’s economy and supported Australians into work through employment services.
Address to the National Press Club - Skilling the Nation for the Future
In this momentous month for our nation, it is more important than ever to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands that we meet on - the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples.
Speech - Australian Evaluation Society 2023 International Evaluation Conference, Brisbane
The Best Medicine: Lessons from Health for Policy…
Ministerial Statement - Revitalising National Planning in Vocational Education and Training
Speaker – Today I wish to outline two fundamental reforms implemented by our government in the Skills and Training portfolio.
Statement to Parliament on Significant Matters - National TAFE Day
Today is National TAFE Day, a day to celebrate the achievements of TAFE students, teachers, trainers and support staff and the contributions they make to our communities and this country.
Speech - Apprenticeship Support Australia 25th Year Celebration Lunch
Since 1998, the Australian Apprenticeship Centre, and more recently, Apprenticeship Support Australia, has a played pivotal role in supporting apprentices to transition from training to tradesperson.
Evaluating Policy Impact: Working Out What Works - National Press Club Address Q&A
SUBJECTS: Australian Centre for Evaluation, multinational tax transparency, competition in the airline industry, supermarket prices, matters to be included in the Competition Review,…
Evaluating Policy Impact: Working Out What Works
Social workers in schools always boost student outcomes. Drug offenders shouldn’t be treated differently. Malaria bed nets are more likely to be used if people pay for them.
Speech - Kingsley Laffer Memorial Lecture, the University of Sydney
Subjects: Workplace relations, closing loopholes in the Fair Work Act, Secure Jobs, Better Pay, revitalising enterprise bargaining, Hawke/Keating reforms, family and domestic violence leave.