4 edition of Productivity and regional economic performance in Australia found in the catalog.
Productivity and regional economic performance in Australia
by Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Government in Brisbane
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Christine Williams, Mirko Draca and Christine Smith.|
|Contributions||Williams, Christine H., Draca, Mirko., Smith, Christine, 1956-, Queensland. Treasury., Queensland. Office of Economic and Statistical Research.|
|LC Classifications||HC603 .P758 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2004426643|
Productivity is a complex issue, but may be simply defined as output produced per worker, measured by the number of hours worked. On this basis we have seen a modest spike in productivity growth. The Progress in Australian Regions—Yearbook is a statistical resource that measures progress in a region against social, economic, environmental and governance indicators. The Yearbook brings together information about Australia's regions from a range of different sources and presents that data in a consistent format over time.
5. Infrastructure Development and Regional Connectivity Infrastructure development and regional connectivity is integral to the economic development of regional Australia. An efficient transport system is a basic precondition for improving the competitiveness of regions and for underpinning a polycentric spatial framework. Construction performance and productivity improvement are. The attributes having the factor loading more than are quality, supply chain, political and economic environment, and social.
Economic theory indicates that cultural diversity is related to economic performance. diversity that is poorly managed can reduce staff morale and productivity, provoke conflict between employees and managers, and harm The LGA is a geographically contiguous classification which divides Australia into regional categories. Each LGA. Australian farmers continue to face the challenge of declining terms of trade in agriculture, yet remain internationally competitive through efficiencies and productivity growth. The growth in the farm sector had increased steadily over the30 year period from to at an average rate of percent, consistently out-performing.
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Australia's regions languish while Melbourne, Hobart and Adelaide boom finds new report. For almost a decade, SGS Economics and Planning has published Economic Performance of Australia’s Cities and Regions to fill a void in economic policy research.
The report shows estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for each major city and region in Australia. Productivity and Regional Economic Performance in Australia contains seven research articles that explore the productivity performance of Queensland and other Australian States.
Queensland has experienced a long period of economic growth well above the Australian average. It has long been Productivity and regional economic performance in Australia book that much of this has been due to a strong net inflow of migrants. In particular, expanding growth accounts to the industry level to meet the need for more granular measures of economic performance.
In response to this, Australia and Russia have developed estimates of industry-level KLEMS (Capital [K], Labor [L], Energy [E], Materials [M], and Services [S]) productivity growth.
This study, in which the Productivity Commission examined the productivity, labour supply and fiscal implications of likely demographic trends over the next 40 years in order to further improve understanding of the challenges and opportunities resulting from an ageing Australia has concluded.
The research report was released on 12 April Productivity in Australia averaged points from untilreaching an all time high of points in the fourth quarter of and a record low of points in the third quarter of This page provides - Australia Productivity - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.
The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government’s independent research and advisory The purpose of this study is to examine the regional geography of Australia's economic transition, since the mining investment boom, to identify those regions and localities that Observing the performance of regions Economic Indicators.
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The Australian economy experienced 26 years of. A complementary explanation of the slowdown in productivity growth in Australia is that over the course of the long economic expansion between the early s domestic recession and global recession, the incentives for firms, workers and governments to implement productivity-enhancing changes gradually weakened.
The Australian Government asked the Productivity Commission to undertake a study of the impact on regional economies of the transition from the mining investment boom. The study is to examine how well different regions are adapting to the transition, and the factors influencing their capacity to successfully adapt to economic change.
This book is a must read for specialists in emerging economies, but also provides deep insights for anyone interested in economic growth and productivity."-- Martin Neil Baily, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution, former Chairman U.S.
President’s Council of Economic Advisers "This is an important book at a critical time. Once the official data for regional economic performance is broken down there is virtually no difference in economic efficiency between workers in. While it is reasonable on the basis of economic theory to expect microeconomic reform to have some positive effect on the level of productivity in Australia (e.g.
due to the effects of increased competitive pressures), whether the changes associated with microeconomic reform can lead to a permanent increase in the growth rate of productivity is.
Productivity Commission to study port performance in and commence regular monitoring, reported in ITRE’s Waterline series. In the absence of effective competition between Australian ports, the landlord model has been successfully deployed in the capital city ports.
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The productivity connection: an analysis of productivity movements and economic performance in Australia.
For a small open economy like Australia, which specialises in commodity exports, fluctuations in the terms of trade and productivity growth are the primary drivers of per capita income growth. Because the global mining sector responds to higher commodity prices by expanding capacity, the terms of trade are unlikely to provide sustained boosts to Australia’s living standards.
Comparing Australian and United States productivity 28 Reasons for analysing the Australia-US productivity gap One way to analyse Australia’s economic performance is through a comparison with the United States. Australia’s GDP per capita is currently nearly 80 per cent of that of the US, having risen from around 75 per cent in the mids.
Sinceproductivity growth in Australia and advanced economies has been declining. Typical explanations include fewer economic reforms and the impact of the mining boom. The slower pace of change for businesses, workers and innovation is another possible driver.
Decentralising the public service is a costly and ineffective way to grow regional wealth that risks damaging the performance of government agencies, the Productivity.
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performance indicators, setting targets, and tracking performance. Private sector performance is generally easier to measure than PSD progress. Private enterprises typically measure their performance in terms of growth in market share and revenues, earnings or profitability, firm productivity, financial viability, and competitive position.
Economic geography is an important factor in New Zealand’s poor productivity performance, as the small size and remoteness of the economy diminish its access to global markets, the scale and efficiency of domestic businesses, the level of competition, and the ability to benefit from innovation at the global frontier.