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The Effect of the Mining Boom on the Australian Economy

4 Feb 2015 RDP PDF 2067KB
Research Discussion Paper. The Effect of the Mining Boom on the Australian Economy. Peter Downes, Kevin Hanslow and Peter Tulip. RDP 2014-08. The Discussion Paper series is intended to make the results of the current economic research within the


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31 Dec 2014 RDP 2014-08
Peter Downes, Kevin Hanslow and Peter Tulip
Available at <>. Downes P and A Stoeckel (2006), ‘Drivers of Structural Change in the Australian Economy’, Centre for International Economics

RBAFOI-202114 - documents for release

2 Nov 2020 PDF 5050KB
superannuation guarantee, wages growth


7 Aug 2020 SMP - August 2020 PDF 449KB


6 Feb 2020 SMP – February 2020
FWC). This directly affects wages growth for around 20 per cent of employees who are on an award wage. ... There has also been an increase in recent years in the number of wages outcomes in EBAs that are in some way linked to the FWC decision.

The Effect Of Minimum Wage Increases On Wages Hours Worked And Job Loss

19 Sep 2018 Bulletin - September 2018 PDF 383KB


5 Nov 2020 SMP – November 2020
Some planned wage increases have been deferred or reduced, including as a result of decisions by the Fair Work Commission (FWC) and some government employers. ... Graph 5.16. The FWC awarded a 1.75 per cent increase to award wages this year.

The Effect of Minimum Wage Increases on Wages, Hours Worked and Job Loss

20 Sep 2018 Bulletin – September 2018
James Bishop
Australia has a detailed system of ‘awards’ that specify different minimum wages depending on the industry, location and skill of an employee.