Entries by Brad Vakulcyzk

State of the Regions 1994 to 2019

A land boom, a mining boom and their aftermath Beginning in 1996, NIEIR’s State of the Regions reports have documented the economic progress of Australia’s regions, both urban and country. Issued annually, each report has covered the current year and the immediate past. The reports chronicle a period of relatively stable growth, at national level, […]

Fast Train Project Macro Economic Assessment July 2020

STRONGER, TOGETHER – An independent state-wide macroeconomic assessment of fast regional commuter rail network impacts on Victorian settlement patterns, economic growth, fairness and opportunity. With a population approaching five million, the Melbourne metropolitan area accommodates around three-quarters of the population of Victoria. Five railway lines radiate from Melbourne towards a mixture of major provincial cities, towns, ex-urban areas and farmland. […]

The Geography of Personal and Household Incomes

Data from the Census of Australia Ian Manning, National Institute of Economic and Industry Research and charter member, Brotherhood of St Laurence Paper for the Australian Social Policy Conference, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales 11 September 2019   Download the full paper (pdf) Download the presentation (zip/pptx)   “Data is not […]