Latest Grattan Institute News

‘Nuclear energy won’t stop cows from burping’: Peter Dutton needs a plan that goes beyond the electricity sector
Making Best Practice Common Practice In Education State
Ending ‘visa Hopping’ In Migration System
Clean energy slump – why Australia’s renewables revolution is behind schedule, and how to fix it
Cheaper medicines and a new approach for mental health care. Will the budget make us healthier?
AMA Welcomes Sickly Sweet Sugar Tax Calls
A tax on sugary drinks can make us healthier. It’s time for Australia to introduce one
Introduce a sugary drinks tax to tackle obesity and diabetes
Prepare Now To Avoid Blackouts In Post-coal Era
Labor Engages In Faux Rail Loop Community Engagement
Choice and control: the NDIS was designed to give participants choice, but mandatory registration could threaten this
Green economy summit: how can Australia get more from its relationship with Vietnam?
Finally, good news for power bills: energy regulator promises small savings for most customers on the ‘default market offer’
Political donations rules are finally in the spotlight – here’s what the government should do
Trial Multi-school Organisations To Improve Schools
The federal government’s new Administrative Review Tribunal must avoid the pitfalls of ‘jobs for mates’
Grattan Institute Report
Property Council Chief Executive Mike Zorbas address to National Press Club
Victorians pay the price for Labor’s addiction to stamp duty
Opinion piece: Labor helping more Australians into home ownership
Australia needs reading revolution
Suburban Rail Loop still not fully funded
Wholesale power prices are falling fast – but consumers will have to wait for relief. Here’s why
Grattan Institute appoints new CEO
COTA Australia’s holiday call to combat loneliness among older Australians
What’s the difference between ‘reasonable and necessary’ and ‘foundational’ supports? Here’s what the NDIS review says
Hyped and expensive, hydrogen has a place in Australia’s energy transition, but only with urgent government support
Back hydrogen to cut emissions and help fuel a green Australia
Reform delay causes dental decay. It’s time for a national deal to fund dental care
What is a ‘just’ transition to net zero – and why is Australia struggling to get there?
Millions of high-risk Australians aren’t getting vaccinated. A policy reset could save lives
Millions of older Australians are at risk. We need a vaccination policy reset
The government will underwrite risky investments in renewables – here’s why that’s a good idea
Minister for Health and Aged Care – speech 21 November
How could Australia actually get to net zero? Here’s how
$1 billion in extra funding is just the first step to fixing local roads
Slashing salt can save lives – and it won’t hurt your hip pocket or tastebuds
Declare war on hidden salt to save lives
The original and still the best: why it’s time to renew Australia’s renewable energy policy
Education specialist appointed chair of Lifting Literacy Outcomes Monitoring Group
3 things the disability royal commission missed: health, transport, day programs
Why Australia urgently needs a climate plan and a Net Zero National Cabinet Committee to implement it
Stop offering so many international graduates false hope
The road is long and time is short, but Australia’s pace towards net zero is quickening
Opinion piece: Matildas show way for Aussie competition
Grattan Institute launches search for new CEO after Danielle Wood accepts appointment as Chair of the Productivity Commission
Appointment of Productivity Commission Chair
Grattan Institute launches new Disability Program