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Childcare an essential service for women in small business
Forget bullet trains and be wary of expensive rail renovations
New energy plan to boost exports, create jobs, and cut emissions
COVID-19 unemployment report shows why we must fix our approach to helping people locked out of paid work
COVID-19 could see up to 3.4m Australians out of work
South Australia’s borders to close
Government must act now on many, diverse calls for ongoing Newstart increase for everyone locked out of paid work
Higher superannuation means lower wages: Grattan
Making private hospital insurance pay
Summer reading list for Prime Minister 2019
A blueprint to rein in doctors’ bills, reduce hospital costs, and cut private health insurance premiums
Leading higher education expert joins ANU
$10 a day: how congestion charging would work in Sydney and Melbourne
Australia should move to congestion charging
Grattan proven wrong on SG increase: Average worker to end up with $50,000 more than Grattan claims
How to clean up Australia’s energy policy mess
Grattan Institute: don’t let facts get in way of a bad story
Stop Pensioner Taper Trap
Teach For Australia a model for attracting high achievers to classroom
A $1.6b blueprint to boost teacher quality and student performance
How to ensure a fair go for young Australians
Uni a strong choice for most students with a lower ATAR: new report
Matching young Australians to their best post-school education options
Confronting private health insurance death spiral
Future retirement of CEO of Grattan Institute Prof John Daley
Higher Education Program Director Andrew Norton moves on from Grattan
Pass stage 1 tax cuts now, but defer stage 3