The TJ Ryan Foundation produces reports and commentary on a range of current issues in Queensland public policy. It will generate major reports on select topics of particular interest for the people of Queensland, as well as provide commentary on current events and papers published elsewhere.
Matt Wordsworth reports for the ABC (16.6.21) on the Palaszczuk government’s 2021-22 budget, with Treasurer Cameron Dick confirming the state would remain in deficit for the
Michelle Grattan writes in The Conversation (11.5.21) about the Coalition government’s 2021-22 federal budget, highlighting its big-spending commitments in an effort to stimulate economic recovery. ‘The
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, John Quiggin, writes in The Conversation (19.1.21) about the phasing out of the federal government’s pandemic income support schemes, arguing that
Sean Parnell reports in InQueensland (1.12.20) on the long-awaied release of the Palaszczuk government’s budget for 2020-21, revealing interesting parallels with government programs past and present. ‘On
The Grattan Institute’s Danielle Wood and colleagues write in The Conversation (7.10.20) about the Coalition’s 2020 federal budget, arguing that, among the headline infrastructure spending, women
Katharine Murphy reports in The Guardian (2.9.20) on the release of ABS data showing Australia’s economy had gone into recession in the last financial quarter, suggesting
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