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.
On Monday, 20 July 2020, The Brisbane Dialogues is hosting its second major event, with an expert panel exploring the proposition of a Universal Basic Income in Australia.
In the first entry of a new series in The Guardian examining the economic impact of the federal government’s COVID-19 recovery spending, Anne Davies queries (26.5.20)
Ben Butler reports in The Guardian (13.5.20) on the Palaszczuk government’s attempts to secure the financial future of Virgin Australia and its Queensland-based workforce, as the
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate John Quiggin writes in The Conversation (14.5.20) that many Australians are going to need some sort of wage subsidy well beyond a
Tony Wood and colleagues write in The Conversation (11.5.20) that Australia could secure a huge portion of the world’s steel industry, and establish processing and manufacturing
John Falzon comments in The Guardian (2.5.20) about the unequal economic impacts of COVID-19 in Australia, arguing that we must look to government to deliver collective healing
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, John Quiggin, writes in The Conversation (2.4.20) about the federal government’s economic response to the coronavirus outbreak. The author suggests that
The ABC’s Ian Verrender writes (9.3.20) about the looming economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, suggesting the federal government needs to plan a timely response –
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, John Quiggin, writes in The Conversation (24.2.20) that, with Australia’s tourism sector hit hard by the impacts of bushfires and coronavirus,
Stephen Bartos writes in The Conversation (16.12.19) about the federal government’s MYEFO economic update, suggesting that treasurer Josh Frydenberg has pulled out all stops to continue to
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, David Peetz, writes in The Conversation (25.10.19) that labour productivity doesn’t matter as much as emissions productivity, since workers ‘aren’t a
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