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The aims of the workshop are to outline the key findings and recommendations of the two reports and to look at how we can develop stronger partnerships across Sydney to reduce carbon emissions and increase economic and employment opportunities.
This report examines the relationship between SMEs' management of intellectual assets, innovation and competitiveness.
G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial, Paris 26-27 September 2011
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Despite a small rise in the unemployment rate to 5.3% in August, Australia’s labour market is still outperforming most other OECD countries.
Australia faces the mutually reinforced challenges of boosting labour supply and promoting social inclusion. Labour underutilisation is especially prevalent among groups such as lone parents, people with disability, and Indigenous Australians.
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This country note highlights key findings and challenges for Australia from the synthesis on Sickness, Disability and Work: Breaking the Barriers.
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Australia has escaped the worst of the global recession and its unemployment rate, at 5.2%, is now one of the lowest in the OECD.
The conference hosted by NESA within the framework of the LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance saw a strengthening of partnerships between employment services, business leaders, the non-profit sector, governments and other stakeholders from Australia and abroad. Proceedings now online
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This note is taken from Chapter 3 of Economic Policy Reforms: Going for Growth 2010.
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A sustained effort at promoting regulatory reform has contributed to Australia’s success in weathering the global financial crisis; it was among the few OECD countries that did not enter a recession. But this is no time for complacency. The government has laid out an ambitious regulatory reform agenda to build a seamless national economy and unleash productivity.
Australian Competition Law has helped to establish robust and