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Productivity Commission Reports


Provided below is a selection of reports published on the Productivity Commission website.  Please note that the links are provided here as a navigation aid only.

Title Year Description
Productivity Commission reports

Disability Care and Support Inquiry


Productivity Commission Inquiry Report No. 54
The central message of this report is that a coherent and certain system for people with a disability is required — with much more and better-directed resourcing, a national approach, and a shift in decision-making to people with a disability and their carers.

Caring for Older Australians


Productivity Commission Inquiry Report No. 53
The Commission’s assessments of the current aged care system, and proposed options for change, are predicated on improving the wellbeing of the community as a whole.

The Commission’s proposals, based on this wellbeing framework, are aimed at developing a system of care and support for older Australians that is more efficient, equitable, effective (relating to choice, quality and appropriateness) and sustainable.

Policy Implications of an ageing Australia: an illustrated guide


Presentation to the Financial Review Ageing Population Summit, held in Sydney on 27 September 2005.

National Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health and Safety Frameworks


Productivity Commission Inquiry Report No. 27
The inquiry is charged with the identification and assessment of models for establishing national frameworks for occupational health and safety (OHS) and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia.