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Economic Roundup Summer 2006

Date:

Monday, 27 March 2006

Content ID:

1087

Abstract:

The Summer 2006 edition of the Economic Roundup contains the following articles in PDF, HTML and RTF formats:
  • Perspectives on Australia’s current account deficit
  • A tale of two terms of trade booms
  • Understanding productivity trends
  • Water and Australia’s future economic growth
  • Innovation across the OECD: a review of recent studies
  • Demographic challenges and migration
  • Australian net private wealth
  • What’s new on the Treasury website

Documents Available:


Acrobat (PDF) documents

 Acrobat (PDF)

Economic Roundup Summer 2006 - Full document  731.26kb
Preliminaries  114.56kb
Perspectives on Australia's current account deficit  253.80kb
A tale of two terms-of-trade booms  192.86kb
Understanding productivity trends  207.36kb
Water and Australia's future economic growth  226.21kb
Innovation across the OECD: a review of recent studies  141.23kb
Demographic challenges and migration  144.77kb
Australian net private wealth  208.55kb
What's new on the Treasury website  130.87kb
Sources of economic data  90.13kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  77.05kb

HTML documents

 HTML

Preliminaries  2.71kb
Perspectives on Australia's current account deficit  43.17kb
A tale of two terms-of-trade booms  28.16kb
Understanding productivity trends  47.55kb
Water and Australia's future economic growth  42.34kb
Innovation across the OECD: a review of recent studies  16.25kb
Demographic challenges and migration  21.39kb
Australian net private wealth  19.62kb
What's new on the Treasury website  5.78kb
Sources of economic data  3.54kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  2.91kb

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