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Economic Roundup Issue 1, 2009

Date:

Saturday, 7 March 2009

Content ID:

1496

Abstract:

Issue 1 of the 2009 Economic Roundup contains the following articles in PDF:

  • A history of public debt in Australia
  • Using evidence well
  • What evidence should social policymakers use?
  • The importance of evidence for successful economic reform
  • Why health matters for economic performance
  • Key themes from Treasury’s Business Liaison Program
  • William Watt: the great orator
  • What's new on the Treasury website
  • Sources of economic data 
  • Past editions of Economic Roundup

Documents Available:


Acrobat (PDF) documents

 Acrobat (PDF)

Economic Roundup Issue 1, 2009  670.05kb
Preliminaries  69.47kb
A history of public debt in Australia   132.91kb
Using evidence well   91.61kb
What evidence should social policymakers use?   179.77kb
The importance of evidence for successful economic reform  101.98kb
Why health matters for economic performance  140.44kb
Key themes from Treasury’s Business Liaison Program  66.63kb
William Watt: the great orator  142.73kb
What's new on the Treasury website  82.53kb
Sources of economic data  40.75kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  48.24kb

Microsoft Word (RTF) documents

 Microsoft Word (RTF)

Preliminaries  77.06kb
A history of public debt in Australia  785.19kb
Using evidence well  109.91kb
What evidence should social policymakers use?  508.05kb
The importance of evidence for successful economic reform  247.04kb
Why health matters for economic performance  1,156.13kb
Key themes from Treasury’s Business Liaison Program  73.42kb
William Watt: the great orator  1,824.36kb
What's new on the Treasury website  73.47kb
Sources of economic data  74.30kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  88.67kb

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