The Productivity Commission Annual Report provides details of the Commission's operations and reflects on current research activities.
Annual Report 2001-02
12 / 12 / 2002
The Productivity Commission's annual report examines the issues associated with the fact that governments have been extending the reach of markets into areas of the economy where governments themselves once made all the resource allocation decisions.
Annual Report 2000-01
14 / 02 / 2002
The Commission's annual report discusses the important role that pro-competitive regulation of infrastructure plays in enhancing economic welfare and curtailing abuses of market power and reducing the risks of regulatory failure.
Annual Report 1999-00
05 / 12 / 2000
This annual report includes an analysis of Australia in the global economy and a summary of the Commission activities.
Annual Report 1998-99
07 / 12 / 1999
The surge in productivity appears to be a break from past trends, allowing Australia to pursue sustainably higher economic growth and living standards with fewer fears of inflationary pressures.
Annual Report 1997-98
24 / 11 / 1998
This is the first annual report of the Productivity Commission which looks at why Australian governments have undertaken microeconomic reform, what is known about the benefits, and ways of dealing with adjustment problems.