Public inquiries give the opportunity for all points of view in the community to be heard and considered. All individuals, firms, groups and organisations with an interest in an inquiry can participate in the inquiry.
Productivity Inquiry - Public inquiry
28 Sep 2022
The Productivity Commission has been asked to review Australia's productivity performance and recommend an actionable roadmap to assist governments to make productivity-enhancing reforms.
National School Reform Agreement - Commissioned study
14 Sep 2022
This study is a review of the National School Reform Agreement. It examines how well national policy initiatives by the Australian, State and Territory Governments have achieved the objectives and outcomes set out in the Agreement.
Australia's Maritime Logistics System - Public inquiry
9 Sep 2022
This inquiry will examine the structural issues affecting the productivity of Australia's maritime logistics system. Long term trends in system performance will be analysed, and industrial relations, infrastructure constraints and technology uptake
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts and Crafts - Commissioned study
19 Jul 2022
The Productivity Commission has been asked to examine the value, nature and structure of markets for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and crafts, and policies to address deficiencies in these markets.
Carer Leave - Public inquiry
15 Jul 2022
This inquiry will examine the economic and social impacts of allowing informal carers to take extended unpaid leave from their work to care for older people who are frail and living at home.
Closing the Gap Review - Commissioned study
6 Jul 2022
Parties to the National Agreement on Closing the Gap agreed that the Commission will undertake a comprehensive review of progress every three years. This is the first review to inform the ongoing implementation of the Agreement by highlighting areas
Aged Care Employment - Commissioned study
22 Mar 2022
This study will examine employment models in aged care and the effects that policies and procedures to preference the direct employment of aged care workers would have on the aged care sector.