Through our research, the Commission contributes to the public debate and encourages informed policy discussion.
Released: 13 Dec 2019
This staff working paper presents the proof of concept and illustrates the application using a standard small Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model.
Released: 11 Nov 2019
The submission summarises some observations from various Commission studies. The first section of the submission explores the reasons for government regulation of petroleum (oil and gas) resources. The rest of the submission briefly discusses the
Released: 31 Mar 2015
This paper examines issues relating to different stages of the gas supply chain in the eastern Australian gas market, against the backdrop of integration with the Asia-Pacific market.
Released: 22 May 2008
This Productivity Commission submission to the Garnaut Climate Change Review was released on 22 May 2008.
Released: 24 Jan 2008
This paper contains a detailed examination of key elements of the Reviewâs analytical approach.
Released: 4 Apr 2007
This is a study of the potential economic and government revenue impacts of the NRA, as outlined in the 10 February 2006 COAG meeting Communique.
Released: 19 Jun 2002
This paper investigates how well environmental problems related to salinity, biodiversity and climate change can be addressed by creating markets for ecosystem services.
Released: 4 Apr 2001
Computable General Equilibrium Models for Evaluating Domestic Greenhouse Policies in Australia by Jack Pezzey and Ross Lambie was released on 4 April 2001.
Released: 1 Dec 1997
Framework for Greenhouse Emission Trading in Australia
Released: 1 Jul 1997
Role of Economic Instruments in Managing the Environment
We undertake other policy relevant research in addition to our commissioned public inquiries and studies. This web page lists our current research projects.
This is our catalogue of policy relevant research that has been completed.
Commission staff undertake supporting research and analysis, data compilation and model development in support of our inquiry and study activity.
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