Productivity Commission Revenue and Competitors

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Melbourne, Australia

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  • Productivity Commission has 186 Employees.(i)
  • Productivity Commission grew their employee count by -1% last year.
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N/A34-55%N/AN/A
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N/A97-6%N/AN/A
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N/A509%N/AN/A
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The Productivity Commission is an independent research and advisory agency for the Australian Government. While the government largely determines our work program, our findings and recommendations are independent and based on our own analysis and judgment. Not only do we look at economic issues, but social and environmental issues too. Our research and policy advice can help governments improve or create better policies to benefit all Australians. Our main role is to conduct public inquiries and studies into current issues. For example our inquiry into disability support was used in creating the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Our projects provide opportunities for different points of view to be heard and considered. Participation in our inquiries or Commissioned studies is encouraged and gives you the opportunity to have a say in Australia's public policy formation. You can participate by making a submission to us, it's open to everyone. Submissions could be a short email or letter outlining your views or a much more substantial document. Providing evidence such as documentation, data or research to support your viewpoint is always useful. Often after we release a draft report, we hold hearings that are open to the public. Anyone can participate whether it be elaborating on their submission or simply providing relevant information to the Commissioners. Whether you want to speak at a hearing or just observe, you will be able to book a spot via our website. The Commission also undertakes additional research. Some of this research supports our inquiries as well as helping outline future directions for reform. You can find out more about us and our current projects by heading to our website, pc.gov.au

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186

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-1%

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Productivity Commission News

09/03/2019 - It's not just the ABS. It's also the Productivity Commission downplaying the growth in inequality

We now know the Bureau of Statistics did quite a bit of soul-searching before producing the bland and ultimately misleading press release ...

09/08/2019 - Changes ahead for the airline industry? Productivity ...

The Productivity Commission has released its draft report on its inquiry into the economic regulation of airports. If its recommendations are ...

09/03/2019 - Resources sector revamp? Productivity Commission ...

On 5 August 2019 the Federal Resources Minister, Matt Canavan MP announced that the Productivity Commission will conduct a 12-month ...

Company NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
#1
$55.1M1896%N/A
#2
$43.9M1908%N/A
#3
$56.4M19015%N/A
#4
N/A1904%N/A
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$44.1M1915%N/A