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BCEC Briefing Note: WA Economic Update 2019 Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely This BCEC Briefing Note examines the latest WA economic data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. While the WA economy continues to grow, the GSP figures released today show only a very modest growth of 0.98 per cent over... Read article 15 November 2019 Read More
A multi-sector model of relatedness, growth and industry clustering Steven Bond-Smith, Philip McCann This article builds an understanding of regional innovation specialisation by developing a multi-sector model with endogenous growth through quality improving innovations and spillovers from related technologies. The model provides an approach to incorporate the relatedness literature within the mainstream theoretical... Read article 5 November 2019Journal Articles Read More
Finding a Place to Call Home Michael Dockery, Alan Duncan, Astghik Mavisakalyan, Toan Nguyen, Richard Seymour What are the key issues and challenges relating to immigration in Australia? Where do immigrants come from, where do they settle, and what types of jobs do they do? How do migrants affect the wages? To what extent do we... Read article 1 November 2019Focus on The States Read More
BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary – September 2019 Rebecca Cassells, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar This Western Australia Quarterly Economic Commentary analyses the most recent data on economic and social indicators for WA, as at Q3 2019. Key findings from this edition include: Future-proofing the WA economy remains the long-term game With annual Gross State Product data... Read article 30 October 2019Quarterly Economic Commentary Read More
BCEC Newsletter Spring 2019 Edition Kelly Pohatu Welcome to the Spring 2019 edition of the BCEC tri-annual newsletter. We’re delighted to be reporting to you on a very active period during our 2019 calendar year. BCEC researchers have been working hard at the intersection of academia and... Read article 24 October 2019Corporate Publications Read More
Breaking through the Glass Ceiling – What Works? Rebecca Cassells Glass ceilings have featured heavily in Australia’s workplaces for centuries but in recent years significant changes have been made. Women now make up almost 50% of Australia’s workforce and hold around 40% of all full-time jobs, and although women still... Read article 22 October 2019Presentations Read More
BCEC Monthly Labour Market Update – September 2019 Rebecca Cassells, Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely The BCEC Monthly Labour Market Update provides expert insights and analysis around the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) labour force data release, focusing on employment patterns across state and territories. Key findings from September 2019 data include: A positive labour market... Read article 18 October 2019Monthly Labour Market Updates Read More
BCEC Monthly Labour Market Update – August 2019 Alan Duncan, Rebecca Cassells, Daniel Kiely Welcome to the August 2019 edition of the BCEC Monthly Labour Market Update. The BCEC Monthly Labour Market Update provides expert insights and analysis around the latest ABS Labour Force data release, focusing on employment patterns across state and territories. This latest... Read article 1 October 2019Monthly Labour Market Updates Read More
A multi-sector model of relatedness, growth and industry clustering Steven Bond-Smith, Philip McCann This article builds an understanding of regional innovation specialization by developing a multi-sector model with endogenous growth through quality improving innovations and spillovers from related technologies. The model provides an approach to incorporate the relatedness literature within the mainstream theoretical... Read article 30 September 2019Working Papers Read More
2019 Women’s Report Card Rebecca Cassells, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar, Richard Seymour The Department of Communities in partnership with the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre have today released the 2019 WA Women’s Report Card and Data Insights Platform. The 2019 Women’s Report Card presents fact-based information to raise awareness of the status of... Read article 23 September 2019Feature Read More
Future-Proofing the WA Economy Steven Bond-Smith, Michael Dockery, Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar Future-Proofing the WA Economy is the fourth report in the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre’s Focus on Industry report series. The report recommends the implementation of a ‘smart specialisation’ approach to regional diversification, to ensure that new development opportunities build on... Read article 30 August 2019BCEC Reports  |  Focus on Industry Read More
The potential implications of autonomous vehicles for active transport Leon Booth, Richard Norman, Simone Pettigrew Active transport (e.g., walking, cycling, and public transport) is associated with numerous health benefits and is the most environmentally sustainable means of personal transport. The introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is expected to result in wide-scale changes to active transport... Read article 29 August 2019Journal Articles Read More