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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
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
Mortgage stress and precarious home ownership Silvia Salazar, Rachel Ong ViforJ, Gavin Wood, Melek Cigdem Between 1987 and 2015, the growth in mortgage debt outstripped both house price and income growth among older mortgagors (55+). Mortgage debt blew out by 600 per cent while house prices tripled. Income growth lagged even further behind, doubling over... Read article 29 August 2019Research Reports Read More
BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary – June 2019 Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar This Western Australia Quarterly Economic Commentary analyses the most recent data on economic and social indicators for WA, as at Q2 2019. This quarter we see that falling private sector investment continues to drag the WA economy into negative growth territory,... Read article 26 July 2019Quarterly Economic Commentary Read More
BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary – March 2019 Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar – Fragility lingers for the WA economy – – Show me the money: Wage growth a key culprit for sluggish household consumption growth – – Dwelling approvals improve – but all else is not equal in the housing sector – This Western... Read article 10 April 2019Quarterly Economic Commentary Read More
BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary – December 2018 Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar This Western Australia Quarterly Economic Commentary analyses the most recent data on economic and social indicators for WA, as at Q4 2018. This quarter we we see that the WA economy has returned to positive growth, driven by the strength of a... Read article 6 December 2018Quarterly Economic Commentary  |  Economic Commentary Read More
BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary – September 2018 Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar This Western Australia Quarterly Economic Commentary analyses the most recent data on economic and social indicators for WA, as at the end of Q3 2018. This quarter we explore a return to negative business investment growth, and the impact of low population... Read article 3 October 2018Quarterly Economic Commentary Read More
Falling Through the Net Steven Bond-Smith, Alan Duncan, Daniel Kiely, Silvia Salazar New data technologies, big data analytics and intelligent software systems are transforming the way we produce, consume or distribute commodities, and increasingly, the way we access services. They are also changing the way in which we engage with our personal, social and business... Read article 2 August 2018Focus on WA Read More
Are time and money equally substitutable for all commodity groups in the household’s domestic production? Carla Canelas, François Gardes, Philip Merrigan, Silvia Salazar This article uses time-use and household expenditure data to measure the substitutability between time and money within the Beckerian household production framework. The elasticity of substitution is estimated for five commodity groups and across two developing countries: Ecuador and Guatemala.... Read article 21 July 2018Journal Articles Read More
The Price is Right? Alan Duncan, Kenneth Leong, Rachel Ong ViforJ, Silvia Salazar, Chris Twomey The Western Australian economy has experienced something of a roller-coaster ride over the last decade. Unprecedented economic growth over the course of the resources boom has been followed by a post-boom period during which activity has cooled. Despite a reduction in demand in... Read article 1 December 2017Focus on WA Read More