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  • Chris Stone

Resources from the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre

If you are not aware, the BCEC has several publications that are useful for teachers of Economics in Year 11-12 and Economics and Business in Year 7-10. These include:

  • The tri-annual Newsletter (the May edition includes an interesting article on negative gearing reforms)

  • The Monthly Labour Market Update

  • The Quarterly Economic Commentary

  • The report on the Future of Work in Australia

  • The report on Inequality in later life: The superannuation effect

  • The project on Safeguarding WA Produce through the Development of a Fruit Quality Index (due for release later this year)

There is also an interesting article about the impact of the lack of taxation reform in Australia available at:

All the BCEC publications are available at:

You can also subscribe to the BCEC newsletter and alerts at the bottom of their home page.

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