Matt Grudnoff is senior economist at the Australia Institute.
He has published widely on a diverse range of subjects including taxation & tax concessions, the federal Budget, poverty & inequality, retirement incomes, free trade agreements, housing affordability, energy economics and climate change. Prior to coming to the Australia Institute, he worked at the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Department of Climate Change.
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The Economic Benefits of High-Quality Universal Early Child Education
What’s a Million, Anyway?
Australia’s 2013-18 Job Creation in Historical Perspective