The White Paper outlines a new productivity reform agenda for New South Wales that could lift productivity growth and boost real wages without raising the tax burden. This will help to create a more resilient, sustainable, and prosperous NSW economy that will serve the community for decades to come.
The NSW Productivity Commissioner presents to Government the Productivity Commission White Paper 2021 – Rebooting the economy, with 60 opportunities to boost our productivity and living standards.
Productivity growth in NSW
Productivity growth is critical to business growth, job creation and securing our ongoing economic
success across the state.
About the Commissioner
Peter Achterstraat is the first NSW Commissioner for Productivity, responsible for driving economic reform and supporting higher living standards.
Ensuring better regulation
The Commissioner is leading the redesign of a new regulatory policy framework to drive best practice policy making and productivity growth.