The paper explores the infrastructure-related costs of increasing the density of different parts of Sydney.
The paper explores what NSW parents want from early childhood education and care (ECEC) services and the barriers they face when accessing ECEC services.
The paper explores how housing could be made more affordable by increasing housing density in areas of highest demand.
The report evaluates the costs and benefits of moving to the two-year postgraduate initial teacher education requirement.
The paper evaluates the costs and benefits of the early childcare regulations which are specific to NSW.
The paper presents key findings and lessons learned from the COVID-19 regulatory experimentation and evaluation process that were used to support businesses and communities.
The Productivity Commission White Paper 2021 - Rebooting the economy outlines a new productivity reform agenda for NSW aimed at rebooting our productivity growth.