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Institutional Change can clear the path to Increase Australian Prosperity

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Grattan Institute publication points the way to clearing the reform path:  

“Institutional changes to ministerial adviser roles, to processes for appointing and dismissing senior public servants, to ministerial influence over government contracts and grants, and to controls over political donations, campaign finance, lobbying, and post-politics careers would all help to break the gridlock in policy reform. These changes would also promote the emergence of champions who are usually crucial to the prospects of reform.”  

“Without institutional changes, Australian governments will not deliver many of the policy reforms that would.”

"Gridlock: Removing barriers to policy reform"  John Daly    

https://grattan.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Gridlock-Grattan-Report.pdf



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