The Nowcasting and Economic Modelling section is a part of the National Skills Commission, which was established on 1 July 2020 to provide trusted and independent intelligence on Australia’s future education, skills and jobs needs. The section is comprised of economists and data scientists who use various techniques, including economic modelling and machine learning, to analyse the labour market drawing on different types of data sources. This job is available in four locations: Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Blueprint Institute was established in the era of COVID-19, in which Australians have witnessed how tired ideologies have been eclipsed by a sense of urgency, pragmatism and bipartisanship. While we have achieved much, a new urgency is required to deal with the recession and job losses to come. Our leaders can rise to the challenge: we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink and recast Australia to be more balanced, prosperous, resilient, and sustainable.
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) supports the Parliament by providing independent, authoritative and non-partisan analysis of budgetary issues and the fiscal cost of policy proposals. In light of the current fiscal situation, the PBO is in a unique position to support the Parliament and general public at this critical time through analysis that is timely and relevant.
At Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) - Australia’s independent consumer think-tank – we’re proud to work closely with policymakers, regulators, academia, industry and the community sector to develop, translate and promote evidence-based insights to inform practice and policy change.
For too long consumer markets have been designed by theory, not by practice and real-world experiences. Australia’s markets too often fail the people they were meant to serve. We’re on a mission to reimagine markets to create a better future for all consumers.
Learn more about a research and teaching career at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne.