I did most of my education in Tasmania and, after spending almost 34 years on what Tasmanians call ‘the mainland’, returned to Tasmania in December 2014. Both while I was living away, and since returning, I’ve maintained a keen interest in the progress (or, at times, lack of it) of Australia’s smallest state. The pieces here represent some of my efforts to advocate for policies which, in my opinion, would result in a stronger Tasmanian economy and improved living standards for Tasmanians.
The latest ABS Weekly Payroll Jobs data for TasmaniaTasmania | 28th July 2020
An analysis of the weekly payroll jobs data for the two weeks ended July 11th, released by the ABS on 28th July
Discussion of the First Report of the (Tasmanian) Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory CouncilNews, Tasmania | 21st July 2020
Saul Eslake talks with Aaron Stevens from Tasmania Talks about the First Report of the (Tasmanian) Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council, 21st July 2020.
The ‘Post-Covid’ Global, Australian and Tasmanian EconomiesTasmania, The Australian Economy, The Global Economy | 12th June 2020
Presentation to a Webinar hosted by the Tasmanian Branch of the Australia-China Business Council, 12th June 2020
Covid-19, the Economic Downturn and Some of Its Consequences for Young People in TasmaniaTasmania | 25th May 2020
Presentation to an online forum hosted by the Youth Network of Tasmania, 25th May 2020...
An introduction to the Tasmanian Economy and Property MarketTasmania | 14th November 2018
Presentation to Choice Platinum Achievers (a mortgage broker group) conference in Hobart, 14th November 2018