Economy

Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Hobartians already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Sydneysiders already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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43% Of Adelaide’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

43% Of Adelaide’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Residents of Adelaide already face rising rents, more costly mortgages and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in
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Almost A Quarter Of Perth’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost A Quarter Of Perth’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Perth residents already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net
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New Data Shows International Students Filled 7 Out Of 10 Of New Homes
17 July 2023

New Data Shows International Students Filled 7 Out Of 10 Of New Homes

“Australians are entitled to ask how they can find a home as inflation drives up mortgages and rent prices become unsustainable, yet the federal government has presided over the largest intake of international students who filled the equivalent of 7 out of 10 new homes,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released
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Focus Locally For Our Jobs
30 June 2023

Focus Locally For Our Jobs

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into immigration and its effect on housing shortages, and how this affects Australia’s economic freedom and prosperity.The IPA has been dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic freedom through research and analysis since its inception in 1943. Saturday mornings are the new Monday mornings
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The Liberals’ Problem Isn’t The Brand, It’s The Philosophy
29 June 2023

The Liberals’ Problem Isn’t The Brand, It’s The Philosophy

The political program of small government, more choice and more personal responsibility is not appealing to voters after years of COVID and in economic tough times. Apparently, according to the media, pollsters and more than a few Liberal MPs, the Liberal Party has a problem with “young people” and “women” as these key groups vote for it in ever-decreasing numbers. As a
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Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Lessons In Political And Economic Leadership
9 May 2023

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Lessons In Political And Economic Leadership

See below for show notes: This week former Prime Minister and Distinguished Fellow at the IPA Tony Abbott shares his thoughts on political and economic leadership, in the context of the federal budget and the infighting in the Victorian Liberal Party. Find out more at australia.ipa.org.au
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Australia’s Spending Crisis: Estimating The Effect Of Federal Government Spending On Household Mortgage Repayments
8 May 2023

Australia’s Spending Crisis: Estimating The Effect Of Federal Government Spending On Household Mortgage Repayments

Australian families are facing acute and immediate cost of living pressures, caused by rapidly rising inflation, energy costs, and rising mortgage repayment rates. One of the key causes of rising inflation is debt and deficit-financed government spending. This report examines the relationship between government spending, inflation, and mortgage rates, and its key findings are: In addition, government spending increased by
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Federal Government Spending To Drive Mortgage Payments Up $3,000 a Year Via Inflation
8 May 2023

Federal Government Spending To Drive Mortgage Payments Up $3,000 a Year Via Inflation

“Forecast increases in Federal Government spending will drive inflation higher, causing average mortgage repayments to increase by over $3,000 per annum, for the next three years,” said Daniel Wild Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. New economic research released by the IPA shows that increased Federal Government spending, already locked in from last year’s October Budget, will
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