In response to Saul Eslake’s Tasmania Report 2016 The Mercury newspaper has published three Op-Eds and an Editorial. We’ve included links to these pieces below, as well as links to other state and national reporting.
Talking Point: Breed success with population by Lisa Denny, Demographer and Affiliated Researcher in the Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania
Talking Point: Report paints clear picture of our economy by Professor Richard Eccleston, Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania
Talking Point: Statistics are more than numbers by Kym Goodes, CEO of TasCOSS
Editorial: State’s big wake up call
Article: Tasmania Report author and economist Saul Eslake says fires, floods and the energy crisis have hit the state’s economy hard by Blair Richards (The Mercury)
Article: Fix Tasmania’s education, employment issues or risk continual productivity decline: Eslake by Matt Moloney (The Examiner)
Article: Tasmanian economy risks falling further behind, economist Saul Eslake warns (By Georgie Burgess, ABC News)