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GDP report: Economic Performance of Australia's Cities and Regions

Posted November 30, 2018

SGS Economics and Planning Economic performance of australias citiies and regions

The gap in economic growth between Australia's cities and regions is starting to close according to a new report authored by SGS National Leader of Economic & Social Analysis Terry Rawnsley: Economic Performance of Australia’s Cities and Regions.

Terry Rawnsley said the persistent disparity in economic growth between Australia's cities and regions was concerning.

SGS Economics and Planning Terry Rawnsley

The difference in economic growth across Australia has been a point of concern for almost five years. However, the patchwork economy of strong inner cities in Melbourne and Sydney and weak regional areas looks to be over with growth rates across the country starting to converge.

— Principal & Partner Terry Rawnsley

2017-18 Report

For the past decade, we have published Economic Performance of Australia’s Cities and Regions to fill a void in economic policy research. The report shows estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for each major city and region in Australia.

SGS Economics and Planning Economic performance fo asutralias cities and regions report

Interactive map & dashboard

For the first time, the report includes small area gross domestic product estimates and an interactive map and dashboard.



SGS Economics Planning Terry Rawnsley
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Terry Rawnsley

National Leader for Economic & Social Analysis | Principal & Partner

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Bethanie Finney

Senior Consultant

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