PRP Productivity - People

This PRP will draw on international comparative studies and analyses based on the ‘Intergenerational Report’ to explore and identify the roles of business, skills and education, workplace reforms and innovation, both public and private, in enhancing Australia’s long-term economic productivity.

Former Program Leader:

Chris Vas

Dr Christopher Vas

Chris has been working on the issues of productivity and innovation for many years. His work entails conducting research, multi-sector engagement with government, business and academia, and significant outreach activities with national and international partners.

Chris is now Academic Director, Executive Education, at Murdoch University’s School of Management and Governance. He remains a Visiting Fellow with HC Coombs Policy Forum.

Chris also led the Policy Futures program at the HC Coombs Policy Forum.

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