Australian Economic Review

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Edited By: Ross Williams (Managing Editor), Paul H. Jensen and Ian McDonald

Impact Factor: 0.3

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 271/333 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1467-8462

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The Melbourne Institute is Australia's leading and longest standing research institute in the field of economics, undertaking cutting-edge research into key issues relevant to contemporary economic and social policy.

Our Vision

The Melbourne Institute will enhance the wellbeing of Australians by:

• being the world's leading research institute on the Australian economy and society; and

• contributing its knowledge to Australian public policy debates and development; and

• providing commentary on the Australian economy and society. The Melbourne Institute also aspires to be internationally renowned for its expertise and contributions to knowledge in selected key research areas that are of widespread international relevance.

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• undertake and publish high-quality independent and impartial applied research on major policy-relevant economic and social issues in Australia

• foster informed discussion and debate about public policy in Australia;

• contribute to the international literature in selected key research areas that are of international relevance;

• provide highly valued research services, publications, datasets and products for government, business and community groups; and

• provide research training through an internationally recognised PhD program.

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