RESEARCH

The Impact of the 2014-15 Federal Budget on South Australian Vulnerable Households

The Public Service Association has released a report on the impact of the 2014-15 Federal Budget on South Australian vulnerable households. more>

Opposing Austerity - Organising And Action Strategies

A report prepared for the Don Dunstan Foundation and the Public Service Association of SA. The report is available more>

Unmasking Austerity - Lessons for Australia

A report prepared for the Don Dunstan Foundation and the Public Service Association of SA. more>

PSA Budget Submission 2013

2013 PSA Budget Submission - 'Age for a Change'. more>

PSA Submission to Senate Committee on Conditions of Employment

Conditions of employment of state public sector employees and the adequacy of protection of their rights at work as compared to other employees more>

The South Australian Hospital Budget Performance and Remediation Review - Critical Appraisal

Professor William Mitchell, Centre of Full Employment and Equity, the University of Newcastle. more>

2012 PSA Budget Submission

Public Investment, Productivity and Economic Growth - the Role and Contribution of Debt Funding more>

South Australian Budget Impact Survey

Report 1: Impact on delivery of Government services more>

Is the Credit Rating Tail Wagging the Budgetary Dog?

preliminary Analysis of the South Australian Budget 2010-11 more>

Analysis of the 2010-11 South Australian Budget

Report prepared for the Public Service Association of South Australia by Beth Cook and William Mitchell more>

The Social Cost Of Service Cuts

Project brief In the current economic climate, government is arguing for cuts and savings. The PSA’s view is that this will be at the expense of vital services affecting social justice and welfare programs. This paper analyses the potential impact of cuts on areas that affect social justice, using the examples of child protection, allied health and rural services in South Australia. more>