Department of Industry,
Innovation and Science
We provide analysis, statistics and data on a wide range of topics.
The Management Capability Survey sampled over 15,000 businesses to provide insights into Australian management practices.
The research papers produced by the Office of the Chief Economist deal with topical issues of interest relevant to the department.
The Resources and Energy Quarterly contains the Office of the Chief Economist’s forecasts for the value, volume and price of Australia’s major resources and energy commodity exports.
The Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA) is a whole-of-government initiative to make better use of data in the public service. Through data integration and analysis, DIPA creates new insights into important and complex policy questions.
For government, and our department, continually asking ourselves ‘how are we performing’ is a critical part of good performance management and accountability. Our Evaluation Strategy supports our evaluation and performance measurement capacity and helps build a culture of evaluative thinking.
The Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) is a statistical resource that contains information on Australian businesses. It helps researchers unlock insights on business and industry dynamics.
The Office of the Chief Economist held an Industry and Innovation Workshop with the theme ‘Show me the evidence'.
View recent presentations from the Office of the Chief Economist.
The Australian Innovation System Report explores the impact of innovation and related activities on business, industry and national performance.
The Office of the Chief Economist provides objective economic analysis and program evaluation to inform policy development.