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John Daley

John Daley

Chief Executive Officer, Grattan Institute
John Daley is the CEO of Grattan Institute, which conducts independent, rigorous and practical analysis of Australian public policy. John's work at Grattan Institute has focused on budget, tax, and economic reform policy. He is a consistent advocate of the importance of government prioritisation.

John Daley has 25 years experience at the intersection of the public sector, private enterprise, and academia. His diverse background includes law, finance, education, and workers compensation.

Previous roles include the University of Melbourne, the University of Oxford, the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet, consulting firm McKinsey and Co, and most recently ANZ where he was Managing Director of the online stockbroker, E*TRADE Australia.

John has a DPhil in Public Law from the University of Oxford, and degrees in Law and Science from the University of Melbourne.

Might the bushfire crisis be the turning point on climate politics Australian needs?

Jan 16, 2020 09:53 am UTC| Insights & Views Nature Politics

Countries have long periods in which policies change little, and only by increments. Occasionally there are turning points, when previously intractable policy problems are suddenly resolved, recasting policy for the...

Why we should worry less about retirement - and leave super at 9.5%

Nov 08, 2018 17:29 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

Its conventional wisdom that Australians dont save enough for retirement. Most workers themselves think they wont have enough to retire on, and their concerns are rising. But the conventional wisdom is wrong. Our new...

Abolish stamp duty. The ACT shows the rest of us how to tax property

Nov 04, 2018 14:18 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law

This week were exploring the state of nine different policy areas across Australias states, as detailed in Grattan Institutes State Orange Book 2018. Read the other articles in the series here. You might think that...

To make housing more affordable this is what state governments need to do

Oct 31, 2018 13:04 pm UTC| Insights & Views Real Estate

This week were exploring the state of nine different policy areas across Australias states, as detailed in Grattan Institutes State Orange Book 2018. Read the other articles in the series here. House prices might now be...

Australia's dangerous fantasy: diverting population growth to the regions

Oct 29, 2018 19:31 pm UTC| Insights & Views

This week were exploring the state of nine different policy areas across Australias states, as detailed in Grattan Institutes State Orange Book 2018. Read the other articles in the series here. A dangerous fantasy is...

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Economy

The drop in GDP rankings came as South Korea posted a nominal economic growth rate of 1.4 percent in 2019

South Korea produced a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) valued at US$1.64 trillion in 2019 to rank 10th globally, down two spots from 2018. The data was based on the Organization for Economic Cooperations (OECD)...

Migrant workers make up over 90 percent of Singapore's COVID-19 cases.

Industry groups in Singapore warned that a reduction in foreign workers would have numerous implications on the economy. They were reacting to a call for a change of policies with migrant workers making up over 90...

The drop was attributed to the lockdown-generated decline in the number of outbound travelers.

Overseas card spending by South Koreans reached US$3.6 billion in the first quarter, plunging 23 percent from the $4.68 billion expenditures in the same period last year. It was the sharpest year-on-year drop in...

The country's car production plunged over 90 percent duirng the pandemic.

The French government is infusing over $8.8 billion to save the countrys car industry from huge losses brought about by the lockdowns. The countrys car production plunged over 90 percent duirng the pandemic. French...

The surge in net income was due to increased interest income

South Koreas 79 savings banks reported a combined net income of 246.3 billion in the first quarter, rising 19.4 percent year-on, according to the data from the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS). The surge in net...

Politics

Why is there so much furore over China's Belt and Road Initiative?

There were certainly questions asked when Victoria first signed a memorandum of understanding to join Chinas Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2018, but it wasnt until the past week that the criticism reached a fever...

Melania Trump criticized for attending POTUS' meeting with VP and Homeland Security

Melania Trump attended the briefing for the 2020 hurricane season on May 28. It was attended by Vice President Mike Pence, Homeland Security agency, Emergency Management office, and NOAA, but some people raised their...

Melania Trump reportedly warned husband Donald Trump to take coronavirus seriously

Over the past several weeks and months during the coronavirus lockdown in the United States, First Lady Melania Trump has taken a more serious approach in getting Americans to comply with CDC guidelines to slow the spread....

US President Donald Trump tweets his condolences to over 100,000 coronavirus victims

The United States is the country that has been hit by the coronavirus pandemic the hardest. As the death toll has reached over 100,000, President Donald Trump tweeted out his condolences to the loved ones of the...

Joe Biden says he will likely pick his vice president by August 1

Joe Biden is yet to name his pick for his vice president. However, he said that the vetting process would likely be done by July and that he would already decide on a running mate by August 1. In an interview with CNNs...

Science

New study suggests asteroid collision did not cause extinction of the dinosaurs

It is widely believed that an asteroid collision on Earth was responsible for the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. However, a new study seems to suggest that it was not the case at all. Express reports that researchers...

Apollo 11: Buzz Aldrin reveals how they planted the US flag on the Moon

The historical Apollo 11 mission took place in 1969, with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin becoming the first men on the Moon. In uncovered interview footage, Aldrin reveals something about the flag they planted on the...

NASA: Rocosmos says Russia is to begin work on new space station

As NASA and Elon Musks SpaceX program are to make their first-ever launch on American soil, this would mean NASA would no longer rely on Russian space agency Rocosmos for launching its astronauts into space. Rocosmos chief...

Asteroids: Asteroid-comet hybrid spotted by NASA's asteroid warning system

Hybrids of objects seen in space are very rarely sighted, until recently. NASAs asteroid warning system in Hawaii recently spotted one hybrid of an asteroid and a comet known as Trojans. Express reports that astronomers...

Technology

The coronavirus pandemic is boosting the big tech transformation to warp speed

The coronavirus pandemic has sped up changes that were already happening across society, from remote learning and work to e-health, supply chains and logistics, policing, welfare and beyond. Big tech companies have not...

iPhone 12: Best leaked details about Apple’s next premium smartphones

Apple has been reportedly navigating through a series of challenges with its iPhone 12 timeline. But the rumor mill has not fallen short of information and photo leaks leaving not much to the imagination of tech...

iPhone SE has one interesting advantage over iPhone X, iPhone XS

Some Apple fans might still be weighing their options on whether or not they should give up older iPhone models for the newly released iPhone SE. It might help them decide if they realize that the smartphone, albeit...

Poco F2 Pro vs. Poco X2: What’s the right Poco device to buy

After a year-long silence, the Poco brand went in stronger in 2020 now has two new devices with its name on it even before the first half of the year concludes. The Poco X2 and Poco F2 Pro are both competitive smartphones...

Nintendo Switch: ‘The Outer Worlds’ and 3 more exciting games launching in June

June is going to be a good month for Nintendo Switch users simply because of the lineup of games launching on the portable console. One that needs no introduction is The Outer Worlds, but there are several other titles...
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