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Access Economics has set the benchmark for economic analysis and insight in Australia. In early 2011, the directors and staff of Access Economics joined Deloitte. The team’s impressive track record and reputation for independence, integrity and authority place it at the apex of government and business advisory, helping to shape public policy, business insights and investment strategy at the highest levels.
Deloitte Access Economics produces five highly regarded publications, aimed at giving clients a leading edge by providing key economic data and analysis. For information about these publications or subscriptions, please contact us on +61 2 6175 2000.
Commonwealth Budget Monitor
The economic cost and burden of eye diseases and preventable blindness in Mexico
Deloitte Access Economics has analysed the economic impact and burden of four eye diseases in nine countries and the cost effectiveness of interventions to prevent eye disease and blindness. Subsequently the analysis has been expanded to an additional seven countries. This report presents estimates for Mexico. more
Building an open platform for natural disaster resilience decisions
The report builds on previous work commissioned by the Australian Business Roundtable for Disaster Resilience and Safer Communities, which analysed the opportunities for Australia to design a more sustainable and comprehensive national approach to making communities safer and more resilient. This report investigates the decision-making challenge and identifies the strengths and weaknesses of Australia's approach to natural disaster data and research. more