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  • Major infrastructure projects: Costs and productivity issues
    Produced for the Australian Constructors Association, this Deloitte Access Economics report looks construction sector costs and productivity in the delivery of public infrastructure projects.
  • Fraud and corruption health check – why you need it and what should it look like
    The risks and realities of fraud and corruption are widely recognised as a significant issue for organisations, regardless of industry or geography.
  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    135th edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • ORFR and member equity
    This article discusses some practical considerations in the area of equity for members arising from the introduction of the SPS 114 ORFR that we believe the industry will face over the next few years.
  • Western Australian Stock Exchange Index
    134th edition of the Deloitte WA Stock Exchange Index (Deloitte WA Index), a monthly review of Western Australian (WA) stocks and indices.
  • Broadcast sports rights: premium plus
  • Phablets are not a phad
  • Performance rights lift recorded music revenues
    To maximize revenues from performance rights – and to deliver growth to the sector – the music industry should consider the following.
  • Television measurement: for better and worse
    The current approach to quantifying TV consumption was most accurate when there were relatively few channels and no other viewing choices—viewers watched all video content on TV sets.
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): not yet disruptive, but the future looks bright
    MOOCs are a fast-growing trend in the educational landscape. In the short term, MOOCs aren’t a threat to traditional higher education providers, and in fact might never be a threat, even in the long term.
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