FACTBase Bulletins

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FACTBase Bulletin 53 - Gender in the Boardroom - Profiling WA's ASX 100 Company Directors
This FACTBase Bulletin explores gender equality in Perth as measured by examining the number of CEO positions of WA 100 ASX (Australian Securities Exchange) listed companies as defined by market capitalisation. It has been prepared to provide a quantitative base following on from the Committee for Perth’s 2015 report on gender equality – Filling the Pool.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 766.31 KB
May 2017
FACTBase
FACTBase Bulletin 52 - Sizing and Mapping Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training in Perth and Peel
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom project and aims to ‘size’ and spatially examine the sector in the Perth and Peel regions to quantify the contribution to the regional economy and identify opportunities for economic growth.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 2.1 MB
April 2017
Transport & Congestion
FACTBase Bulletin 51 - The Relationship Between Transport, Spatial Form And Economic Growth. A comparison and analysis of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth's Get a Move On! project. It analyses the relationship between transport, spatial form and economic growth in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth through the consolidation of information from recently published literature. It aims to identify the impacts of accessibility on the spatial structure of employment and the key strengths and weaknesses resulting from transport and urban form in each metropolis.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 3.31 MB
August 2016
Transport & Congestion
FACTBase Bulletin 50 - Examining 60 Years of Strategic Planning in Metropolitan Perth and Peel
This Bulletin examines the evolution of strategic land use and transport planning for the Perth and Peel regions from 1955 to 2015. It has been produced as part of the Committee for Perth’s Get a Move On! project, which delivers a comprehensive analysis of land use and transport in the Perth and Peel region and provides recommendations for the future.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.29 MB
June 2016
Transport & Congestion
FACTBase Bulletin 49 - The Dilemma in Sub-Regional Commuting: Matching Resident Jobs Skills to Workplace Location
This Bulletin is part of the Committee for Perth’s Get a Move On! project. The report examines the job skills matching within metropolitan sub-regions by mapping where people live and where they work.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 842.88 KB
June 2016
Transport & Congestion
FACTBase Bulletin 48 - The Impacts of Employment Decentralisation on Commuting in the Perth and Peel Regions
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth’s Get a Move On! project, which delivers a comprehensive analysis of land use and transport in the Perth and Peel region and provided recommendations for the future.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.7 MB
May 2016
FACTBase
FACTBase Bulletin 47 - The Attraction of Perth and Peel Centres for Global Firms and Local Commuters
This FACTBase unpacks the industry and employment attractiveness of these centres by examining the geographical distribution of economic activities at the Statistical Area Level 2 (SA2) spatial scale.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 4.35 MB
April 2016
FACTBase
FACTBase Bulletin 46 - Commuting across Perth and Peel: Unpacking patterns, measures and policy implications
This FACTBase Bulletin examines interregional commuting across Perth and Peel, including the large fly-in fly-out workforce living in the metropolitan area and working in regional Western Australia.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.28 MB
March 2016
Future Freo
FACTBase Fremantle 4: Economic Investment Flows of Greater Fremantle: An Entrepôt of Global Activity
This FACTBase Fremantle Bulletin explores the economic investment flows of Greater Fremantle.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 2.07 MB
September 2015
FACTBase
FACTBase Bulletin 45 - Internal Migration Patterns and Trends within Metro Perth and Peel
This Bulletin aims to present a broad picture of the spatial patterns and trends of internal migration within the 33 local government areas that make up the Perth and Peel region.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 3.64 MB
September 2015