FACTBase Special Reports

Special reports published to date include:


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Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
FACTBase Special Report - Kwinana as a catalyst for economic development
This FACTBase Special Report is a key input into the Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom project. It examines the development of the Kwinana Industrial Area, including an overview of its early origins, industry ecosystem and economic contribution.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 3.34 MB
April 2018
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
FACTBase Special Report Snapshot - Kwinana as a catalyst for economic development
This FACTBase Special Report has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth's Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom project. This Special Report examines the evolution of the Kwinana Industrial Area catalysed by a State Agreement in the 1950's. Today it contributes $15.77b per annum to the WA economy and is home to a rage of symbiotic industries.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 748.3 KB
April 2018
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Special Report - Perth as a resilient economy
Perth as a resilient economy ‘sizes’ the industries that have shaped Perth’s economic development since the 1940s. Produced using quantitative data by the FACTBase team at The University of Western Australia, the report analyses industries and sectors that have been and are emerging as critical to the region’s economy. This report challenges conventional wisdoms by demonstrating that in fact, the economy is very resilient, recovers from shocks quickly and is increasingly diverse.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 5.76 MB
November 2017
Committee for Perth
FACTBase Special Report - Committee for Perth: A decade of positive impact
The past decade has been one of the most dramatic in Perth's history. Against the background of a dynamic global economy and expansion of the State's minerals and energy sectors, the city has experienced an economic, social and cultural transformation. This transformation has posed numerous questions about the future of Perth. This includes questions related to business competitiveness, global connectivity, urban policy and planning, quality of life, and social change. As the pace of change increased during the 2000s, the Committee for Perth and The University of Western Australia embarked on a unique research partnership (FACTBase) to better understand how the city was being transformed. The FACTBase project aimed to strengthen the evidence base underpinning the dialogue about the challenges the city faced, the ways in which it was changing, and how major challenges might be addressed.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 12.6 MB
December 2016
Future Freo
FACTBase Special Report - Fremantle as a re-connected city
This Special Report provides an assessment of the economic, social and cultural transformation of Greater Fremantle. It considers the change that has occurred in Fremantle in the context of change in the wider Perth metropolitan and Peel region.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 7.95 MB
December 2015
FACTBase
FACTBase Special Report - Perth as a spatially transforming region Volume 1
In presenting the temporal and spatial trends in the Perth and Peel metropolitan region, this two-volume report presents a thorough examination of Perth’s demographic, economic and social characteristics.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 12.32 MB
March 2015
FACTBase
FACTBase Special Report - Perth as a spatially transforming region Volume 2
In presenting the temporal and spatial trends in the Perth and Peel metropolitan region, this two-volume report presents a thorough examination of Perth’s demographic, economic and social characteristics.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 4.45 MB
March 2015
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Special Report - Perth as a globally connected city
This report explores some of the complex and diverse ways that Perth interacts with the rest of the world.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 9.39 MB
November 2013
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Special Report - Perth as a global minerals and energy hub
This report highlights the unique nature of Perth as a global mineral resources and energy hub, and demonstrates that the city’s abundance of natural resources has opened up a diverse range of new opportunities that now see it firmly integrated within the world economy.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 6.09 MB
November 2012
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