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The Economic Impact of Penalty Rates Cuts on Rural NSW

A retail industry case study

Penalty rates play a central role in rural and regional economies throughout Australia. This study continues The McKell Institute’s suite of research on penalty rate reductions to workers and local economies, with a focus on the impact in rural New South Wales of a potential future reduction in penalty rates.

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