Identification of opportunities to support structural adjustment in the Latrobe Valley

Briefing Report One: Assessing current knowledge

Meagan Tyler, Peter Fairbrother, Darryn Snell, Larissa Bamberry, Sam Carroll-Bell, Silvia Suraci

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Abstract

In January 2012, the Commonwealth Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government commissioned the Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work (based out of RMIT University) to examine opportunities for investment and job growth in the Latrobe Valley. Utilising existing data from key reports and research, this briefing report establishes a contextual overview for this study by answering the following questions:
What has been said about economic diversification in the Latrobe Valley Region (Baw Baw, Latrobe City and Wellington)
Where are the job opportunities (current and projected) in the Latrobe Valley Region and wider Gippsland?
What are the conditions for realising these opportunities?
Seeks to identify the roles and the skills of workers in industries likely to be impacted by a transition to a low carbon economy.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRMIT University
Commissioning bodyCommonwealth Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Tyler, Meagan ; Fairbrother, Peter ; Snell, Darryn ; Bamberry, Larissa ; Carroll-Bell, Sam ; Suraci, Silvia. / Identification of opportunities to support structural adjustment in the Latrobe Valley : Briefing Report One: Assessing current knowledge. RMIT University, 2012. 12 p.
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Identification of opportunities to support structural adjustment in the Latrobe Valley : Briefing Report One: Assessing current knowledge. / Tyler, Meagan; Fairbrother, Peter; Snell, Darryn; Bamberry, Larissa; Carroll-Bell, Sam; Suraci, Silvia.

RMIT University, 2012. 12 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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