Consumer wellbeing

2 February 2023

Buy Now, Pain Later – The experience of Victorian consumers with Buy Now, Pay Later loans

19 December 2022

Rising rates, falling financial wellbeing: the impact of housing stress on Victorians

19 October 2022

Aboriginal private rental access in Victoria: “excluded from the start”

The Aboriginal Private Rental Access Project (APRAP) seeks to address systemic problems and other access barriers Aboriginal people encounter in accessing private rental.
29 June 2022

Australian consumers in their own words

CPRC’s research report Australian consumers in their own words examines key themes and consumer concerns from a series of consumer focus groups held in mid 2021.
24 March 2022

Productivity Commission: Australia’s productivity performance – Call for submissions

CPRC believes that the Productivity Commission should take a broader view of how to improve productivity, ensuring that benefits are spread evenly across all consumers. Applying […]
2 March 2022

Submission to Social Housing Regulation Review

CPRC’s core research areas include‘ Markets that work for people’ and ‘Consumer Wellbeing’. These research areas focus on ensuring markets work for people and giving voice […]
16 February 2022

ACCAN feedback on the Remaking the Telecommunications (Listed Infringement Notice Provisions) Declaration 2011

While the CPRC generally supports the proposed amendments in Privacy Legislation Amendment (Enhancing Online Privacy and Other Measures) Bill 2021
15 February 2022

Submission to the Treasury CRIS: Improving Consumer Guarantees and Supplier Indemnification Provisions under the Australian Consumer Law

Consumer Policy Research Centre submission to the Treasury Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (CRIS): Improving the Effectiveness of the Consumer Guarantee and Supplier Indemnification Provision under the Australian Consumer […]
20 October 2021

Towards a wellbeing approach to consumer policy in Australia

As the focus of policy makers shifts to rebuilding our communities and economy, now is the time to focus on a wellbeing approach to market governance.