The case for a consumer
wellbeing approach in Australia
Following an era of essential service deregulation, many have questioned whether
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FOR RELEASE:26 November 2020
Young people wading into a sea of debt as they bear the brunt of COVID-19
Consumer data released today by the Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) reveals a growing proportion of young Australians left vulnerable as they face a future of mounting debt due to the lasting impact of COVID-19.After 6 months of steep financial challenges, many young consumers have turned to unsustainable practices to get by, including a growing reliance on loans and credit card/buy-now-pay-later services, borrowing from family and friends, and drawing down on limited available capital. The numbers of young people seeking payment assistance and missing basic household bill payments are on the rise.
Jul 7, 2020
Building Markets That Work for People
CPRC’s first virtual event with The Wheeler Centre hosted leading advocates, researchers, and regulators exploring the experience of older consumers…Access recording
Nov 19, 2019
Consumer data is a major input to production. Data R(E)volution brought together those working on the frontier of research, technology…Access recording
Feb 25, 2019
The Renter’s Journey Forum
Taking a consumer-centric approach to reform of the rental market is critical to overcoming long-standing power imbalances. This event brings…Access recording
Nov 19, 2019
Presentation to Euroconsumers International Forum
Digital innovation and effective regulation is a global challenge. CEO Lauren Solomon delivered an address to Consumer Power 2019 –…Access recording