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Queensland Building and Construction Commission: an analysis of governance, regulatory approach and capability

11 April 2022

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As part of our advisory work, ANZSOG was commissioned to provide independent research to inform a review into governance arrangements for the Queensland Building and Construction Industry.

The research covers the background and context for regulation of the building and construction sector in Queensland, sets out comparative practices in other jurisdictions and best practice evidence drawn from OECD research, and offers a number of observations for further consideration in the review process, which we believe have relevance for other jurisdictions considering reform in this area.

 

TITLE: The Queensland Building and Construction Commission: An Analysis of Governance, Regulatory Approach and Capability

AUTHORS: Andrew Bushnell, Patrick Brownlee, Subho Banerjee

SERIES: ANZSOG Research Insights

NUMBER: 22

DATE: April 2022

PUBLISHER: Australia and New Zealand School of Government

ISSN: 2653-7281

DOI: 10.54810/BGAC1535

CITATION: Bushnell, Andrew, Patrick Brownlee and Subho Banerjee. The Queensland Building and Construction Commission: An Analysis of Governance, Regulatory Approach and Capability: ANZSOG Research Insights No. 22. Melbourne: Australia and New Zealand School of Government, April 2022.

Published Date: 11 April 2022

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