Economics
Hi-tech new is not enough, we must create a better future

Innovation needs to be cultural, economic and social as well as technological to address global ...  
Chalmers talks up 'well-being' budgets, but Labor still needs to deliver

In his recent essay for The Monthly, Treasurer Jim Chalmers laid out his blueprint for abandoning ...  
The radical extremist Liberal Party of Australia

The Party that calls itself Liberal and which describe itself as conservative is neither liberal ...  
Damning report exposes Adani's corporate cons

A report condemning the Adani Group's history of alleged fraud, bullying and criminal acts has the ...  
Chalmers’ fantasy of making a ‘better’ capitalism is absurd

The Treasurer has unveiled a flawed and shallow economic argument for a reshaped and ‘uniquel ...  
Taxing the super-rich a good start to ending wealth inequality

Pressure is mounting for the Albanese Government to end the Coalition's legacy of neoliberalism ...  
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Australia’s renewed commitment to neighbourliness is saving lives

The Albanese Government has acted promptly to begin the process of restoring Australia’s repu ...  
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Jacinda calls time with the NZ economy performing among the world’s best

The legacy of retiring New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern must include sound economic ...  
Treasury tacks 'well-being' onto their endless growth framework

The October Budget offers us a sparkly new “well-being” framework, which doesn't dent the ...  
Strike action — a resurgent force in 2023

In the midst of a worldwide cost of living crisis, the right to industrial action is back on the ...  
Paths for the Albanese Government to improve immigration in 2023

After disrepair in the visa system and implementing urgent interim measures, 2023 will have to be ...  
Tax reform urgently needed as inflation soars

With the cost of living and wealth inequality still plaguing our economy, reforms are in need for ...  
#4 TOP STORY OF 2022: Rapid growth in skilled independent visas under Albanese

The Albanese Government is set to open up Australia's skilled migrant intake, according to Dr ...  
#6 TOP IA STORY OF 2022: Home Affairs losing control of visa system

Plotting Australia's shambolic immigration system in 2022 was a former Deputy Secretary of the ...  
Reserve Bank in danger of causing an economic recession

The Reserve Bank of Australia is lifting interest rates in an attempt to curb inflation but risks ...  
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We expected an economic turnaround, but not this swiftly

The latest official statistics confirm Australia’s economy is back among the world’s leader ...  
China and Iran protestors fighting for real democracy, not capitalist capture

The most recent report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (IEU) has caused many a sharp intake ...  
Gough Whitlam's enthusiasm for reform has left a lasting legacy

The Whitlam Government’s economic performance was certainly not perfect, but it deserves a ...  

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