Economics
Government issues biggest round of Skilled Independent visas in years

The Labor Government has issued its largest number of Skilled Independent visas in years as well ...  
Australia’s wealth increased last year, but mostly for the rich

The Coalition Government’s last year in office saw wealth shift further from the poor to the ...  
Capitalism, the Fourth Great Humility, will consume us all

Unless humanity starts making urgent changes, neoliberalism will have disastrous consequences on ...  
Detecting the cause of America's collapsing economy

The dramatic decline of the once-great U.S. economy has important lessons for Australia and the ...  
Put a price on pollution or we'll keep cooking the planet

Placing a value on the environment through formal well-regulated markets is a better way to effect ...  
Poverty is a persistent crisis

With the cost of living growing, governments need to pull Australia out of its downward spiral of ...  
Chalmers’ challenge just got a whole lot scarier

The latest official data on Australia’s economy reveals serious structural problems making all ...  
Snowy 2.0 contractor has no working capital facility but denies dispute

One of the two major contractors for the $5 billion-plus Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro project says it ...  
Scrapping Stage 3 tax cuts is essential, but won’t be an easy ride

Repealing the Stage 3 tax cuts won't be an easy task, presenting Anthony Albanese with a unique ...  
Raise the corporate tax rate and kill three birds with one stone

Among proposals for tax reform considered by the Albanese Government, lifting the corporate tax ...  
Albanese Government favours jobs and growth over biodiversity

The Labor Government seems focused on the mantra of jobs and growth, failing to observe the ...  
Immigration policy dominates Jobs Summit day two

As immigration policy took precedence at the recent Jobs Summit, Dr Abul Rizvi discussed solutions ...  
Cutting costs in a sky-high economy

As inflation hits us all, Mick explains to Bazza how to cut costs over a few expensive beers.  
Jobs Summit sending us back onto the Big Australia hamster wheel

Via its Jobs and Skills Summit, Labor looks set to ignore voters on its way back to all-time ...  
Jobs Summit should not be a rubber stamp for neoliberalism

The Jobs and Skills Summit will give the opportunity to confront the failures of neoliberalism.  
The rise and fall of Robodebt: FLASHBACK 2019

The Albanese Government has announced a royal commission into the Coalition's unlawful and lethal ...  
Jobs Summit an opportunity to fix immigration policy

The forthcoming Jobs Summit will provide the Government with an opportunity to focus on reforming ...  
The tax cut promise that must now be broken

Despite a potential backlash by the Murdoch press, the time is right for Labor to repeal the ...  

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