Marketing is getting in the way of markets that could get us to net-zero
Nov 13, 2021 07:33 am UTC| Economy
This week the prime minister entered full marketing mode. Scott Morrisons topic was climate change and his plans to get to net-zero. At the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Wednesday, he tried out a few...
Laugh at the US if you will, but Australia narrowly escaped a debt ceiling
Oct 09, 2021 08:11 am UTC| Economy
The United States government is scheduled to hit its debt ceiling of US$28.4 billion on or around October 18. The US debt ceiling isnt like the limit on a credit card, which is imposed by the lender worried about the...
3 economic facts point to a big-spending federal budget
Apr 30, 2021 07:08 am UTC| Economy
Its difficult to make predictions, the saying goes, especially about the future. The many predictions federal budgets make about the economy over the coming four years must therefore be taken with a large grain of...
The pros and cons of diversity in organisations
Apr 23, 2021 11:44 am UTC| Insights & Views Business
Breaking down the old boys club in business, government and other organisations is intrinsically important. Ensuring greater diversity in organisations on gender, racial, ethnic and other lines is, simply put, the right...
Vital Signs: COVID-19 recession is different – and we need more stimulus to deal with it.
Jun 21, 2020 03:30 am UTC| Economy
Australia has done well on the public health front during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to decisive action by the National Cabinet in March. Australia has done better than most countries on the economic front, too, thanks...
Modelling tells us the coronavirus app will need a big take-up, economics tells us how to get it
Apr 26, 2020 05:30 am UTC| Technology
With Australias test-confirmed daily COVID-19 infection rates continuing to fall to relatively low levels, there is considerable discussion about when and how the successful containment measures might be...
The end of the checkout signals a dire future for those without the right skills
Jan 18, 2020 04:45 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy
There has already been a fair number of jobs lost to automation over recent decades from factory workers to bank tellers. In the coming decade we might see radically larger numbers of jobs lost to automation, thanks to...
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