The Intergenerational Report looks at fiscal projections but ignores retirement outcomes, wasting a good opportunity to discuss how to future-proof the system, writes Rafal Chomik.
UNSW experts are available to comment on the federal government's latest Intergenerational Report, published on Thursday.
Evaluations of research ethics do not benefit from a tick-box approach, writes Gigi Foster.
Research by University of Queensland economists Paul Frijters and Redzo Mujcic revealing discrimination by Brisbane bus drivers deserves to be published, writes Andreas Ortmann.
There is one simple solution to the debate on making childcare more affordable in Australia, writes Richard Holden.
If you're selling property and want a good price, you might want to enlist an attractive real estate agent, new research shows.
The Shadow RBA Board recommends what the Reserve Bank should do, not predicts what it will do, writes James Morley.
If Abbott fails to hold on to leadership, history will record it was economics that did him in, writes Richard Holden.
What are the economic implications for Australia if Malcolm Turnball replaced Joe Hockey as treasurer, ask Tim Harcourt and Richard Holden.
The nation has been transfixed by the crisis over the Liberal leadership and hence prime ministership since Australia Day, write Tim Harcourt and Richard Holden.