Economics

coal power

As Australia continues to prop up the coal industry, the United States is steadily taking away the supports, writes Christian Downie.

jobs

The lack of evidence of the long-trusted relationship between the labour market and GDP growth is particularly puzzling, writes Richard Holden.

rock climbing

It is a week of waiting, watching, and holding our breath, writes Richard Holden.

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Algorithms and software do not muse about global economic events; they merely chase mechanical patterns that they are programmed to find, writes Usman W. Chohan.

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The announcement of two important and, it turned out, depressing pieces of economic data is more evidence that advanced economies are suffering from secular stagnation, writes Richard Holden.

More with less

When times are tough, businesses cut staff. But research suggests depleting intellectual assets can backfire, leading to a less productive workplace.

tourist

As the Chinese economy slows and demand for mining resources declines, Australia must look to its other areas of strength – agriculture and financial services – to drive economic growth, says Fariborz Moshirian.

Harbour houses

While many fortunes have been accumulated through hard work and invention, many more are the result of unfair advantage, new research shows.

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Encouraging confidence in northern Australia development is not the same as picking winners, writes Richard Holden.

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Malcolm Turnbull could lead bold and important reforms in five key areas: the GST, childcare, infrastructure, university funding and the environment, writes Richard Holden.

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