economy

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From higher mortgages to hoarding outdated technologies, how will the government’s current stance on climate change affect the economy for Australians?

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Governments are spending at unprecedented levels. Where does this money come from, and are governments saddling young people with too much debt?

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Australia is not yet seeing the level of business closures predicted for when JobKeeper and other support measures ended, say UNSW Business academics.

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Without greater urgency on vaccinations, Australia's full economic recovery is still at least nine months away.

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After federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg recently talked up the benefits of a potential COVID-19 baby boom, two UNSW economists examine the economic merits of having more children.

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The current economic crisis has exposed the decay in Australia’s manufacturing capability and highlighted the need for increased investment in innovation.

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Australia’s $300 billion coronavirus deficit has been called 'eye-watering' and may take decades to pay back, but who exactly is Australia in debt to?

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The average Australian household is wealthier yet more indebted than the average German household, partly due to tax and retirement income policies.

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Stamp duty reform is needed in times of crisis where for every day parts of Australia are in lockdown, billions of dollars are taken away from subsidies to the states, says a UNSW property expert.

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Neurobiological factors blind people to making sound investment decisions when markets are hit by large macroeconomic shocks, shows UNSW Business School research.

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