We need to consider the growing complexity of the tax system without losing sight of what's fair.
Could we be the last in space? Of all the OECD countries, Australia and Iceland are the only ones without a national space agency, writes Andrew Dempster.
If Labor is to last longer in government next time around, it needs to better define not only itself but its opponent, writes Mark Rolfe.
Both major parties have approached the complexities of NSW with piecemeal policies in constrained circumstances. Neither has an industry policy, argues Mark Rolfe.
Stable investment in research and development is vital to Australia's economic future, yet only the Greens so far have released a dedicated policy, writes Merlin Crossley.
Who forms Australia's next government is a question of politics not law, with the constitution silent about hung parliaments, says Professor George Williams.
Australian personal taxpayers overwhelmingly support the need for reform of the personal tax system, according to a new survey conducted by the Australian School of Taxation (Atax) at UNSW.