Is Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull right to say that Labor plans to increase taxes by A$100 billion over ten years? James Morley investigates.
No matter how one cuts the data, there's no evidence that conservatives are better managers of the economy, writes James Morley.
The concept of economic growth is being reshaped by endogenous growth theory – the idea that growth can be determined by boosting knowledge and population as much as building bridges and highways, writes James Morley.
The Shadow RBA Board recommends what the Reserve Bank should do, not predicts what it will do, writes James Morley.
Minimum wages might be okay, but progressive taxes are better at tackling income inequality, writes James Morley.
The Federal Reserve is winding down its quantitative easing programs and all eyes are on it to see when there will be “liftoff” of the federal funds rate from zero.