Kristy Muir

Withdrawing $10,000 from your super means that you could be selling assets in a falling market.

Taking money out of your super can come at a high cost which is not apparent until much further down the track, says a UNSW expert.

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A UNSW Economics expert examines flaws in the JobKeeper scheme and explains what should be done.

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The inequality gap could widen to the ‘deserving’ and ‘undeserving poor’ if leaders aren’t courageous, says Centre for Social Impact CEO.

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Today's national accounts are important, but for many Australians they will say little about living standards.

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Having work, but not enough of it to meet the costs of living, is especially a problem for young people, says UNSW Professor Kristy Muir.

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Professor Kristy Muir, CEO at the Centre for Social Impact, says the 2018 federal budget did not include enough for vulnerable members of our society.

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Large numbers of people and households would not be prepared or adequately supported in the event of a financial shock, finds a new report from Kristy Muir and Axelle Marjolin.

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Australia’s young people are facing urgent problems, including a youth unemployment rate of 13.9% and demand for jobs that is far outstripping supply, write Kristy Muir, Abigail Powell and Rose Butler.