Ross Buckley


Government policy change to allow open banking will benefit Australian consumers by shifting control to the customer, writes Ross Buckley.


Four UNSW academics have been elected to the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in recognition of their contributions to their disciplines and to society.

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Cash usage has been in decline for years and should accelerate further with the real-time payments system the Reserve Bank has in the pipeline, writes Ross Buckley.

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From the outset, economic history was against Greece joining the Euro, writes Ross Buckley.


Cultural change is needed in our major banks, from how CEOs define their organisation's purpose, to how employees are rewarded, writes Ross Buckley.

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The government needs to rethink its policy and impose the levy, not on deposits, but far more broadly on bank balance sheets. Otherwise, it is simply making it easy for banks to pass on this new cost to customers, write Mary Dowell-Jones and Ross Buckley.


Africa leads the way with mobile money where financial value stored on electronic devices can be used for transactions outside the banking system. But overregulation could stop the innovation in its tracks.


While it is better to join now than not, we have lost respect and influence by procrastinating on membership of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, writes Ross Buckley.

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The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is the beginning of a second international economic architecture, and Australia should and must be involved, writes Ross Buckley.

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Australia's presidency of the G20 is the government's opportunity for some real foreign policy achievements. But to do this, Tony Abbott needs to start running with the ball, writes Ross Buckley.