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General Motors will be retiring the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand. Credit: Shutterstock

Tim Harcourt, economic adviser to the Bracks Review, says the end of Holden reminds us of how the automotive industry can guarantee its future in Australia.

Reserve Bank of Australia, Sydney, New South Wales.

Climate change could result in substantial economic loss if central banks don’t take action, says a UNSW expert on global finance.

Tim Brand

The UNSW Business School student is determined not to get caught up in selection hype as his team prepares for Tokyo 2020.

JW Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from UNSW Business School explores the impact of the US-China Trade Deal on the global economy.

Whilst the US-China agreement is not ideal for Australia, anything is a better outcome than an all-out trade war.

J.W. Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from UNSW Business School explores the impact of the US-China trade deal on the global economy.

 

 

Wuhan

The same technological forces that make the Wuhan outbreak a global concern are also key to managing the crisis response.

A three-day trial for this landmark court case has been scheduled to commence on 20 July 2020 in Sydney.

Is the next shake-up to Australia’s superannuation industry just around the corner?

J.W. Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from the UNSW Business School explains how the coronavirus will affect the Australian economy

J.W. Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from the UNSW Business School explains how the coronavirus will affect the Australian economy; namely the services exports, tourism and education where the big impacts will be felt.

Iowa caucus 2020

The Iowa caucuses have been criticised for being unrepresentative. But there are good reasons for small states to go first in the US primary process.

Indonesia is largely covered in the press in Australia these days – mainly about the three B’s – boats, beef and Bali.

Economist Tim Harcourt discusses the Indonesian-Australian economic partnership ahead of the arrival of Indonesian President Joko Widodo. 

The UK is officially leaving the EU today – 31 January 2020 at 11pm.

Economist Tim Harcourt interviewed Australian exporters and diplomats to obtain their views on trade and the economy following Brexit.

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