With inflation on the rise, people are looking for safe havens for their money – and markets that were considered riskier in the past are now looking increasingly attractive.
Good decisions can be systematised. We are tantalisingly close, but there’s work to do yet.
The 2022 Times Higher Education rankings also saw psychology and business and economics subjects move up the list.
Without academic freedom and rule of law it’s hard to see how China’s economy can continue to grow so fast.
The US debt ceiling is a form of self-delusion: a limit imposed on a borrower by the borrower itself. Australia had one until the Coalition and the Greens abolished it.
Latest underemployment and labour force figures underscore gender inequalities and suggest disadvantages are passing to future generations.
Chinese authorities have an intriguing, if troubling, option in handling the Evergrande crisis.
Without appropriate support, it’s more likely people will break COVID restrictions, for example go to work, or gather in family groups for support.
Governments are spending at unprecedented levels. Where does this money come from, and are governments saddling young people with too much debt?
OzSAGE's first recommendations deal with ventilation and the measures that will have to accompany widespread vaccination.