US election

The next US presidential election is scheduled for 3 November 2020.

JW Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt discusses the 2020 US presidential race and the Biden-Trump showdown.

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The cyberattacks that may have influenced last month's US presidential election should prompt Australia to secure its electoral processes, write Roland Wen and Richard Buckland. 

trade

We have to be better at helping the minority who lose out from free trade and free movement of labour, writes Richard Holden.

share crash

A Trump presidency will create a lot of uncertainty about many aspects of the economy and that is bad for confidence and investment, writes Richard Holden.

China shipping

A victory for Donald Trump in this US presidential election could result in a global trade war, says UNSW economist Tim Harcourt.

Obama and Hillary

Change in the White House … Change in the Congress, compliant and corrupt … Change won’t come from the top … Change will come from a mobilised grass roots. Lines from Donald Trump? No, they are from Barack Obama, writes Christopher Kremmer.

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Picking a winner in the tumultuous US Presidential race is a fraught exercise, a panel of experts has told a conference audience at UNSW.

Bernie Sanders

‘Super’ Sanders has some lessons for corporate marketers on reaching the young and restless, writes Tim Harcourt.