It will take more social change and policy intervention to help women close the gap in working life as well as retirement, writes Rafal Chomik.
Australian companies will play a key role in the London Olympics, writes Tim Harcourt.
Julian Assange's request of Ecuador for political asylum is premature and legally baseless and Ecuador's motives are suspect, write Jane McAdam and Ben Saul.
The High Court's decision will force the federal government to reconsider what programs it funds and how it does so, writes George Williams.
Unless the referendum to recognise Indigenous people in the constitution has broad public support to succeed, it will join a long list of failed attempts to change Australia's constitution, writes George Williams.
In encouraging a more diverse public service economy, governments must pay attention to accountability, contestability and competitive neutrality, writes Gary Sturgess
Why would the ACT Treasurer throw out a perfectly respectable source of revenue - stamp duty - and narrow the tax base? asks Jenny Stewart.
It is time Australian governments paid serious attention to the structure and efficiency of the public service economy, writes Gary Sturgess.
Aside from the occasional controversy, most businesses find Indonesia quite accessible, writes Tim Harcourt.
Drug prohibition infringes the common law right to silence and the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, write Ben Mostyn and Helen Gibbon.