Australian politics, society & culture

Economics

James Lovatt
Lovatts Crosswords gave its profits to employees. What went wrong?
By Richard Cooke
Image of mining workers flying from Perth
A region returns to earth
By Hamish McDonald
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Australia’s car industry has met policy failure head-on
By Richard Denniss
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Malcolm Turnbull’s greatest obstacle to tax reform is close to home
By Richard Denniss
The dominance of baby boomers is becoming total
By Richard Cooke
Supermarket in Oregon.
Paul Mason’s ‘PostCapitalism’ and the future of economics
By Scott Ludlam
Paul Keating and Bob Hawke in 1989.
Chris Bowen’s ‘The Money Men’ and the ideal treasurer
By Andrew Charlton
How long can Australia ride in the coal wagon?
By Paul Cleary
Former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis on Greece’s economic crisis
By Christos Tsiolkas
Joe Hockey, Mathias Cormann and Kelly O'Dwyer gather around the Intergenerational Report in March. © Mick Tsikas / AAP
How economic modelling is used to circumvent democracy and shut down debate
By Richard Denniss
Does the future belong to “sharing economy” companies like Uber and Airbnb?
By Linda Jaivin
The poor face onerous rules while rich corporations avoid tax with impunity
By Richard Cooke
Art and artifice in John Michael McDonagh’s ‘Calvary’
By Luke Davies
Australia once had death taxes, as they are generally called by their opponents; supporters call them inheritance, estate or bequest taxes © Simon Schluter / Fairfax Syndication
Taxes, death and superannuation
By Judith Brett
By Rhys Muldoon
An abandoned cafe in the asbestos-riddled ghost town of Wittenoom, WA. Wikimedia Commons
Mining literature
By Malcolm Knox

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