David Stockman’s ‘The Great Deformation’: doomsday ramblings or insightful criticism of modern financial systems? Hungy reads to find out.
As Australia seeks a slice of the TPP, Marco Madzzar considers the merits of free trade with respect to agriculture.
The Australian political scene is widely considered as having been particularly tumultuous over the
past few years by virtually all political commentators.
As his time as a student of Economics at the University of Melbourne comes to an end, Chris reflects on his four years of study and looks ahead to the future as a somewhat qualified economist.
Alice He discusses the money and economics behind college athletics.
Elijah Lim ponders life after uni. He questions whether that ideal, well-paid job is in fact the key to a happy life, referring to Hegelian and Marxian theories of ‘alienation’.
This week the ESSA Editors pick out the best articles from the latest in the world of economics, politics, and everything in between.
Kim Liu investigates congestion on our roads, and what we can learn from Wall Street.
Aziel Goh examines whether outright cash grants to the poor, no strings attached, may hold one of the keys to alleviating poverty.
Following the announcement of the 2020 Tokyo Games, Tom Xia analyses the intricacies of hosting the Olympic Games and whether it brings prosperity to the host nation.
Is it or isn’t it a real Nobel Prize? Laura Mulligan takes a look at the surprising history and prior controversies of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.