The British Royal Family have yet again been thrust into the spotlight, renewing taxpayers’ frustrations that they fund such a lavish lifestyle. Synnove Undhjem explores the economic effects of the Royal Family from another perspective.
China has long been Australia’s most prominent trade partner. With political tensions flaring, Sohan Pujar discusses what the future of Australian trade might be.
Australia has been in the grips of a housing affordability crisis for at least a decade now. Join Akshita Vaid as she discusses some current challenges resulting from the crisis and some ways to tackle it.
Credit Suisse, David Cameron and the Whyalla steelworks: The extraordinary demise of Greensill Capital
Australian supply chain financing firm Greensill Capital has held a grandiose and incredulous public image through its association with many powerful figures, such as former British Prime Minister David Cameron and former Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. Join Pinidu as he sets out to explore the world of supply-chain finance and provides an insight into the firm’s dramatic fall from grace.
As you embark on exam revision, you will find yourself saying things like “I will start my exam preparation tomorrow” or “I will do my essay and submit it tomorrow”. You will know for a fact that these shallow promises are rarely seen through. In his second ESSA article, Shabeeh Haider presents us with the hard, economic truth for why we can call ourselves procrastination kings.
Semiconductors are changing the world, but the industry has been hit hard over the year foregone. Join Lawrence as he explores the sheer power and influence of semiconductors, and just exactly how our economy began to run out.
The 2021 Budget marks a significant shift away from Liberal Government approaches in the past. Join Ezekiel, as he analyses the political and macroeconomic of this year’s budget and its implications for the future.
The end of the Jobkeeper program has yet again forced Australian businesses to adapt. Synnove Undhjem explores how these businesses might survive in Australia’s post-COVID economy.