Aziel Goh

Aziel Goh

Can cash grants help reduce poverty?

By · October 25th, 2013

Aziel Goh examines whether outright cash grants to the poor, no strings attached, may hold one of the keys to alleviating poverty.

U.S. debt ceiling under scrutiny

By · October 1st, 2013

At best, it reduces the risk of spiralling debt. At worst, it is misused as a bargaining tool. Aziel Goh examines the historical origins of the debt ceiling and whether the need for it still holds.

The Fall of the Australian Dollar

By · May 30th, 2013

Crashing from its peak of $US1.10 in July 2011, the AUD has reached an 11 month low. What is driving the decline of the Aussie dollar?

Labor’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

By · May 5th, 2013

Labor’s proposed National Disability Insurance Scheme seems to be an investment that brings a variety of returns that may not necessarily be quantifiable.

Bank of Japan’s monetary policy: Japan and Australia

By · April 21st, 2013

Japan is certainly committed to big changes to breathe new life into their economy. How does it work, will it succeed, and what does it mean for us?

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