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$663,000 HECS debts and the Government’s new strategy

By · September 11th, 2020

Is the Government’s plan to abolish $663,000 HECS debts a necessary measure to minimise wastage of public funds, or is it taking things too far? Gabriel Chenkov-Shaw investigates.

The economics of free childcare in Australia

By · September 3rd, 2020

Few countries in the world require children to be in a classroom before they turn 6. Could Australia use this crisis to step into the breach? Charlie Francis takes a look.

The money tree: How the Americans and Brits responded to COVID

By · August 24th, 2020

How does Australia’s economic response to COVID-19 compare to the rest of the world? Join Pinidu as he takes a scalpel to assess the stimulus packages from Washington and Westminster.

How aged care wages paint a powerful narrative of glaring inequality

By · August 19th, 2020

An insightful articulation by Hugo of the medical sector’s changes in lifestyle.


Economics of media

By · August 9th, 2020

Join Nigel as he delves into the psychoanalysis of what media truly is.

Fixing our gas woes to power Australia out of recession

By · June 1st, 2020

How will the Australian economy recover following the pandemic that has crippled the globe? Read on as Charlie Francis discusses the viability of increasing our use of gas as an energy source to revive Australia’s production capabilities.

Diversification is strength: Australia’s trade war with China

By · May 28th, 2020

The global pandemic will cause repercussions beyond the policies implemented, join Jeremy as he analyses the Australia-China trade agreement.

Foreign Aid: There are No Free Lunches

By · May 21st, 2020

Foreign aid, a helping hand or a contract to benefit? Raymond He explores two sides of the coin to address concerns of foreign aid


“Embrace, extend and extinguish” – Amor Fati and the Paradox of Recurrence

By · May 12th, 2020

Join James as he explores killer acquisition in the ever-growing business world.

What does climate change mean for you?

By · May 4th, 2020

Join Charles on his expedition to delve into the crux of climate change.

The adverse effects of information asymmetry

By · May 1st, 2020

What do murder mysteries and car sales have in common? Edward Meehan explores the ramifications of imperfect information in creating inefficient markets.

For a rainy day – Why Australia should be saving to spend

By · April 27th, 2020

Join Jeremy as he uncovers the balance point between expenditure and expenses.


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