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Global health in a globalised world

By · August 29th, 2018

Globalisation has allowed for a great dispersion of medical technologies and has enriched countries, providing them with more capital to invest in their health systems. It has also left communities vulnerable and poor, exacerbating inequalities. A balance needs to be found, writes Lemia Bickalo.

How much should politicians be paid? (Part 1 of 2)

By · August 21st, 2018

Are countries getting it right when it comes to politicians’ salaries? In this two-part series, Hasitha Jayatilake explores the merits to increasing pay and benefits for lawmakers.

In defence of uncertainty

By · August 8th, 2018

Nick Henderson argues that a counterintuitive dose of uncertainty is not just beneficial, but essential for economic and moral development.

Never forget: ‘It’s the economy, stupid’

By · August 5th, 2018

Some people are hoping that Trump doesn’t see the beginning of a second term. Mitchell Harvey explains why they shouldn’t hold their breath and how Trump might be a continuing fixture in their lives.


Oplan Tokhang: The Philippines’ War on Drugs

By · May 25th, 2018

Earlier this year, the Filipino government relaunched its violent crackdown on drugs. Sao Yang Hew discusses the unintended consequences of the infamous drug war on the people of the Philippines.

Is market concentration undermining wage growth?

By · May 23rd, 2018

Wage growth remains stubbornly low across the developed world. Do big companies hold too much power in the labour market? Miguel Ayala discusses the effects of these monopsonies on wages.

The economics of diversity

By · May 16th, 2018

The effect of ethnic diversity on development has long been a subject of fierce debate. Hasitha Jayatilake takes a close look at the key issues in this debate.

Explaining the recent tumble in US stocks

By · April 20th, 2018

US equities have had a shaky start to 2018. Nathan McClelland explores some of the possible reasons for this volatility.


Trump’s trade ban: Ridiculous or rational?

By · April 10th, 2018

With the world’s two largest economic powers hurtling towards a trade war after the US accused China of unfair trading practices, Thomas Goh delves into China’s trading practices to determine whether these accusations are justified.

Tech Disruption: How has the As-A-Service Business Model Impacted the Labour Market?

By · April 2nd, 2018

Due to the impact of globalisation many companies are outsourcing their IT departments in order to remain competitive. But how will this shift affect employees in the IT workforce? Callum Filshie explains.

Sticky business

By · March 30th, 2018

Amy Pereira discusses the not-so-sweet side of the maple-syrup industry.

Going global: Why exporting services is key to Australia’s long-term growth

By · March 22nd, 2018

Lemia Bickalo discusses why exporting services is the key to Australia’s new road to prosperity.


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