History has shown that the balance of world power shifts in cycles. In a time of growing geopolitical uncertainty, what can American hyperconsumption and Chinese reinvestment tell us about the limits of economic growth via consumption? Join Felix in this final instalment of his three-part series to explore what the rise of China tells us about world power.
Modern blockchain technology was introduced as a method to securely timestamp digital documents and it has since revolutionised the world of finance and economics. Given the increasing popularity and adoption of these technologies, join David as he dives into the origins of blockchain in this two-part series.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the chief competition regulator of the Government of Australia. Its recent changes urge Australian law to consider the long-term danger to markets posed by mergers that suppress potential competition. Join Max as he unpacks what these changes mean for Australia’s merger control regime.