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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.

Do we need a global minimum corporate tax?

The global minimum corporate tax theoretically supports countries’ national budgets and creates an equally competitive environment among countries. Lam Do discusses this plan from a variety of perspectives.

African Development Economics Part 2: Continental Collaboration and The Keys to Domestic Success

“Isolating policies and factors that can create a successful economy within any given country is an inherently complex and nuanced problem that evades straightforward or cookie-cutter explanations”. Join ben, in his second article of a two-part series exploring African development economics, as he sets out to analyse several approaches that could contribute to economic success in Africa.

Are Electric Vehicle Subsidies a Good Idea For Australia?

Electric Vehicle (EV) Technology has gained much public attention as an area of significant progress in the global effort to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate climate change. Join Josh as he considers the efficacy of government subsidies to support the uptake of EVs in Australia.

Why we ought to rethink debt

What is debt? David explores debt through a moral and economical lens and its implications on our future society. With discussions about happiness and the innate structural deficiencies in hegemony, David guides us through ‘why we ought to rethink debt.’