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UBI: A Radical Fringe Theory or a Pragmatic Path Forward?

The promise of Universal Basic Income (UBI), as popularised by Andrew Yang’s 2020 US presidential candidacy, has been the subject of widespread debate in recent years. Join Henry, as he provides an insight into the rationale behind this lucrative concept in public policy, and discusses its potential implications for the Australian economy.

Why Public Spending does not Stimulate the Economy

By Collin Li

A common misconception is that increases in government spending will stimulate the economy. The logic offered to support this argument often describes how government spending will end up being paid as income to either business owners or workers,

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