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Thomas Piketty searches for the dynamics affecting the democratic response to rising inequality.

Latest News

'Neoliberalism': what's in a word? 29 Mar 2018
Daniel Rodgers sparks a debate over the linguistic omnivore of our times.
Is Trump right about 'free trade'? 29 Mar 2018
Jim Stanford outlines the issues.
It’s time for a Human Rights Act 16 Feb 2018
We must do more than protect religion, insists John Menadue.
Keating & his caucus 16 Feb 2018
Jim Snow recalls the party room during Paul Keating's government.
Missing: $13.4bn in tax 15 Feb 2018
Hundreds of corporations pay no tax, reports Emma Alberici.
Parasitic health funds 14 Feb 2018
Private health insurance is a con job, says Ross Gittins.
The cutting edge of inequality 14 Dec 2017
Christopher Sheil has a quick look at the most rigorous report ever.

Papers

Tony Jones on Lionel Murphy, ASIO & Croatian fascism 5 Apr 2018
Paul Lynch reviews the first novel by the host of the ABC's Q&A.
Change the rules 29 Mar 2018
Sally McManus at the Press Club: it's time to join the union.
Where have we come from and where to next? 26 Feb 2018
Tackling inequality is absolutely central to good economic policy, argues Wayne Swan.
How to deal with the past? 16 Feb 2018
Danielle Celermajer looks into the meaning of national apologies.
The compassionate city 16 Feb 2018
We shape our cities, and our cities shape us, says Jenny Donovan.
The 1917 General Strike 16 Dec 2017
Lucy Taksa draws out 1917's lessons for today.
Universal basic income? 5 Dec 2017
The fight is there to be won, concludes Tim Dunlop.