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Penalty rate cuts will boost inequality, not employment 7 Apr 2017
Public letter from over 75 Australian economists.
Tanya fires up 4 Apr 2017
Labor's Tanya Plibersek is provoked on penalty rates in parliament.
A transition to nowhere 4 Apr 2017
Gradualism for penalty rates still leads to a bad place, explains Jim Stanford.
The low-paid work problem 4 Apr 2017
Enough with the failed experiment, says John Buchanan.
We may be at an inflection point 4 Apr 2017
Time for realists to get real about nukes, says Ramesh Thakur.
The Age of Offence 1 Apr 2017
We must refuse to contribute to a populism that feeds on our outrage, argues Ira Wells.
What did the rich man say to the poor man? 31 Mar 2017
New research shows increasing segregation, outlines Bruce Badbury.
Democratising the Euro zone 30 Mar 2017
Thomas Piketty and colleagues discuss the 'T-Dem'.
The vicious cycle of inequality & tax 23 Mar 2017
Chris Doucouliagos can't find an answer.
Hate speech & hate crimes 21 Mar 2017
Nations have no excuse, observes Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein.
Renationalise the grid 6 Mar 2017
Australia’s electricity grid is no longer fit for purpose, argues John Quiggin.
Capital in the 21st Century, the movie 2 Mar 2017
The adaption for the big screen has begun.
Employers' pyrrhic penalty rates win 28 Feb 2017
The economics of the decision are perverse, explains Jim Stanford.
Inequality just got worse 23 Feb 2017
Turnbull must act on penalty rates, demands Ged Kearney.
The Great $5.6m Post Office Scam 11 Feb 2017
Carl Rhodes analyses a jaw-dropping rort at Australia Post.
The IMF & inequality 24 Jan 2017
Is the IMF's direction on the level, or 'organised hypocrisy'?
Anthony B. Atkinson: 1944-2017 15 Jan 2017
Scholars mourn the passing of the groundbreaker.