Evatt Journal Vol 15, No. 9, December 2016

With best wishes for the season to all our readers, we report on the AGM and offer some holiday reading and reflections.

News & views

Three landmark 2016 reports

Inequality and productivity, trade, and the national accounts. [read more]

Trade after Trump

How to challenge Trump's ground, by John Quiggin. [read more]

The TPP: Trump is right, & wrong

There's a better approach, argue Elizabeth Thurbon and Linda Weiss.  [read more]


World earnings growth lowest since 2012, reports the UN. [read more]

A tax on CEO pay

Oregan strikes a blow against inequality. [read more]

Chomsky on Trump

The most predictable aspect of Trump is unpredictability. [watch the full interview]

Evatt AGM

President's report 2016

Christopher Sheil review's the year. [read more]

New life members

Jeannette McHugh and Bruce Childs honoured at Evatt AGM. [read more]


Splitting Image

The landmark 1954-55 Labor Party split is re-examined in Arthur Gietzelt's posthumously published account. [read more]

The Wealth of the Nation

Evatt's new report on inequality is now available for purchase. [read more]

The Tolpuddle Martyrs

The perfect gift for anyone who supports the labour movement. [read more]

Moving in the Open Daylight

The inspiring story of an Australian at the UN. [read more]

Other Info

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