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Vale Bob Hawke: 1929 - 2019 17 May 2019
Bob Hawke was a key to the establishment of the Evatt Foundation.
Start in the labour market 2 Nov 2018
Yes, to tackle inequality we must change the rules, says Jim Stanford.
The fading fair go 2 Nov 2018
Is the fair go gone forever? Garry Barrett and Stephen Whelan find hope.
Tackling inequality 11 Oct 2018
John Graham introduces the publication of the 2017 Evatt NSW Parliament Lecture.
Liberals plumb the depths 27 Aug 2018
Government's support collapses, reports Michelle Grattan.
What, me stupid? 30 Jul 2018
The Nine Network shows its form.
Paul Keating on Nine's takeover 27 Jul 2018
Keating warns that the pus will leak into Fairfax, reports Michelle Grattan.
CEO pay skyrockets 20 Jul 2018
Man trousers $36 million a year for selling pizzas!
Aspiration & inequality 30 Jun 2018
Evatt editorial
Is Australia a wealthy country? 20 Jun 2018
What do we mean when we say Australia is a wealthy country?
OECD meets Piketty 20 Jun 2018
Capital's high returns imply an alternative economic narrative, says Ronald Janssen.
Australia's rich to get richer 10 May 2018
The Budget will boost inequality, as Robert Tanton and Jinjing Li explain.
Classes & politics 2 May 2018
Evatt editorial.
Inequality round-up 1 May 2018
News on inequality in Australia and elsewhere in 2018 (so far).
Brahmin Left vs Merchant Right 11 Apr 2018
Thomas Piketty searches for the response to rising inequality.
'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.
Why not protect all our rights? 12 Dec 2017
Elizabeth Evatt reflects on religious freedom and same-sex marriage.
What use the Nobel? 11 Dec 2017
Tim Wright hopes the prize will compel Australia to rethink its stance.
Amazon's IR 5 Dec 2017
Sarah Kaine and Emmanuel Josserand consider the implications.