A proposed new approach to integrating green principles in South Australia's economic strategy will lead to continued low growth and unemployment, writes economics commentator Richard Blandy.
The federal budget marks a return to big government in Australia with a likely cost to both jobs and growth, writes economics commentator Richard Blandy.
The State Government's electricity plan will come at a high cost to South Australian taxpayers and could threaten investment, argues economics commentator Richard Blandy.
Recent statistics reveal a worrying picture of the declining South Australian economy, writes economics commentator Richard Blandy.
In this detailed explainer, former essential services commissioner Richard Blandy sets out why South Australia's power bills are so high and warns that some of the touted solutions to the problem could lead to an economic catastrophe for the state.
Thirteen years ago, one of the state's first Thinkers in Residence warned that, in Adelaide, "life is quite pleasant, but the young, gifted and talented are leaving". Economics commentator Richard Blandy writes about that report's findings, and argues they are still relevant today.