An economic blueprint for South Australia from more than 35 years ago shows that government and business leaders were concerned we might become a "stagnant backwater". Did South Australia act on their recommendations? You be the judge.
Growing unemployment and miniscule wage growth is spurring populist economic prescriptions across the globe. However, argues economics commentator Richard Blandy, political promises to redistribute income can only be a short-term fix unless underlying problems are addressed.
The state Budget has sent a chilling message to successful businesses in South Australia, argues economics commentator Richard Blandy.
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.
South Australia will need to foster billions of dollars of new investment in its economy if we hope to keep pace with Australia and other advanced economics, writes economic commentator Richard Blandy.