Eddie Betts’ camp saga highlights a motivational industry rife with weird, harmful ideas, according to academics engaged in the industry.
Tony Wood, the program director for energy at the Grattan Institute, argues that the government has most of the tools it needs to keep the price of gas from getting out of control.
After holding together for decades, the post-war administrative and legal construction of unemployment is failing us, argues Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the La Trobe University School of Law.
Australia is investigating a digital currency, or e-dollar, but its benefits seem slight and the risks to privacy large, writes Nafis Alam the Head of the School of Business at Monash University.
Centre-left parties in Australia, New Zealand and the UK have some common challenges which have resulted in a scant ideological platform, argue Rob Manwaring, Charlie Lees and Grant Duncan.
Cut yourself and others some slack, says Maroš Servátka from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, there needs to be more room to make mistakes and learn from them.