A potential crisis in insuring bushfire-prone areas could create a new wealth gap in Australia. The government must step in to prevent it, professors say.
The estimated forward-looking judgements required by IFRS 9's expected credit loss model may present significant challenges as economies navigate uncharted waters.
Global economies are carefully reopening, but most will be operating at 90 per cent of "normality" for some time to come. What does this mean for the global financial ecosystem?
Their professional lives have been thrown into disarray almost as soon as they began, but these Gen Zs have chosen to swim rather than sink.
Supply chain finance offers short-term benefits to small businesses, but experts, who are calling for reform, say the potential risks far outweigh them.
In the face of the pandemic, many governments around the world chose to sacrifice their economies in order to protect the lives of their citizens. Can we expect health to play a bigger role in predicting future economic movement?
As global supply chains are stressed to their limits, calls for a rethinking of globalisation have been getting louder. However, experts say dismantling trade partnerships is not the answer.
For economies that seek to re-boot in the wake of a crisis, infrastructure projects are firmly in the frame, but governments should choose carefully for maximum impact.
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