The ACT’s 2021-22 budget provides some notable spending on health, education and infrastructure but little in the way of post-lockdown support for business.
Last year saw record-high capital being raised from listings of special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Here's how it could play out in Australia.
COVID-19 has triggered a global debt binge, sparking concerns about the effects of debt on our long-term economic future.
Most economists agree that the gulf between rich and poor has widened as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic, raising concerns about a "K shaped" recovery.
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Western Australia’s 2021-22 budget affirms that its pandemic lock out approach and record high iron ore prices helped the state post one of the world’s strongest growth rates last financial year. But labour shortages will act as a drag on the economy until its borders re-open.
Governments and organisations are considering measures to supplement the commonly used Gross Domestic Product (GDP), to provide a more holistic picture of economic health.
The OECD/G20 inclusive framework has recently made progress towards addressing the tax challenges associated with digitalisation, with more than 130 jurisdictions committing to a joint solution on corporate taxes.
Many scientists warn that COVID-19 will not be the last or the worst pandemic of our lifetime. Is there a way to pandemic-proof our economies? Three experts weigh in.
Investment bubbles are by no means a recent phenomenon, but the influence of social media on the herd instinct can have a crippling effect when the bubbles burst.