Governments and economists might finally be realising that excessive stimulus creates and exacerbates recessions
Rent controls are an example of government intervention in order to fix the problems caused by previous government interventions
Using debt-fuelled spending to drag forward consumption is counterproductive in the long term, it leads to stagnation, not innovation.
Governments and central banks have embarked on a journey with no clear idea of where they are going, here’s five ways it could end
It’s relatively easy and common for politicians to walk away from a financial mess, which makes corporate and personal debt a better investment than government debt.
The decision to ban commissions on only some listed securities encourages dodgy advisors to provide suboptimal advice.
The changes to insolvency protections will allow the weakest business to accrue liabilities and inflict greater losses on their employees and suppliers.
Australian government bonds are very unlikely to reproduce the great returns of 2018. Here’s some low risk alternatives with a much better return outlook.
Recent articles arguing against austerity lack logic and economic analysis. This article demonstrates why austerity is the better long term prescription.
Many are calling for increased income support for society’s poorest. A jobs guarantee could be beneficial for unemployed, employers, taxpayers and society.