The Economics of Compulsory Voting

The Economics of Compulsory Voting

The long lines, annoying party workers and the smell of a democracy sausage are experiences that united every adult Australian less than two short weeks ago. We might not have all been happy about it: but we had to go through the ritual. After spending eternity in a...
It’s Time for a Broader Economics Education

It’s Time for a Broader Economics Education

Let’s be frank – we have rather a few issues which need to be addressed. Whether it’s growing inequality, shrinking social mobility or environmental degradation, our collective prosperity depends upon the ability of our young economists to pragmatically address the...
A CBA into My Health Record

A CBA into My Health Record

It is often said that the true mark of adulthood is when you realise from this point onwards that you’re now in charge of organising all of your appointments. And yes, this includes ringing them up to book an appointment (as daunting as many of us might find that)....
Free Trade – The Beginning of the End?

Free Trade – The Beginning of the End?

By Caelan Rafferty Trade liberalisation in its amorphous forms has dominated both popular media and thought over the last decade, having engendered significant shifts in global perceptions regarding the transfer of goods and services worldwide. The institutions and...

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