Business & Economics

Commentary
1 May 2015

Women and gender relations are missing from most authoritative texts on management. What has gone wrong?

Research
30 April 2015

While technology and innovation are transforming Australia's economy, they are also the solution to the country's workforce and growth challenge, argues this report.

Research
30 April 2015

This report examines how effective Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) system is.

Research
30 April 2015

While the NSW economy is currently in a relatively strong headline position, largely off the back of the housing market, other areas of the State economy will need to perform over the longer run...

Research
29 April 2015

This paper finds that net rental loss, which is effectively the value of negative gearing, is not spread equally across electorates.

Commentary
28 April 2015

Negative gearing is a means of avoiding tax in Australia and New Zealand.

Research
28 April 2015

The combination of negative gearing and the capital gains tax (CGT) discount is distorting the Australian residential property market, encouraging speculative behaviour and being
used by...

Research
27 April 2015

As house prices in Australia have increased, concern has been expressed about the ability of young Australians to attain home ownership.

Research
27 April 2015

This report argues that reforming the pension could deliver income gains of more than $5,900 a year to almost 98% of pensioners. These reforms would also reduce the cost of the pension by $14.5...

Audio
24 April 2015

Over the past couple of years, the wages tide has gone out, with major implications for living standards and the Federal Budget.