Once a niche market, sustainable finance is now expanding and accelerating, yet too few universities have committed their finance programmes to these issues. The time has come for change.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Clive Hamilton and Richard Rigby on Chinese influence in Australia.
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The Australia-China relationship is again in the headlines, with reports of strains between the two countries, resulting in federal ministers who want to visit finding it hard to get visas.
A recent study suggests that divesting in fossil fuels not only allows investors to address their climate change concerns, it also reduces financial risks and increases financial returns.
Co-ownership of real estate through digital platforms can be a risky and potentially costly business.
A massive rural on-grid electrification programme in Rwanda has delivered considerable benefits. But is it the most sensible way to deliver power to remote areas?
Research on the impact of corporate tax cuts reaches different conclusions, depending on the time and place it looks at.
The European Investment Bank's funding of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline will harm the climate and makes little financial sense.
South Africa's obsession with nuclear energy under the leadership of President Zuma, is dangerous.
Futures trading is driving up the price of Bitcoin but institutional investors remain cautious.
The astronomic rise of the price of bitcoin over the past 12 months raises fears that the cryptocurrency is set to crash which could see many people lose money.
Academics deliver their verdict on Philip Hammond.
Research shows that 'impact investing' not only delivers good financial returns, but it supports a great many social and environmental programs in Australia.
Too much money, too few targets. Is the golden child of the 1980s starting to look long in the tooth?
Softbank has become one of the biggest global names in tech. The story of its founder and CEO Masayoshi Son offers some prescient insight in how to navigate highly competitive global markets.
A new division tasked with delivering the country's economic goals should be the first step.
Years of political instability and economic mismanagement under the rule of ZANU-PF have left Zimbabwe’s financial system in chaos. The country is living on borrowed time and borrowed money.
People aren't the perfectly rational, number-crunching risk-takers that traditional theory suggests. Research shows a whole variety of factors feed into risk-taking.
Its been 13 years since Mauritius introduced codes of corporate governance for listed companies with mixed results. Its experience is useful for other developing countries looking to do the same.
The UK's biggest industry is poised to lose a big chunk of its (human) workers.
South Africa should look towards inclusive growth to push back the growing levels of poverty within the population.