Even though house prices have risen substantially over recent decades, housing affordability for those with mortgages or own their houses outright hasn't worsened
Labor's plan to axe franking credit refunds has reignited debate over the income and wealth of older Australians.
When it comes to incomes, millennials in Australia haven't fallen behind.
There are about 2,000 billionaires in the world, controlling over $7.6 trillion. How does that compare to the income of an average American?
To Close the Gap, Indigenous Australians are the experts. Indigenous organisations are more likely to achieve outcomes because they understand local issues and have ‘skin in the game’.
There has been a substantial improvement compared to 15 years ago, when the incidence of poverty among the elderly was 32.4%.
Use our calculator to work out whether you're an "average" Australian where you live.
Treasurer Scott Morrison recently asserted that an increase in profits is a prerequisite for wages growth. But is his position supported by data?
Policymakers can get more for their money when planing incentives for mothers to work.
New research released today by the Grattan Institute shows that income growth and unemployment rates are not obviously worse in regional areas.
Census data shows there is income inequality between, but also within, regions of Australia.
At society's margins, people without access to the mainstream job economy are able to carve out lives rich in other resources and community.
People in some of the most unequal countries in the world think theirs is the paradigm of meritocracy. Can the data help explain this phenomenon?
Data for 2014-15 from the Australian Taxation Office shows inequality is growing in a number of areas.
Many of the claims about the impact of the company tax are overblown, including the government's estimation of how much it would cost.
Analysis shows that rising inequality over the past 20 years makes it harder to increase taxes and makes citizens less willing to pay them.
New ONS data indicate that the UK's poorest households are doing better and the richest are worse off. But this isn't the full picture.
South Africa's proposed national minimum wage must not be seen as a solution for all the country's economic problems but as a floor to protect the most vulnerable workers.
Despite media reports that single parents might find relying on welfare payments more appealing than working, analysis shows they are better off working and more than half in Australia are.
Like in the US and UK, Australian companies should be forced to disclose how the pay of CEOs compares with that of an average worker.