Many South African business leaders blame economic exclusion on the government and unionists.
A change of attitude which comes with some deep introspection by South African business leaders can help address some of the country's key socioeconomic challenges.
Business school fortunes are connected to London finance.
Of all the university departments, business schools could be the worst affected by Brexit. But it doesn't have to be all bad.
India’s GST still needs to pass some check points but it promises economic reform.
India stands to economically benefit from the introduction of a Goods and Services Tax. Australia could also cash in.
The RBA has cut rates to try and stimulate inflation and growth.
Economists are divided on whether the latest interest rate cut to 1.5% was needed, as the RBA tries to boost inflation and growth.
A national minimum wage can address South Africa’s inequality.
Establishing a national minimum wage in South Africa will benefit the country by addressing working poverty and high levels of inequality.
South Africa’s economy isn’t growing. Solutions are within its grasp.
The South African Reserve Bank has forecast zero percent growth for 2016. Some urgent steps are needed to get the country out of this hole.
Are we slaves to futile endeavour?
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Work, consume, die. The relentless drive for improvements in our workplaces brings unexpected costs.
Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull and Treasurer Scott Morrison should be pleased with the strong GDP figure, released during the election campaign.
The adverse impact of the resources bust is still there, but the figures suggest the economy tracking at or above its potential.
A new deal for the people as well as the state?
Grand plans designed to reduce reliance on oil will struggle to create an economy which helps all the Kingdom's subjects.
Moves to measure country progress in other ways to GDP are on the rise. Here's how happiness researchers are changing the game.
Laying the groundwork. Workers prepare for this week’s meeting.
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The world economy needs China, but Beijing has needs of its own. No wonder the leadership is putting so much effort into a year of negotiation.
Australia can balance energy, water and food needs with the environment.
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We have all the tools to achieve economic growth and environmental sustainability - we just have to choose to use them.
Is Britain offering enough protection for its diverse pool of small businesses?
A new Tory government, but true-blue business owners might be feeling short-changed.
Hard hat area. Osborne will struggle to sell his version of growth.
An economic recovery underpinned by household debt is storing up problems for an ideological chancellor.
There’s only one of them.
How can we live within the means of our planet? Almost all environmental literature grossly underestimates what is needed for our civilisation to become sustainable.
Blessed are the bean counters? New investment in Greece could drive development.
Investment for profit and development should lie at the heart of a solution for the imbalances in Greece and Europe.
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The Liberal Democrats' commitment to austerity will help cut the deficit, but likely come at the expense of growth.
Not entirely convincing.
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With the most rapid deficit reduction programme, the Conservatives will struggle to achieve economic growth
Plaid Cymru will appeal to voters who oppose austerity.
Plaid's numbers on growth add up, but their policies could end up costing the taxpayer.
All bark no bite? Green shoots of growth hide risks as well as opportunities.
Not too long ago, cynics were wondering if David Cameron’s fears over the global economy were a ploy to shift blame for any flaws in the UK’s performance as we near the May 2015 general election. However…