The government has released a review of the employment services system. The scathing indictment has found the current system doesn’t serve the interests of jobseekers or employers.
Australia’s clean energy transition cannot succeed unless the government opens debate and decision-making to many more voices.
How does Australia’s health care system compare to our peers in the OECD? Here we highlight five charts showing Australia’s relative performance.
If Canada wants to fix its reputation for being weak on corruption, it needs to confront the harms associated with globalization and bring multinational corporations under democratic control.
The forum is also critical of Australia on several other fronts, including income support for the unemployed, job market flexibility and the recognition of trade qualifications.
With commercial space tourism on the rise and NASA planning to return to the Moon, you might think the US space economy is booming – but the data paint a more complex picture.
Some western companies have continued operating in Russia since it invaded Ukraine, while others have left the country altogether.
Canada needs to improve the way we work. Improving our productivity ranking will take years, but by taking steps in education, in the private sector and in government, we can achieve national wealth.
Rather than ending the race to bottom from international profit shifting, the Australian government’s proposed 15% tax rate is likely to entrench it. Here’s why.
A major international report says the “disciplinary climate” in Australian schools is among the “least favourable” in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The UK can count asylum seeker housing for 12 months as international aid.
Amid further strain on public funding, we ask: What’s the future of the welfare state in developed and developing nations?
Region-level data from France indicate that some masters-level specialities dominated by women have low levels of remuneration once in employment.
Australian Steve Keen is one of 26 distinguished economists taking issue with the OECD’s Australian head Mathias Cormann. He explains why.
At the right moment, Australia’s Reserve Bank would be wise to stop taking its lead from the US – holding interest rates here steady, even if they’re still rising overseas.
Fossil fuel subsidies from major economies nearly doubled in 2021, reaching almost US$700 billion. Here’s how Australia stacks up.
Why tax cuts are unlikely to help Britain address its current crises.
Compared with other OECD nations, Australians pay much less tax than some headline statistics suggest.
A less inclusive approach may be the most practical.
A new study adds up the potential legal and financial risk countries could face from hundreds of agreements, like those under the Energy Charter Treaty.