Not only is degrowth is not the same as negative GDP growth, it is actually better for the planet.
Three forces are pulling down ESG’s once-rapid rise in the investment world.
The numbers seem to be going in the ‘right’ direction for the Fed to pull off a soft landing – and avoid a recession – but the picture remains murky.
The Fed’s decision to raise rates is likely to put more pressure on regional banks, which will make it harder to avoid a recession.
The Conversation’s 29-member panel expects very weak economic growth and recessions in much of the rest of the world, but there’s good news down the track for Australians’ buying power.
UK policymakers and industry need to set their sights on the long-term picture to boost productivity and help grow the economy.
Amid further strain on public funding, we ask: What’s the future of the welfare state in developed and developing nations?
Alan Shipman, The Open University; Aymen Smondel, Université Côte d’Azur; Bhima Yudhistira Adhinegara, Center of Economic and Law Studies (CELIOS); John W. Diamond, Rice University; Luis Garvía Vega, Universidad Pontificia Comillas; Mohamad Hassan Shahrour, IAE Nice - Université Côte d'Azur; Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, and Wayne Simpson, University of Manitoba
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Psychological and social perspectives on economy that were developed by 19th-century philosophers can help us re-imagine economics with a human face.
Public spending cuts and the soaring cost of living will not only affect people lives now, but could trickle down through generations.
Americans are saving just over $2 of every $100 in disposable income after setting aside historically high amounts of cash during the pandemic.
Although many say the economic outlook for next year appears bleak, there is room for optimism.
Usually when jobs and wages are rising, it’s a good thing, but right now they may signal higher odds of a nasty recession – and Americans aren’t ready for it.
Emerging economies such as Brazil, Egypt, India, and Indonesia are vital global players. Saving them from possible debt default may improve the world’s resilience against the looming global recession.
A new survey suggests three ways consumers are behaving like the US economy is in crisis, which may become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Japan was one of the world’s largest ivory markets – research explains why the country is no longer a key destination for the product.
A new pan-European research project shows that it’s correct in some areas but completely wrong in others.
The Fed is also beginning to reduce its massive balance sheet, which is beginning to cause disruptions in the $24 trillion Treasury market.
Policymakers were too complacent about inflation, and the global economy is paying the price. Australia’s resources mean it is better placed than most.
A redesigned furlough scheme could support people and businesses during the recession without burdening future taxpayers.