Businesses can now pass credit card surcharge fees along to their customers. To help businesses predict how consumers will react to credit card surcharges, behavioural economics offers some answers.
The pandemic has led some people on working holiday visas to apply for permanent residency, while others are going to stick out their two years and head home.
This is a system that will likely become even worse given the impact of Brexit and the backlog of cases created by the pandemic.
A scholar of how leaders communicate offers five key traits CEOs should use when communicating with their workers about coronavirus.
Recent revelations about the lack of privacy protections in place at the companies on Libra’s foundation raise concerns about how much trust users can place in Facebook’s new cryptocurrency.
Alarm bells should ring over a global currency that is run by an exclusive club that serves its investor-owners, not the public good.
Introducing yet another special agricultural employment visa might destroy the good things about the ones we’ve got.
The free movement of people between African countries could facilitate economic development.
A scholar explains why the president’s plan to overturn his predecessor’s rule would be a big mistake and disproportionately harm women.
A recent ban on charges for paying by credit or debit card could open the door to legal action for surplus fees paid in the past.
The introduction of an African passport has the capacity to bring about increased migration of Africans within Africa.
By abolishing the 457 visa program the government has targeted a fraction of the problem, leaving the bulk of the temporary migrant labour force unchanged.
Changes to the way tourists on the Working Holiday Maker visa are taxed will deter them and may put more pressure on labour shortages.
A recent decision by the Indonesian Immigration Office is set to present challenges to the widely practiced, and popular, ‘visa run’ renewal method.
Today marks a milestone in our transition to more secure electronic payments, yet the costs and benefits are not what they seem.
For sub-Saharan Africa to benefit fully from its growing economic ties with China both parties need to change their behaviour and attitude.