July 16, 2018 | 06:56 PM



Does behavioral economics show people are altruistic or just confused?

Behavioral economists have revolutionized the standard view of human nature.


The true state of Queensland's economy, without the spin

Queensland election is going to be very much about economics - and jobs in particular.


How's this for fundamental tax reform? Target the rentseekers

There has been a lot of talk about whether or not corporate Australia is paying their fair share of tax.


Penalty rates and their role in Australia's cash economy

Using cash is not illegal for companies who use this method for convenience and to save money on electronic overheads.


Years on, ASIC still grappling with swap rate fixing scandal

The wheels of justice grind exceedingly slow and nowhere slower than in the Sydney headquarters of the ASIC


Why gas isn't the answer to falling commodity prices or employment

The large Queensland LNG projects currently under construction will begin production over the next two years.


Big accounting firms taking the lead on sustainable development

Accountants around the world are currently considering how the organisations they work for can meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.


Dark pools don't deserve shady reputation

Dark pools are growing in popularity and now account for more than 15% of total trading in some stock markets.


Huge Russian rate hike plays roulette with the economy

The rouble has now lost well over 50% of its dollar value since the year began.


Why the federal budget is not like a household budget

Treasurer Joe Hockey is experiencing difficult times.

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