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Australia's trade negotiating strategy fundamentally flawed

Australia is entering another round of negotiations towards the new and controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership.


What Brisbane's ferries can teach us about funding public transport

Traditional funding sources are becoming inadequate to meet public transport demands in Australian cities


How trade agreements are locking in a broken patent system

Australia has long had low requirements for obtaining patents


Entrepreneurs can help bring new thinking to manufacturing

If international comparisons are anything to go by, Australia has more than its fair share of entrepreneurs.


Australian industry must shift its narrow approach to innovation

Australian businesses tend towards technology-driven innovation and efficiency-driven innovation


Why our kids are sending the future of tobacco brands up in smoke

Smoking rates among 12- to 24-year old Australians fell from 15% to 11% in the two years following bans


Long-term growth is the victim of short-term buyback schemes

When time enters the picture, individuals and firms suddenly become either too impatient or too patient.


What behavioural economics tells us about financial adviser greed

There's no doubt incentives matter for financial advisers.


Building big: does Australia need a global infrastructure hub?

Infrastructure investment is failing to attract the funding it needs to support global growth.


What a Scottish 'yes' vote would mean for Australian markets

A "yes" vote to Scottish independence on September 18 would mean a great many things for Scotland

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