In response to growing calls for environmental investment to combat Australia's carbon crisis, The Australian government has announced an 'investment roadmap' to support this sector, whilst providing fiscal stimulus to equally support economic recovery
Outlining the payment scheme and criteria of the JobKeeper extension
explores the impact of Australia's renewable energy policy plans.
Now more than ever, the economy demands strong and quick policy responses from economic leaders. How does the idea of 'jawboning', an unconventional form of monetary policy, fit the brief for delivering these fast policy impacts?
Outlining the rationale behind the Australian government's targeted education and training program.
Exploring the rationale and effects of cash rate decisions in the current economic climate.
This article explores the implementation of a rather aggressive defence strategy from the Australian government, in response to growing geopolitical tensions.
JobTrainer is the newest addition to the Australian government's holistic fiscal policy response to drag Australia out of a COVID induced recession - How will this expenditure address unemployment and economic growth, and how will it facilitate restructuring in the domestic economy?
The implementation of quantitative easing for the first time in Australia.
A discussion of the impacts of the proposed increase to the GST.
A discussion on the implications of the 2020 increases in the National Minimum Wage and Award Wages.
How has Australia's use of microeconomic policy supported productivity, efficiency and competitiveness?
An overview of the impacts of the early access superannuation scheme.
How the government is reacting to a reduced ability for households to pay rent and purchase homes during COVID-19.
This article explores how the effectiveness of monetary policy in recent times has been questioned, with its limitations increasingly at play.
This article explores how changes in the cash rate impact the exchange rate, and what this means for our economic fundamentals.