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The Money looks at Australia and the world through an economic lens. It explores how economics influences everything else.

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    • Общество и культура

The Money looks at Australia and the world through an economic lens. It explores how economics influences everything else.

    Energy and capacity mechanisms; the RBA interest rates and jobs and insurance companies and online data

    Energy and capacity mechanisms; the RBA interest rates and jobs and insurance companies and online data

    Energy capacity mechanisms, what are they and what are the concerns about them and why is the Australia's Institute Polly Hemming slightly optimistic about Australia's future climate and energy policies? Jobs, jobs, jobs and 270,00 missing ones. Economist Isaac Gross with the ALP's Andrew Leigh have analysed the RBA's use of interest rates over the last twenty years. This monetary tool hasn't always worked as it should. And we all know big brother is watching what we're doing online. But how does this affect the insurance products, policies and costs that are being offered to us? Zofia Bednarz from the University of Sydney's Law School discusses why it needs to be considered and better regulated.

    • 28 мин.
    Consumer sentiment, the cost of gun violence in the US and the price of vegetables

    Consumer sentiment, the cost of gun violence in the US and the price of vegetables

    Interest rates are rising and not just in Australia. So how do people feel about the economy and their own financial situation? Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, talks about consumer sentiment. The tragedy of gun violence in the US is impossible to measure, but what about the economic cost? Ted Miller from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation has been crunching the data with a price tag of $557 billion based on 2019 figures. And what factors are contributing to the skyrocketing prices of our daily greens? Supply chain expert, Flavio Macau from the Edith Cowan University's School of Business and Law helps us digest why certain vegetables have become top shelf expensive.

    • 28 мин.
    Energy costs, monetary policy and who is the better economic manager

    Energy costs, monetary policy and who is the better economic manager

    The Grattan Institute's director of energy, Tony Wood, provides his analysis of this week's energy minister's meeting and why an integrated energy and climate change policy is critical.

    • 28 мин.
    RBA review; infrastructure spend and improving public service delivery

    RBA review; infrastructure spend and improving public service delivery

    Twelve of Australia's prominent economists penned an open letter to the new Treasurer Jim Chalmers about what they want to see in the promised review of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Renee Fry-McKibbin, Professor of Economics at the ANU's Crawford School of Public policy and interim director explains why this review is so important to get right.

    • 28 мин.
    A new government and a new approach to climate and industrial relations and a re-set on global trade

    A new government and a new approach to climate and industrial relations and a re-set on global trade

    We have a new government so where does it stand on the big issues like climate and industrial relations? Anna Skarbek, CEO of Climateworks Centre discusses the targets and policies but also how much more needs to be done and Andrew Stewart, Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide talks through the challenges the government has with rejuvenating enterprise bargaining mechanisms for pay rises as well as other policy commitments. And have we reached the limits of global trade liberalisation? The Financial Times, global business columnist, Rana Foroohar explores what might come next and whether we need to fix the WTO.

    • 28 мин.
    Federal election and what isn't being discussed and red book, blue book

    Federal election and what isn't being discussed and red book, blue book

    It has been a very long election campaign so is it possible there are areas that haven't been discussed by the major political parties? Richard Holden, Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales Business School and Danielle Wood, economist and CEO of the Grattan Institute reflect on the policies and economics that have been forgotten.

    • 28 мин.

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