Bernard Keane October 16, 2017 28 Comments
The problems of our failed electricity market are the same problems that crop up time and again when market economics is applied to crucial services.
Bernard Keane September 26, 2017 7 Comments
A new International Monetary Fund paper expands the view of what used to be the temple of international neoliberalism that inequality is growing, and dangerous.
Bernard Keane September 15, 2017 23 Comments
After two years in power, it's not clear what Malcolm Turnbull stands for. And that's not entirely his fault -- the world has dramatically changed since September 2015.
Bernard Keane September 14, 2017 13 Comments
The US, the UK, France, Canada, New Zealand, even Japan -- wherever you look, wages are stagnant. And that's terrible news for neoliberalism.
Bernard Keane September 13, 2017 3 Comments
Once feared by governments, mining multinationals are now discovering that the growing hostility to neoliberalism has left them exposed.
Bernard Keane September 7, 2017 16 Comments
Let free markets and private capital operate unencumbered by regulation, the right demands. Until, um, free markets produce results they have an ideological problem with.
Bernard Keane August 8, 2017 16 Comments
The mining lobby wants a new round of punitive industrial relations reforms, at a time when real wages are falling in the sector and productivity booming. But that's the way neoliberalism operates.
Bernard Keane July 27, 2017 15 Comments
The complete refusal of business to accept that its neoliberal agenda is dead is increasing the risk that progressive reform is replaced with something far more dangerous.
Helen Razer July 25, 2017 11 Comments
Inequality has reached a crisis point in Australia, no matter your definition. The poor can't afford homes or electricity, and something has to be done.