There is a need to challenge those who would have us view current economic and social transformation through the lens of generational conflict, writes Per Capita research fellow Philip Taylor.
How did the government's Intergenerational Report ad campaign go from $11 million to $31 million?
How will sales of The Australian Financial Review and The Australian look in 13 years? Let's do the sums, with as much rigour as Joe Hockey applied to his much-touted IGR ...
The intergenerational report is only as good as its assumptions -- and they're not particularly useful, writes executive director of The Australia Institute Richard Denniss.
The government's intergeneration report claims Australia is heading for big economic trouble. But good news! Disaster can be averted if those pesky crossbenchers pass every piece of Coalition legislation.
By turning the Intergenerational report into an attack on Labor, Joe Hockey will wreck the value of a report designed to facilitate sensible long-term debate, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.
The sky is falling! Australia's debt-to-GDP ratio could cross the 100% threshold! Heavens to Betsy! But don't worry, economist Tom Westland has an elegant plan to save the Australian economy.
Rio Tinto's "streamlining" is great for shareholders -- less so for workers. And other business tidbits of the day.