A torrent of economic data emerged yesterday to suggest the stagnating economy is at risk of turning into something worse.
Crikey readers discuss the latest Folau blowup and question whether the issue is worth giving oxygen to, while elsewhere readers dissect the challenges of Josh Frydenberg.
The mantra of successive Treasurers on our ageing workforce has been population, participation and productivity. But what if we were too successful in addressing them?
Australia's stagnation will continue unless governments take clear steps to address it. At the moment neither the government nor Labor are facing it.
Crikey readers on productivity growth, superannuation and Brexit.
Our pursuit of 'population, participation and productivity' has created a strong economy. But it doesn't necessarily create a strong society.
Crikey readers discuss Barnaby Joyce's threats to desert the Coalition, and Josh Frydenberg's big economic problem.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has acknowledge that Australian business would simply waste tax cuts on share buybacks and increased dividends. But he's otherwise not sure how to raise our flagging productivity.