This week The Australia Institute made headlines with a report claiming the nation's corruption (or perception thereof) has cost us $72 billion since 2012. We put the question to TAI's research director Rod Campbell: are we really that dodgy?
Australia has plenty of cheap gas. The problem is private companies are selling it all overseas, writes principal adviser at The Australia Institute Mark Ogge.
How a process called "aggregated demand response" could work in Australia, writes Dan Cass, strategist at The Australia Institute.
If taxes were now what they were during 2008-09, there would be no deficit, writes The Australia Institute executive director Ben Oquist.
If the Coalition is serious about creating jobs and growth, it needs to dump the rhetoric about "living beyond on our means," writes Richard Denniss, chief economist at The Australia Institute.
We have been relying on outdated and inappropriate techniques for measuring emissions from CSG, writes principal adviser at The Australia Institute Mark Ogge.
Phasing out coal production would have a negligible impact on our economy, writes director of research at The Australia Institute Rod Campbell.
New research shows that Australians want the Senate to block cuts to renewable energy research and development. Researcher at The Australia Institute Tom Swann writes that the government is backing a loser in R&D funding.