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How can we redefine and redistribute wealth? By Cilla DeLacy

It seems the great equalisers throughout history, in regards to wealth distribution, have been two world wars and the Great Depression according to Picketty’s latest work and as seen in Read More

16 Oct 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

What would a high quality China free trade agreement look like? By Penny Wong

Australia risks signing up to a sub-standard free trade agreement with China because the Abbott Government is more interested in the politics than in the economics of trade. Tony Abbott is Read More

15 Oct 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

“Get out of the way” is no substitute for economic policy By Tom Skladzien

The Australian economy has entered its 23rd year of expansion, an achievement that is almost unsurpassed in our economic history. But this expansion has also seen record levels of inequality develop, Read More

13 Aug 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

Where will the jobs come from? By Jenny McAllister

In Vanity Fair in 2012 Professor Joseph Stiglitz reflected on the prolonged economic downturn in the United States, comparing it with the Great Depression. He argued that in both cases, Read More

17 Jul 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

Joseph Stiglitz points the way to Labor’s future By Dennis Glover

First published by the Australian Financial Review.  Recently a friend showed me the template of a graph currently circulating within one of Australia’s best-funded think tanks. It was titled “Framework for Read More

15 Jul 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

Stiglitz broadens the horizon By Allison Orr

Economics can be a pretty dry pastime. Economists are in the business of looking at numbers and making sense from them. But numbers can't tell a story or inspire people; Read More

08 Jul 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity

In conversation with Joseph Stiglitz and Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen By Chifley Research Centre

The Chifley Research Centre hosting Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz in conversation with shadow treasurer Chris Bowen and Chifley Research Centre Executive Director Michael Cooney on the economic perils facing Read More

02 Jul 2014 in Inclusive Prosperity
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  • Cameron Clyne

    Cameron Clyne is the former CEO of National Australia Bank and now chairman of advisory firm Camel Partners and a

    Catherine King

    Catherine King is the Shadow Minister for Health and Member for Ballarat.

    Cilla DeLacy

    Cilla has 20 years’ experience in public policy and corporate strategy across the water, land use planning and environmental management

    David Coats

    David Coats is in Australia as a Visitor at the Chifley Research Centre. He is a research fellow at the

    Gabrielle Kuiper

    Dr Gabrielle Kuiper has a background in science, sustainability and urban planning. She was previously Senior Adviser, Climate Change, Energy

    Erinn Swan

    As Deputy Digital Director I look for new and better ways to tell stories online. When I'm not doing that

    Jim Chalmers

    Jim Chalmers MP is Shadow Minister for Finance, and the federal Labor Member for Rankin. Prior to his election

    Linda Tirado

    Linda Tirado is a completely average American. She also has good rants about how much it sucks to be poor

    Michael Cooney

    Michael is a former Executive Director of the Chifley Research Centre. He was previously Speechwriter to Prime Minister the Hon

    Paula Matthewson

    Paula Matthewson is a freelance communications adviser and writer on politics. She was media advisor to John Howard in the

    Terri Butler

    Terri Butler is the federal Labor Member for Griffith, Queensland.

    Tim Kennedy

    Tim Kennedy is national secretary of the National Union of Workers, organising for secure jobs and a fair Australia.


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