Adam Rorris ponders the welcome problem of quickly spending $14.7 billion in schools
Miriam Lyons looks at the future of Freedom of Information reform now that John ‘the hipster’ Faulkner’s eagle eye is gazing elsewhere.
The love of money may not be the root of all evil, writes Ian McAuley, but it certainly warps our understanding of real wealth
The Opposition is doing better in the polls lately, but is its actual performance improving? James Arvanitakis rates the Opposition’s performance on three policy challenges
A bit of negative stereotyping is a long way from the racial discrimination we really need to confront, contend James Arvanitakis and Antoinette Abboud
Lindy Edwards looks at what the Rudd Government’s budget choices mean for the future of income redistribution
Who would have thought that three weeks ago when the International Monetary Fund was announcing its latest downward revisions of its forecasts for the impact of the global financial crisis that a two day gathering… more
Mark Davis questions the future of neoliberalism with some lessons for the new progressive politics.
Labor’s proposed changes to superannuation are a small step in the right direction, explains CPD fellow Ben Spies-Butcher.