CPD fellow Steve Keen will join Bernie Fraser and Gary Weiss for the first Fabian forum of 2009 in Sydney. The forum will ask the question: “The Global Financial Crisis: How bad will it get?”
CPD fellow Steve Keen, author of ‘Deeper in Debt: Australia’s addiction to borrowed money’ will speak at an event hosted by progressive think tank Per Capita in Melbourne on Friday March 14.
CPD fellow Fred Argy, author of ‘Australia’s Fiscal Striaghtjacket‘, discussed the downside of tax cuts on ABC Radio, November 15.
In his new discussion paper for the Centre for Policy Development, Fred Argy demolishes eight myths underpinning what currently passes for “fiscal conservatism” in Australia. The view that neither taxes nor public debt levels should ever increase is lazy and… more
Australians are addicted to debt but we can’t afford to keep borrowing at current levels forever, according to a new report by Centre for Policy Development fellow Dr Steve Keen.
Australians are addicted to debt but we can’t afford to keep borrowing at current levels forever. ‘Deeper in Debt’ is CPD fellow Steve Keen‘s analysis of Australia’s looming crisis in housing affordability and private debt.
Have the actions of the US Federal Reserve calmed the volatility of the global debt market or signalled a much greater problem? Justin O’Brien assesses the implications of re-pricing the securitisation of risk.
Borrower blindness and confusion over the difference between real and nominal interest rates have contributed to Australia’s heavy debt burden, writes Ian McAuley. But education alone won’t be enough to change consumer behaviour – changes on the supply side of… more
Join Ian Dunlop, Dr John Buchanan and Dr Steve Keen tomorrow from 1-2pm as they don their stethoscopes, diagnose the diseases and scribble out some prescriptions for lasting economic health. But will Australiaâ€™s political parties take their medicine? Moderated by… more