• 4 keys to post-pandemic leadership

    Christian Harrison     |      November 7, 2021

    Leadership is a personal journey and business leaders need to commit to developing their own skills. No one is perfect or has all the answers, but good leaders should not be afraid to fail.

  • The economic wisdom of King Solomon

    Richard Holden     |      November 5, 2021

    Good people are still able to make bad decisions, and so research into ways to systemise better decision making through ‘implementation theory’ is proceeding apace.

  • Technopopulism – The new logic of democratic politics

    Ben Wellings     |      November 2, 2021

    Christopher Bickerton and Carlo Invernizzi Accetti describe, define and diagnose what they consider to be a new logic of democratic politics: the merging of populist and technocratic modes of governance that they label ‘technopopulism’.

  • Carbon politics over policy

    Michelle Grattan     |      October 27, 2021

    Scott Morrison’s new carbon plan seems more about appeasing his critics on both sides of the political spectrum than actually committing Australia to the battle against climate change.

  • Watching the watchdogs

    Yee-Fui Ng     |      October 21, 2021

    Many current COVID-19 recovery plans are not compatible with the Paris Agreement on climate change and will have long-term health implications, according to a global report featuring Australian authors.

  • Albanese needs to walk the talk on Labor’s integrity issue

    Michelle Grattan     |      October 15, 2021

    The Labor leader has campaigned relentlessly against the government on a range of integrity issues and so to soft pedal on his party’s own ‘branch stacking’ scandal smacks of double standards and a failure of leadership.

  • Ed Husic’s address to the 2021 GAP Summit

    The Honourable Ed Husic MP     |      October 12, 2021

    Ed Husic, Labor’s Shadow Minister for Industry and Innovation, addressed Global Access Partner’s 2021 Summit on the New Normal on 8 October.

  • What now for Federal Labor?

    Paul Strangio     |      October 12, 2021

    Anthony Albanese is more popular than some of his predecessors, but voters also don’t have a clear sense of who he is and what he offers.

  • The lucky country no longer?

    Tom Westland     |      October 5, 2021

    The economic and social effects of the pandemic, and measures taken to combat it, have exposed weaknesses and fault lines which must be address in the post-COVID recovery.

  • A question of integrity

    Andrew Goldsmith     |      October 4, 2021

    Are anti-corruption commissions, and their role in rooting out political wrong-doing, set to come under new attack in Australia?

  • How will Gladys be remembered?

    David Clune     |      October 2, 2021

    Gladys Berejiklian will be remembered as premier of NSW for her resilience, level-headedness, crisis management skills, and administrative competence — and, of course, the ICAC investigation that toppled her.

  • Revitalising Australian democracy

    Tom Gerald Daly     |      September 15, 2021

    Today’s “International Day of Democracy” and Joe Biden’s forthcoming Summit for Democracy should prompt a greater focus on renewing Australia’s democratic system.