Prepared for FYA by AlphaBeta.
There is an urgent need to shift mindsets in our approach to jobs, careers and work. New big data analysis provides us with insights into the patterns of skills young people now require to navigate complex and uncertain working lives.
Prepared for FYA by AlphaBeta.
Singapore Business Times by Fraser Thompson & Sacha Polverini.
Digital financial services can be crucial for overcoming the tyranny of geography in Southeast Asia, where traditional financial institutions have found it difficult to build out their footprint in remote areas
Prepared for the Business and Sustainable Development Commission by AlphaBeta.
The food system to 2030 is faced with a number of challenges related to innovation, demand, supply and regulation. A step change in innovation is needed to meet future demand,
World Economic Forum, by Fraser Thompson.
There is a perception that sustainable land use and forest conservation come at the cost of economic prosperity. New research finds that this is not the case.
The Business Times, by Fraser Thompson.
Engagement with Asia has been part of the economic mantra of every Australian government since the 1980s. In that time, Australia’s trade with Asia has soared, but many of those bilateral economic relationships
For FYA by AlphaBeta.
We can no longer delay investing in the future of young Australians. For the first time, big data analysis shows us that the New Work Order is here.
7.30 Report – ABC, Reporter: Hayden Cooper
Andrew Charlton describes China’s economic challenges in five minutes on ABC 7.30. AlphaBeta has been warning that China’s growth was unsustainable since 2011.
Financial Review, by Rachel Nickless.
Business leaders are calling for simpler, consistent rules for employing young people – and a new ‘simple’ award for small business employees – as part of a national response to the worsening youth unemployment problem.
Singapore Business Times, by Fraser Thompson.
Recently, Australia brought its largest ever overseas delegation of businesses to Jakarta as part of the Indonesia-Australia Business Week. It is the latest in a series of actions that seek to build closer economic
AlphaBeta Report by Andrew Charlton.
Imagine that instead of the Reserve Bank of Australia settling a single interest rate for the whole country, each State could set its own rate based on local economic conditions.
AICD International Newsletter & Singapore Business Times by Fraser Thompson.
The substantial devaluation of the Reminbi against the US Dollar and the tumbling Chinese stock market have renewed global concerns that the Chinese economic miracle is coming
The Business -ABC News. Reporter: Michael Janda.
Canada has already slipped into recession. Business reporter, Michael Janda compares two of the world;s most resource dependent developed economics.
7.30 Report – ABC. Reporter: Pat MacGrath.
China could be on course for an economic shock worst than the late 90s one in parts of Asia, and it’s already plunged the Australian share market deep into the red.
Report for FYA by AlphaBeta.
The future of work is changing. It’s a reality governments, industry and communities are all grappling with. The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised concerns regarding fewer working taxpayers to older people
By Andrew Charlton.
Australian companies are on an investment strike that is already making the ASX one of the lowest earnings-growth share markets in the world and threatens to damage long term returns for Australian shareholders.