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Should Aussie workers be worried about their productivity?

Should Aussie workers be worried about their productivity?

Last Thursday the AFR published a piece titled, "No wage rise without productivity: IMF".  If you're an Australian worker and you started to read the above AFR article, you'd quickly get the impression that Australian workers should increase their productivity...

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10 Questions for Sam Dastyari on power

10 Questions for Sam Dastyari on power

Labor senator Sam Dastyari made the statement this week that there is something "fundamentally wrong and rotton" with the influence corporate Australia has over the Australian political process, while speaking at a Pub in Canberra. From SBS: Labor senator Sam Dastyari...

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Negative Gearing: Friend or Foe?

Negative Gearing: Friend or Foe?

Source for above is here. Recently Domain published a comment piece by Jamie Alcock, associate professor in Finance at the University of Sydney Business School, titled, "Busting the five myths about negative gearing". The first issue with the article is the lack of...

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Bob Day sells out on home ownership

Bob Day sells out on home ownership

The following letter to the editor was sent to the Australian Financial review on the 24th September 2014 regarding "Housing worse with no negative gearing". In his maiden speech, Senator Bob Day correctly stated, “if every family had a job and owned a house, the...

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A submission to the financial systems inquiry

A submission to the financial systems inquiry

This submission is written with the intent of making a constructive contribution toward the Financial System Inquiry terms of reference points 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4 as well as two interim report observations which are 'Stability - Addressing too big to fail' and...

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policy manifesto

  1. Index ministers wage to a fixed multiple of full-time earnings (private sector earnings)
  2. Abolish negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount
  3. Home ownership target of 60% (i.e. 6 out of 10 households have paid off their mortgage)
  4. Reform fractional reserve banking
  5. Only Australians shall own Australian land and houses
  6. Zero population growth
  7. Legalise cannabis for recreational use
  8. Aim for 100% sustainable energy
  9. Maintain minimum level of production in Australia in the event of supply chain disruption (eg Covid-19 & PPE )
  10. Productivity per capita per hour in top three in the world

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