Perils of place: identifying hotspots of health inequality


by Stephen Duckett

Australia’s health system is consistently failing some parts of the country. It’s time for a new, targeted approach.


25 April 2016

Hot property: negative gearing and capital gains tax

Reforms to negative gearing and capital gains tax would save the government about $5.3 billion a year and improve housing affordability without significantly hurting incentives to save. Change is long overdue.


18 July 2016

Who is affected by the Turnbull government’s proposed superannuation changes

Coalition members meet today in Canberra to consider proposed changes to superannuation. A few facts may help them decide.


19 July 2016

Is Australia keeping up? Science and technology graduates and the workforce

Science and technology have transformed the world, and will continue to do so. But there is widespread concern that Australia is not keeping up. Join Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel, Grattan’s Andrew Norton and ATN’s Renee Hindmarsh to discuss these issues.


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