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The biggest news of the week was the gyrations in the US stockmarket. And the proximate cause seemed to be what one might think of as good news – average hourly earnings for workers in the US rose 2.9% for the year to January.
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One of the big political fights in 2018 is going to be over company tax reform: who actually pays the tax and who benefits from its reduction.
The World Economic Forum's annual meeting in the Swiss resort town of Davos has become a bit like the Academy Awards. There are lots of celebrities and lots of publicity, but there are legitimate questions about the substance of the whole enterprise.
Research shows that tax cuts lead to increases in corporate investment. But analysis of Australian companies' financial statements shows this increased investment could be rather small.
The OECD ranked Australia last when it comes to collaboration between businesses, universities and publicly funded research organisations. Indeed, only 5% of all Australian businesses have any engagement with our universities.
The Australian economy begins 2018 exactly where it ended 2017, with a mixture of positive and troubling signs
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If 2018 pans out like some of the early commentary suggests then we're in for a rough year.