At a deeper level we face a paradox, that a crisis situation needs fundamental reform but it is also a difficult environment to achieve that reform in.
Australia needs a rebound in economic activity, and productivity gains to bring us out of the recession and a major impediment to driving our economy is unequal gender workforce participation.
Dr Brendan Rynne, KPMG Chief Economist, responds to RBA economic forecast Following detailed analysis of the Victoria stage 4 lockdown, KPMG has reviewed its central case scenario for the outlook…
Edward Alfred Evans AC – Ted Evans – has rightly been acknowledged in the press as a great Australian.2
The JobKeeper scheme is progressive in that it benefits the low-paid or stood-down worker relatively more and is aligned with the notion that members of the community need to support each other along the path to physical and economic recovery.
Provision for retirement is an issue that affects all of us, but on balance the female half of the population has more to worry about than the other.1