Yearly Archives: 2020
Interview with ABC PM Radio on compulsory superannuation contributionEconomic Policies, Publications, Topics | 22nd November 2020
Interview with ABC PM Radio on Monday 23rd November 2020 about why I changed my mind about compulsory superannuation contribution
Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-11-21Chart Pack | 21st November 2020
Saul Eslake’s 142 pages weekly Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack: – charts tracking the spread of Covid-19, globally and in Australia, and government responses to it; – the impact on the global economy and major individual economies such as China, Japan, other Asian economies, the US and Europe;financial and commodities markets; – multiple aspects of the...
Tasmania’s Budget Papers are a long way from being “Best in Show”Economic Policies, Tasmania | 19th November 2020
A comparison of the quantity and quality of the information and analysis provided in this year’s Tasmanian Budget Papers with that provided in the Budget Papers of the other jurisdictions which have presented their Budgets in the past few weeks – Western Australia, South Australia, the Northern Territory and (this week) New South Wales, as […]
Panel discussion hosted by the Sydney Business ChamberThe Australian Economy | 17th November 2020
Saul participated in a panel discussion on “The Way Out – the NSW Economy” hosted by the Sydney Business Chamber on 10th November, ahead of the NSW State Budget presented on 17th November, along with Gigi Foster, Professor of Economics at the University of NSW, and Mark Frost, Chief Economist of Business NSW. An edited […]
Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack 2020-11-14Chart Pack | 14th November 2020
Saul Eslake's 142 pages weekly Coronavirus Impact Chart Pack: - charts tracking the spread of Covid-19, globally and in Australia, and government responses to it; - the impact on the global economy and major individual economies such as China, Japan, other Asian economies, the US and Europe;financial and commodities markets; - multiple aspects of the Australian economy, including state-level comparisons, and the policy responses of the Australian and state or territory governments, and the Reserve Bank of Australia; and similar, though smaller coverage of the New Zealand economy.
Saul talks to Tasmania Talks’ Aaron Stevens about the 2020-21 Tasmanian BudgetNews, Tasmania | 13th November 2020
Saul talks to Tasmania Talks’ Aaron Stevens about the 2020-21 Tasmanian Budget Interview recorded on 13th November 2020