TV, Radio and Print Media
Federal taxpayers forking out $10billion for WA GST dealAustralian Society and Politics, News, Recent Media Interview | 17th March 2022
Saul talks to Perth radio 6PR’s Oliver Peterson about the Morrison Government’s changes to GST revenue sharing arrangements, 17th March 2021
The Reserve Bank’s balancing act on interest ratesNews, Recent Media Interview, The Australian Economy | 16th March 2022
Saul talks to Gareth Hutchens of the ABC’s ‘The Business’ program about the challenges posed for the RBA by rising energy and food prices
Saul Eslake expects more petrol, super pain if war worsensNews, The Australian Economy | 25th February 2022
Saul talks to Sean Ford, Launceston’s The Examiner, 25th Feb 2022 FEBRUARY 25 2022 – 3:00PM Saul Eslake expects more petrol, super pain if war worsens Sean Ford Share prices and superannuation balances will fall further and oil prices rise again if the Russia-Ukraine conflict worsens, economist Saul Eslake expects. “The most obvious consequences seem to have […]
The importance of improving educational participation and attainmentEducation, News, Recent Media Interview, Tasmania | 24th February 2022
Saul Eslake talks to Tasmania Talks’ Mike O’Loughlin about the importance of improving educational participation and attainment if Tasmanians are to achieve sustainably higher real wages.
Saul talks to Tasmania Talks’ Mike O’LoughlinHousing, News, Recent Media Interview, Tasmania | 7th February 2022
Saul talks to Tasmania Talks’ Mike O’Loughlin about Tasmania’s economy both before and after the re-opening of the state’s borders on 15th December last, and about the downsides of the ongoing rapid escalation in property prices in Tasmania.
Housing prices, housing affordability and home ownershipAustralian Society and Politics, Economic Policies, Housing, News, Recent Media Interview | 11th December 2021
Saul talks to Linda Mottram, presenter of ABC Radio‘s “This Week” program, about rapidly rising house prices, housing affordability and home ownership, on Saturday morning, 11th December.