Recreating the energy market
Energy is an essential service, but is it accessible, equitable and affordable for consumers?
Business and economy
Growth, capital and human potential all come together in the world of business to create and drive innovation. At Monash we believe in the transformative power of economic growth to improve the world.
Professor (Research), Centre for Health Economics
Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer, Monash Business School
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics
Professorial Fellow, Business and Economics Faculty Office
Professor, Econometrics and Business Statistics
Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics
PhD Candidate, Centre for Health Economics
Associate Professor (Research), Centre for Health Economics
GST increase on the cards?
Governments will rely on taxation to repair the fiscal damage wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and that will likely mean a GST rise, even if there are better, but politically unpalatable, alternatives.
The struggles for small business
Without policies to address the core needs of small business, Victoria's second wave of COVID-19 restrictions will be a killer blow.
The flaws in sexual harassment laws
Unlike workplace safety laws, there's nothing in place that requires employers to take action to identify the risk of sexual harassment.
The pink-tinged recession
The mental health of young women is far more sensitive to unemployment than the mental health of young men.
Finding order among the chaos
The COVID-19 crisis has provided an opportunity to test investment tools devised to take into account the long-term impact of climate change on markets.
COVID's big hit to the AFL
It’s hard to fathom the long-term financial and social impacts that the COVID-19 crisis has wrought on the national AFL competition.
Hidden household energy poverty
Many more households face financial hardship and discomfort at home this winter, as we physically self-isolate from work, family and friends due to COVID-19.
Financing the COVID-19 fiscal response
The price tag is massive, and growing rapidly, but there's a radical path forward through monetising government debt.