What are the megatrends that shape our future?
A global study of 117 cities finds Australian capitals have fairly poor access by car. Public transport, cycling and walking access isn’t as good as in Europe and China.
This week: what do cabbages, eyes, cows and electric vehicles have in common? Stories of innovation and emerging industries on The Future, This Week.
Will vengeance watching save the Chinese cinema industry, or will decreasing growth continue as consumers move to streaming platforms?
An employee, not a contractor: unfair dismissal ruling against Deliveroo is a big deal for Australia’s gig workers
The Fair Work Commission’s ruling that delivery rider Diego Franco was an employee of Deliveroo is a major legal win for Australia’s gig workers.
This week: Basecamp banning employees having political and societal discussions at work points to new challenges for leaders deciding what their business stands for.
The latest from the COVID-19 business impact dashboard
China is moving on
In this special report, China’s path through COVID-19 and beyond into economic growth.
Emerging innovation with cabbages, eyes, cows and EVs on The Future, This Week
The business of bees on The Future, This Week
Politics at work on The Future, This Week
Crime and punishment on The Future, This Week
AirTags and suburban retrofitting on The Future, This Week
Hybrid work on The Future, This Week
Unpacking the gig economy impact on The Future, This Week
Coming soon: The Future, This Week Season 9… part 2
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Contact tracing tech
Discover our new resource on contact tracing and how is technology being used to improve it
Our series produced in collaboration with the Sydney Policy Lab.
The Future of Power is a new podcast series of discussions and interviews with thought leaders and acclaimed academics on how the nature of power is changing in the 21st century.
With the rise of a billionaire superclass from the austere remnants of India’s state socialism, how will India handle rising inequality?
Joseph Stiglitz says our rising level of inequality is not the unfortunate by-product of economic development but is the result of deliberate policy choices. Who is making those choices?
Internationally acclaimed US academic and author Jonathan Haidt is warning of a rising generation of social-media addicted, pathologically anxious ‘Gen Z’ youths.