Around a quarter of Australian adults have used a Buy Now, Pay Later service. What does the industry's increasing influence mean for younger and at-risk consumers?
Do activist short sellers actively destroy the value of firm investments, in addition to their role in ‘correcting mispricing / overvaluation’?
Divorce, for most, is an uncomfortable, life-altering experience. What is the impact of divorce on individual stock market trading decisions?
This week: Finfluencers - more and more young people get their financial advice on TiktTok and other social media platforms.
This week: the future of crime and punishment, we discuss the high cost and low returns of punishing white collar crimes with special guest Clinton Free.
This week: we discuss how digital ownership through NFTs creates value and new kinds of assets, and what the GameStop saga reveals about new forms of spontaneous digital organising.
COVID-19 will change the economic and financial order forever. Nine leading global thinkers give their predictions.
In response to COVID-19, the Australian corporate regulator has been changing the focus of its regulatory efforts.
Having survived a near-death experience during the Global Financial Crisis, neo-liberalism now looks to be in a terminal state.
This week: “death and taxes,” the future of retirement and superannuation.
We talk to Dr Iikka Korhonen from the Bank of Finland and Mr Aidan O'Shaughnessy from the Australian Bankers' Association about the challenges of the international banking system.