Our series produced in collaboration with the Sydney Policy Lab.
The Future of Power is a 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.
More insights on power and inequality
The pandemic has pushed millions out of the global middle class and increased the number of poor.
Is a gender-lens on public policy needed to ensure an equitable future of work?
As we enter the new Asian century, what will the choppy waters of globalisation hold?
What chance does a political party promising to radically reduce home prices to improve affordability have of getting elected?
There is a growing lament in Australia that politicians let us down. But the lesson from the pandemic is that we, the people, have the power to change our economy and politics for a better future.
Prior to COVID-19, there were concerns about achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, a worry that has been clearly exacerbated by the pandemic.
Will women gain the economic benefits post-COVID-19, or will recent efforts to promote gender equality be undone?