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
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?
With developing countries now accounting for three quarters of new COVID-19 cases, what should businesses be doing?