Democracy Sausage: Trade-offs and troubles in the Australia-China relationship

Yun Jiang
Jane Golley
Marija Taflaga
Mark Kenny

Economics and finance | Australia


Australia’s relationship with China continues to deteriorate, whether that’s through inflammatory tweets or trade troubles. And while there may be bipartisan support for Morrison’s response to the latest Twitter provocation, what is the government’s end game in its relationship with China?

55 minute listen

Read more

Podcast: The wellbeing economy – a healthier human future

Sharon Friel
Sharon Bessell
Arnagretta Hunter

Economics and finance | Australia


The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how deeply interconnected health and economics are. But can policymakers put health front-and-centre of economic conversations beyond the pandemic? Joining us on this episode of Policy Forum Pod to discuss health, equity, and the wellbeing economy is Professor Sharon Friel.

61 minute listen

Read more

Navigating Australia’s annus horribilis with David Speers

David Speers
Mark Kenny

Government and governance | Australia


What has 2020 taught us about Australia’s political leadership? From the devastating bushfires that affected so many in the early part of the year, to the states leading the charge on border closures to tackle the coronavirus, this year has seen dramatic challenges and some difficult choices from the country’s leaders. Insiders host David Speers joins Mark Kenny to take a look back at the year in politics.

45 minute listen

Read more

Back to Top