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What augurs, Frydenberg?

What augurs, Frydenberg?

Photo by Justin Clark on Unsplash The Federal budget is set to be handed down next week and, as usual, we are concerned about the Treasurer pump-priming land markets. As Prosper President, Catherine Cashmore, described in a recent interview with Martin North, the...

The Miracle of the Rentenmark

The Miracle of the Rentenmark

Renegade Economists Show 587 As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 6 - 6.30pm on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Subscribe to the monthly podcast. Show Notes With the corona crash only just beginning economically speaking, we need the best tools available. So we delve...

Tech monopolies and the media

Tech monopolies and the media

Recently Google has issued warnings to its users about proposed laws that would affect how big tech companies do business in Australia - specifically with how they treat news content. The Australian New Media Bargaining Code (NMBC) regulations have received a lot of...

Getting the Stamp Duty transition right

Getting the Stamp Duty transition right

Replacing stamp duty with land tax has the potential, if enacted sensibly, to support budget recovery without impeding economic growth.  The NSW and Victorian Treasurers are to be commended for taking on the challenge of reform. How this switch is implemented is...

Land Positives in Thodey Review

Land Positives in Thodey Review

Prosper Australia welcomes the release of the Thodey Review into Federal Financial Relations. This provides the vision the nation urgently needs for the post-pandemic era. The replacement of stamp duty with land tax is key to assisting the necessary productivity...

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