Join us for pizza, wine, and a meaty discussion around the latest economic hot topic: universal basic income. When? 6pm, Wednesday 30th October Where? Prosper Australia HQ: Level 1, 64 Harcourt St North Melbourne Leading the discussion this month...
Victoria's Big Build: How the heck are we going to pay for all this? Wednesday, September 25th, 6pm The Kelvin Club, 14-30 Melbourne Pl, Melbourne We've tallied it up, and Victoria's transport infrastructure bill is looking like $100 billion....
Join Prosper Australia and renowned economist Professor Frank Stilwell for our 128th Annual Henry George Dinner on Wednesday 4th of September. We will be exploring the theme Land, Labor, and Capital: Understanding economic and social problems. This...
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